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Scottish Maps

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Those interested in maps of Scotland would find it worthwhile to visit the National Library of Scotland’s web page on maps. The site includes pdfs of all 9 issues of its publication Cairt, an 8 page newsletter that covers all things related to Scottish maps. The latest issue includes a discussion on Blaeu’s map of Scotland as compared to a similar one by Philip Lea. Also included on the site are links to collections of maps of Scotland, both old and new, as well as libraries, map societies and general map related sites. The Library has its own collection of maps online dating back to 1560.

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