|There has always been a great need among serious philatelists for important historical and contemporary maps. You will find this page to be a very comprehensive web links resource for thousands of important cartographical productions over the past six centuries.|
For Example, click on the
images below to see full views of just a few of the
important maps available to you from the Library of Congress...
The Western Hemisphere - 1562
John Smith's 1606 Map of Virginia
The Agnese World Atlas, 1544
Merriwether Lewis Annotated Map 1803
The Bend of the Missouri River - 1798
University of Texas' map library collection with its World Map Collection.
One of the most important map sites on the Internet.
Graphic Map's Free Cliparts of thousands of different kinds of maps
National Geographic Society's Map Machine Atlas. Maps both political and physical
Yahoo's Regional: Countries with lots of map links
The very helpful City.Net Find a Map.
World Travel Atlas per country.
Swiss Earth and Moon Viewer
Time Warner's Pathfinder Magellan Maps for all countries. Also includes travel information.
The Virtual Tourist II Map with tourist resources and maps.
Xerox PARC Map Viewer: World . Satellite views that let you zoom in anywhere on the globe.
CIA World factbook all countries. Central Intelligence Agency
Photographs of Europe. Oxford university
University of Texas' map library collection of Map_collection/Europe/
Virtual Tourist - Europe
Travel guide and active map for the UK.
European Home Page
European Union Home Page
A UK street map site.
University of Texas' map library collection of Commonwealth maps of Eastern Europe
Maps of countries in Eastern Europe. Good overview.
Russian sensitive map. (Useful but sometimes hard to access.)
Albanian country map also includes some of the surrounding regions.
An important map over the Baltic states including Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.