A mid-19th century map of the city of Soerabaija (Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia) showing its recently built defences, including the ‘Citadel Prins Hendrik’ fort and a walled moat. Outside the city are villages, plantations and fields.
Kaart van de residentie Kadoe
The residency of Kadoe in Central Java is shown divided into two regencies (yellow border) and 12 districts (blue borders). At the left edge, there are drawings (called elevations) of the side views of the area’s mountains, marked with their heights.
Plattegrond der stad Batavia
A mid-19th century map of the important port of Batavia (Jakarta), with its pier, commercial centre and residential streets. However, the city is also surrounded by villages (kampongs), fields and plantations. An inset map shows Batavia Castle.
Kaart van Soerabaia 1866
This map of the city of Soerabaia (modern Surabaya, East Java) shows the Mas and Pegirian rivers flowing through the city. The military fort and city streets are surrounded by wetlands, fields, plantations and villages. A 1931 reprint of an 1866 map.
Kaart van Soerabaia 1825
This map of the city of Soerabaia (modern Surabaya, East Java) shows the Mas River flowing through the city, with wetlands near the coast, and fields, plantations and villages in the surrounding countryside. A 1931 reprint of an 1825 map.