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British Admiralty Chart of the eastern Aegean Sea, south of the entrance to the Dardanelles, including the island of Tenedos (Bozcaada) and Besike Bay.

First published in 1877 from the survey by Commr. T. Graves, HMS Beacon in 1840. This is the new edition of 1916, corrected to 1947.

Tenedos was a key island in the Trojon Wars and has been a major pawn in Greco-Turkish politics for hundreds of years. It is considered one of the most beautiful islands in the world. It dominates the southern approach to the Dardanelles and the gateway to Istanbul and the Black Sea. Strategically important.

 

Paper Size. 860mm x 685mm.

Some creasing and fold lines not affecting the chart.

[TURKEY] CAPE ESKI STAMBUL TO KUM KALE ... ADMIRALTY CHART.

AU$195.00Price
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