An edition of cartographic and pictorial sources that enable the reconstruction of the historical topography of pre-modern urban spaces; it contains many historical maps of cities in Russia, East and Southeast Europe.
Among the over 200,000 digitised maps in the Europeana, Europe’s largest online collection of art, culture and science, there is also a large number from and about Russia, East and Southeast Europe.
The Polish electronic library network offers access to over 17,000 digitised maps from libraries, museums and other commemorative institutions. The focus is on maps of Poland and Eastern Central Europe.
The French National Library (BnF) lists more than 62,000 maps from the 14th to the 19th centuries in its digital library. In addition to a search function, the maps can also be accessed by country, with extensive holdings on the country profiles of osmikon.
GeoPortOst offers access to over 900 so-called “hidden” maps of Eastern and Southeastern Europe – map material that was printed in all kinds of publications and, as dependent works, is not included in conventional library catalogues. The special collection of the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS) in Regensburg contains thematic maps on the history, ethnography as well as economic and social conditions of the region.
The index of the topographic map series of the Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe in Marburg contains about 40,000 topographic maps of the historical-geographical area of Eastern Central Europe. A geographical map sheet search makes it possible to search for individual locations and to find all map sheets in which the location in question is located via a coordinate query.
The Ryhiner map collection comprises about 16,000 maps, plans and views from the 16th to early 19th century. Included are historical maps of the whole of Europe, Albania, the Baltic States, Bohemia and Moravia, Galicia, Greece, the eastern Adriatic coast, Macedonia, Moldavia, Walachia, Bessarabia, Transylvania, Poland, Russia, Russian cities, Silesia, Southeast Europe, Ukraine, and Hungary.
Extensive collection of old, digitised CIA maps from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection at the Library of the University of Texas, including maps of Russia, East and Southeast Europe.