Maps of Slovenian and Adriatic Sea regions.
Pay attention on the oldest map in this collection - map of "Pannonie and illyrian provinces" with a whole Adriatic Sea as known back in year 1590 - author of the map is famous cartograph Ortelius.
Author is Belgian cartographer Ortelius (1527-1598), Latin language "lingua franca". Former Pannonia with islands of Hvar, Korcula, Cres..
1642 Istria peninsula
Italian. Unique presentation of Istria: Pula in the east, Rijeka in the north, and west Trieste. Highlight of idyllic Istrian village of Motovun, Piran, Izola
1642 Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Italian. Map east with Slovenian towns Piran, Izola, Koper, Trieste. Towns along the river Soča. Belluno town at the far west.
1642 Gulf of Venice
Italian language. In the east Rijeka and Cres,west over Lake Garda to Milan, north Tyrol, south to Ravenna. Capital Ljubljana is evident.
1679 Parte Del Mare Adriatico
Italian. Very detailed outline of Istria and Central Dalmatia: at east Sibenik with Rogoznica, Kornati, Dugi island, Susak, NW to Lake Cerknica.
1732 Ducatus Carniola
The classic view of Carnioa, inspired by Valvasor "Glory of the Duchy of Carniola". A detailed outline of the world phenomenon Cerknica lake.
1764 Adriatic Sea
French. Including 4 different scales, drawings of seaside towns, islands, anchorage depths, rocks. In the same style by sections whole Mediterranean.
1801 A new map of the circle of Austria
English. Outlined in detail the extent of Austria in the early 19th century. Segment of the British world atlas.
1853 Slovene Land and Regions/Kozler
Slovene regions in mid 19th century, Slovene ethnic boundaries, first time charted name of the symbol of the Slovenes, Mount Triglav
Ground plans of Slovenian capital Ljubljana, dated back to 1826 to 1890. All three maps are in German language, that was official language in Carniola.
1826 Grundriss Laibach
German. Precise indication of the major institutions, markets, streets and churches...
1829 Der Provinzial Haupstradt Laibach
German. Detailed indication of castle hill, and a hill of Šiška, eg. Rožnik surroundings.