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Schetze van de stad Batavia, voorsteden en Chineesche kamp, dienende ter aanwijzing der rivieren en grachten... moeten worden uitgediept, uitgegraven of gedempt

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Plan of the city of Batavia (Jakarta) and its suburbs. Based on a report on health conditions in the city, it shows where the rivers and canals need to be deepened, excavated or filled in.

Situatie plan van Batavia met desselfs stranden en ommelanden tot de buiten posten Angiol, Noortwijk, Rijswijk, de Kelling , Ankee en de Fluit

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Plan of the city of Batavia (Jakarta) with its suburbs and surrounding areas. Artillery batteries are marked on the beaches, and there is a detailed legend identifying places on the map. This is a copy of an original 1797 map.

Afbeeldinge van 't casteel en de stadt Batavia gelegen op 't groot eylandt Iava-Maior int Coninckrijck van Iaccatra

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A late 19th century print of an earlier plan of Batavia (Jakarta), the main port of the Dutch East India Company's trading network in Southeast Asia. Ships can be seen in the harbour, and the detailed legend lists some of the major parts of the city.

De stad Batavia met derzelver omstreken: Geteekend in 1826

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The city of Batavia (Jakarta) with its port and castle is to the north (right side of the map). Koningsplein (Merdeka Square), a large area of rice paddies, graveyards and villages can be seen to the south (left). Copied from a c.1826 map.

Situatieplan van Batavia desselfs stranden en ommelanden

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Plan of the city of Batavia (Jakarta), its suburbs and surrounding areas, focussing on the river and canal system. This is a copy of an original c.1790 map. The pier has been pencilled in, as it was not built when the original map was produced.

Kaart van het kasteel en de stad Batavia in het jaar 1667

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Very detailed map of the port city of Batavia (Jakarta), with numerous locations listed in the multiple legends. The city’s coat of arms—featuring a sword and laurel wreath—and the Dutch East India Company monogram logo—letters ‘VOC’—are also shown.

[Batavia en omgeving]

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Four sheets from a larger series of maps, showing the city of Batavia (Jakarta, Java). The port, railway network and city centre are shown in great detail. To the west and south of the centre, there are villages, rice paddies, fields and wetlands.

Atlas van Nederlandsch Oost-Indië

eventc.1897-1904

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Very detailed atlas of the entire Dutch East Indies, over 16 map sheets, with a cover and overview map. Includes topographic maps, inset maps of cities and islands, and maps featuring land and sea routes, languages, geology, colonial territory etc.

Kaart van de Hoofdplaats Padang

event1896

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Map of the city of Padang, Sumatra, featuring roads, religious and military buildings, markets, warehouses and factories, and a railway station. Surrounding areas have villages and fields of rice, nutmeg, coconut, bamboo, alang-alang, sugarcane.

Nieuwe kaart van het eiland Java

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Map of Java marked with administrative regions, settlements, roads, mountains and rivers. There is an inset map of the port city of Batavia, with its system of rivers and canals, and its surrounding country with villages, fields and plantations.

Nieuwe kaart van het eiland Java

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Map of Java marked with administrative regions, settlements, roads, mountains and rivers. There is an inset map of the port city of Batavia, with its system of rivers and canals, and its surrounding country with villages, fields and plantations.

Caart en waaterpas van het Moolenvliet beneffens de gooten welke aan de oost en westzijde, hun waater uyt het zelve ontfangen

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This map shows part of the Moolenvliet canal (now known as Batang Hari) that passes through the centre of Batavia (Jakarta). The Dutch colonial authorities originally dug the canal in the 17th century by diverting part of the Ciliwung river.

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