Vintage Map of Berlin 1738

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Seutter’s 1738 colour-coded map and prospect emphasises the military aspect of the new city of Berlin. Straddling the River Spree is the fortress designed in the 1650s by Johann Gregor Memhardt. The castle walls are prominent in the view of the city from the east. The portrait of King Friedrich Wilhelm I of Prussia is surrounded by military trophies, including cannon, standards and drums.

  • Stunning Full Colour Reproduction using the Most Advanced Technology Available
  • Printed on Museum Matte Archival Paper 310gm
  • Unique Conversation Piece for your Home or Business
  • Frame not included
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Seutter’s 1738 colour-coded map and prospect emphasises the military aspect of the new city of Berlin. Straddling the River Spree is the fortress designed in the 1650s by Johann Gregor Memhardt. The castle walls are prominent in the view of the city from the east. The portrait of King Friedrich Wilhelm I of Prussia is surrounded by military trophies, including cannon, standards and drums.

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