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Austrian Empire of 1856

GENERAL-KARTE DES OESTERREICHISCHEN KAISERSTAATES

MIT EINEN GROSSEN THEILE DER ANGRENZENDEN LÄNDER

SEINER KAISERL. KÖNIGL. APOSTOLISCHEN MAJESTÄT

FRANZ JOSEF DEM ERSTEN

KAISER VON OESTERREICH, &. &. &.

IN ALLERTIEFSTER EHRFURCHT GEWIDMET.

IM K. K. MILITÄRISCH_GEOGRAFISCHEN INSTITUTE

durch Hauptmann Josef Scheda des k. k. Ingenieur-Geografen-Corps. Abtheilungs_Chef im obigen Institute. Ritter mehrerer hohen. Orden, Besitzer der grossen goldenen Medaille

für Kunst und Wissenschaft von Oesterreich, Preussen, Hannover und Sachsen. Mitglied des geografischen Vereins zu Berlin und Darmstadt, bearbeitet und herausgegeben.

1856


Roughly translated:

GENERAL MAP

OF THE

AUSTRIAN IMPERIAL STATE

WITH LARGE PORTIONS OF THE ADJACENT COUNTRIES

ITS IMPERIAL ROYAL APOSTOLIC MAJESTY

FRANZ JOSEF THE FIRST

EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA, &. &. &.

IN ALL-DEEPEST REVERENCE DEDICATED.

IN THE IMPERIAL ROYAL MILITARY GEOGRAPHICAL INSTITUTE

by captain Josef Scheda of the Imperial Royal Engineer Geography Corps. Division Chief in the above institute, Knight of several high orders, Holder of the Gold Medal

for art and science of Austria, Prussia, Hanover and Saxony, Member of the geographical associations of Berlin and Darmstadt, rendered and published.

1856


This map (1:576,000) spans approximately from 5 degrees to 23 degrees 30 minutes east longitute and 51 degrees 30 minutes to 42 degrees north latitude. It is in 20 sections, of about 22 inches wide by 19 inches tall, each section being divided into sis subsections. Each section has a one inch border.


The whole map (notice wall outlet at botton for size comparison
Title page
Close-up of title page
Close-up of Geography gazing on bust of Franz Josef
Close-up of map held by Geography
Captain (later General) Scheda was the cartographer
Statistics for the various lands.
List of the lands.
Wien – Vienna
Ofen – Buda (separate from Pest until 1873), Hungary
Stuttgart (never in Austria)
Venedg- Venice, now part of Italy
Salzburg
Czernowitz – Chernivtsi, now in Ukraine
Hermannstadt – Sibiu – Nagyszeben, now in Romania
Klausenberg – Cluj – Kolozsvári, now in Romania
Kronstadt – Brasov, now in Romania
Lemberg – Lwow – Lvov, now in Ukraine
Mailand – Milan, now in Italy
Mariatheresiopel – Subotica, now in Romania
München – Munich (never in Austria)
Triest – Trieste, now in Italy


Last modified Wednesday, 20-Nov-2002 11:21:10 CST.

GENERAL-KARTE DES OESTERREICHISCHEN KAISERSTAATES

MIT EINEN GROSSEN THEILE DER ANGRENZENDEN LÄNDER

SEINER KAISERL. KÖNIGL. APOSTOLISCHEN MAJESTÄT

FRANZ JOSEF DEM ERSTEN

KAISER VON OESTERREICH, &. &. &.

IN ALLERTIEFSTER EHRFURCHT GEWIDMET.

IM K. K. MILITÄRISCH_GEOGRAFISCHEN INSTITUTE

durch Hauptmann Josef Scheda des k. k. Ingenieur-Geografen-Corps. Abtheilungs_Chef im obigen Institute. Ritter mehrerer hohen. Orden, Besitzer der grossen goldenen Medaille

für Kunst und Wissenschaft von Oesterreich, Preussen, Hannover und Sachsen. Mitglied des geografischen Vereins zu Berlin und Darmstadt, bearbeitet und herausgegeben.

1856


Roughly translated:

GENERAL MAP

OF THE

AUSTRIAN IMPERIAL STATE

WITH LARGE PORTIONS OF THE ADJACENT COUNTRIES

ITS IMPERIAL ROYAL APOSTOLIC MAJESTY

FRANZ JOSEF THE FIRST

EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA, &. &. &.

IN ALL-DEEPEST REVERENCE DEDICATED.

IN THE IMPERIAL ROYAL MILITARY GEOGRAPHICAL INSTITUTE

by captain Josef Scheda of the Imperial Royal Engineer Geography Corps. Division Chief in the above institute, Knight of several high orders, Holder of the Gold Medal

for art and science of Austria, Prussia, Hanover and Saxony, Member of the geographical associations of Berlin and Darmstadt, rendered and published.

1856


This map (1:576,000) spans approximately from 5 degrees to 23 degrees 30 minutes east longitute and 51 degrees 30 minutes to 42 degrees north latitude. It is in 20 sections, of about 22 inches wide by 19 inches tall, each section being divided into sis subsections. Each section has a one inch border.


The whole map (notice wall outlet at botton for size comparison
Title page
Close-up of title page
Close-up of Geography gazing on bust of Franz Josef
Close-up of map held by Geography
Captain (later General) Scheda was the cartographer
Statistics for the various lands.
List of the lands.
Wien – Vienna
Ofen – Buda (separate from Pest until 1873), Hungary
Stuttgart (never in Austria)
Venedg- Venice, now part of Italy
Salzburg
Czernowitz – Chernivtsi, now in Ukraine
Hermannstadt – Sibiu – Nagyszeben, now in Romania
Klausenberg – Cluj – Kolozsvári, now in Romania
Kronstadt – Brasov, now in Romania
Lemberg – Lwow – Lvov, now in Ukraine
Mailand – Milan, now in Italy
Mariatheresiopel – Subotica, now in Romania
München – Munich (never in Austria)
Triest – Trieste, now in Italy


Last modified Wednesday, 20-Nov-2002 11:21:10 CST.

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