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  • Shakespeares Britain - Published 1964

    This elegant and delightfully illustrated map of Shakespeare's Britain shows the settings of plays and various points of interest throughout England, Wales, and Scotland. Published in May 1964, based on John Speed's map "The Kingdome of Great Britaine" from his 1611 atlas "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine."

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  • The Heart of Tourist London - Published 2000

    London offers a feast of attractions within a metropolis of seven million people. A vibrant theater district complements distinguished art galleries and grand museums. A variety of architectural styles and monuments reflects eras of the city's history from Roman outpost to seat of empire to global trendsetter. Explore this great city with this map. Published in June 2000 as half of a two–map set with "A Traveler's Map of Britain and Ireland."

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  • Travelers of the British Isles - Published 1974

    This map of the British Isles contains an abundance of information on a variety of tourist sites and activities. Published in April 1974 to accompany the article "The England of Charles Dickens."

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  • Travelers of the British Isles Theme - Published 1974

    Half of a two-map set, this map of the British Isles provides a large quantity of information about the various regions in England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, and Northern Ireland, and the wonderful tourist activities and historical sites in each. Published in April 1974 with the article "The England of Charles Dickens," this map is a must-have for those traveling to the United Kingdom or Ireland.

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