Antique Eastern Europe Maps
Explore antique maps of Eastern Europe that span from the early 16th century to the 20th century. Our collection includes sought-after maps such as 1574 Byzantium Nunc Constantinopolis by Braun and Hogenberg. It depicts the ancient city of Constantinople with fine historical details. You'll also find maps from great cartographers such as Munster, Ruscelli and Johann Baptist Homann that cover the vast expanse of Eastern Europe including Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, European Russia, Yugoslavia, Belgrade, Bosnia, Croatia (Zagreb), Slovenia, Hungaria and Austria (Vienna) with highly detailed place names, geographic features and areas of historical significance. Whether you're looking for depictions of the Eastern Roman Empire or want to find a gift for someone interested in their Eastern European heritage, New World Cartographic has something for you.