Cloppenburg’s Map of Germany from 1630, also encompassing Switzerland, Austria and Bohemia. The upper panel features equestrian portraits of the Holy Roman Emperor and the seven Electors; the side borders have costume vignettes of a noble couple, city dwellers and rustics, with prospects of (left) Prague, Speyer, Nuremberg and Basel, (right) Cologne, Vienna, Regensburg and Ulm. The bottom panel has prospects of Frankfurt, Augsburg, Mentz, Leipzig, Strassburg, Lubeck, Heidelburg, Brunswick, Trier and Hamburg.
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