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Detailed map of the environs of Kazan from the 'Atlas Russicus'
Detailed map of the environs of Kazan from the Joseph Nicolas de L'Isle.
Casaniæ Regnum cum Adiacentibus Provinciis et Parte Fluvii Volgæ.
St. Petersburg: Academy of Sciences, c.1745. Coloured. 495 x 570mm. Split in upper centre fold. The environs of Kazan, at the confluence of the Volga and Kazanka rivers, also marking Nizhniy Novgorod and Samara, published in the first atlas of Russia,



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