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Expeditiën naar Bali in 1846, -48, -49 en -68

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Map of Bali, with five inset maps showing locations of Dutch military interventions on the island from 1846 to 1868. Troop positions and Balinese defences—barricades, moats—are marked, along with terrain, roads, palaces, temples and villages.

Kaart van de residentie Oostkust van Sumatra

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Detailed topographical map of the east coast of Sumatra, spread over 36 sheets. The area’s farms are listed and shown on the map within yellow borders, with types of crop grown. There is a detailed plan of Medan, and five inset maps of other towns.

Java

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This detailed late 19th century map shows Java divided into regencies, and features mountains, land and sea routes, and an inset map of the port city of Batavia (Jakarta). It was designed to be folded within book covers so it could be easily carried.

Java

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This detailed late 19th century map shows Java divided into regencies, and features mountains, roads, railways, and rivers. There is also an inset map of the port city of Batavia (Jakarta).

Kaart van de residentie Oostkust van Sumatra

event1889

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Detailed topographical map of the east coast of Sumatra, spread over 34 sheets. The area’s farms are listed and shown on the map, with types of crop grown. With five inset maps of individual towns. Two sheets and the cover sheet are missing.

Kaart van de residentie Oostkust van Sumatra

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Detailed topographical map of the east coast of Sumatra, spread over 36 sheets plus a cover sheet of the whole area. Mountains and forests dominate, with villages, routes and administrative borders shown. With five inset maps of individual towns.

Algemeene kaart van Nederlandsch Indië

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A late 19th century map of the Dutch East Indies on four sheets, detailing maritime routes around the region. There are also inset maps showing railways, rivers, roads, and telegraph systems, as well as individual islands and cities.

Nederlandsch Oost-Indië

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This detailed map of the Dutch East Indies in the mid-19th century contains a great deal of information: topographical details, settlements and administrative areas, roads, railways and maritime routes, telegraph lines, inset maps etc.

Kaart der Residentie Soerakarta

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Map of the Dutch colonial administrative region (residency) of Soerakarta (Surakarta, Java). Inset map of Surakarta city, with a military fort and two palaces. (From ‘Algemeene Atlas van Nederlandsche Indie [General Atlas of the Dutch East Indies]’.)

Kaart der residentie Soerakarta

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The residency of Soerakarta in Central Java is shown divided into regencies (yellow borders) and districts (blue borders). There is an inset plan of the capital city, Soerakarta (modern Surakarta), and mountains and land routes are marked.

Ile de Baly ou petite Java

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Amongst the mountains and jungles of mid-18th century Bali, this map shows three royal palaces, walled encampments, towns, and seven Buddhist temples (or ‘stupa’) on the east coast. Inset illustrations depict a palace and a temple in detail.

Das eyland Baly oder klein Java

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Amongst the mountains and jungles of mid-18th century Bali, this map shows three royal palaces, walled encampments, towns, and seven Buddhist temples (or ‘stupa’) on the east coast. Inset illustrations depict a palace and a temple in detail.

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