This historical map of the city of Visby was published in 1750 by the surveyor Johan Fineman. In 1750, Frederick I was King of Sweden, a territory which, including the eastern half of Finland, had a population of 2.2 million.
Map of Visby, 1750
199kr – 319kr
Reprint of historical map of the city of Visby from 1750.
This historical map has been carefully restored by us using advanced digital techniques and is printed in Ångermanland on matt, natural white premium paper in museum quality. Thanks to its certified resistance to ageing, we can guarantee that your print will last for generations.
Frame and passepartout not included.SKU: 8663594 Categories: Historiska väggkartor, Cities, Visby Brand: Allmogens
Your wall map always has some white margin around it. The outer dimensions of the wall map are always the same (21x30, 30x40, 40x50, 50x70, 70x100 or 100x140) but the margin differs slightly between sizes and formats to harmonise with the subject and any framing.
Outer dimensions: 21x30 cmWhite margin: at least 2 cm
Outer dimensions: 30x40 cmWhite margin: at least 3 cm
Outer dimensions: 40x50 cmWhite margin: at least 3 cm
Outer dimensions: 50x70 cmWhite margin: at least 4 cm
Outer dimensions: 70x10 cmWhite margin: at least 5 cm
Outer dimensions: 100x140 cmWhite margin: at least 7 cm
Allmogens was founded in 2015 on the conviction that our history, our heritage, our roots, are worth preserving. In order to finance our independent public education work and bring our history to life, we have been producing reproductions of historical maps - which we have breathed new life into on matt, age-resistant premium paper - printed here in Sweden. Members of Allmogens Friends also get 20% discount on our entire range.