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Historical maps Czech Republic

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Historical maps Czech Republic

Post  Tim Carne on Fri Nov 11, 2011 11:03 pm

Not sure if this has been seen before

www.mapy.cz

This presents you with a modern road map but if you put your cursor over the box Zmentit Mapu and select the right arrow you eventually see the icon for historical maps (Historika).

Within the map area you get Kulm and Austerlitz, Prague and of course this is good for the Austro-Prussian war. Koniggratz is now Hralec Kralove, search on Kralove. Nachod is still Nachod.

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