Croatia (220 Subjects)
Pula in Croatia.
Map of Krk (Vegia), Kres (Cherso), Rab (Arbe) and Pag (Pago) islands, and of the Dalmatian coast, with the cities of Sen (Segna) and Nin (Nona).
Map of Kres (Cherso) and Losinj (Ossero) islands, also charting Istria, and Krk (Vegia) and Rab (Arbe) islands.
Map of Trau island (today historical centre of Trogir city), Čiovo (Bua) island, San Andrea (Svetac) island, and part of Brac (Braccia) island.
View of the fortress of Karin in Croatia.
Plan of the fortress of Duare (Zadvarje) in Croatia.
Map of Scardona (Skradin) in Croatia.
Map of the region belonging to the territory of Duare (Zadvarje) in Croatia.
Map of the fortress of Zemonico (Zemunik Donji) in Croatia.
View of the fortress of Nadin in Croatia.
Map of the outfall of Neretva (Narenta) river.
Plan of Opus fortress in Opuzen, Croatia.
Plan of the fortress of Noiach.
Map of the city of Salona (Solin) in Croatia.
View of Dubrovnik (Ragusa).
View of Graszas fortress in Morlachia, Croatia.
Map of the city of Dernis (Drniš) in Croatia.
Bazaar at Riekka. Fine day.
Map of the city of Knin in Croatia. Plan of the fortress of Knin.
Arch of the Sergii in Pula, Croatia.
Josip Juraj Strossmayer, bishop of Bosnia, founder of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts and major contributor to the reestablishment of the University of Zagreb.
Ante Starcevic, Croatian scholar and politician.
Map of Hvar in Croatia.
Map of Klis (Cloatia), on which the ruins of Salona (today Solin) are noted.
Map of the fortress Makarska in Croatia. The Ottoman fleet trying to re-capture the city from the Venetians after the Battle of Lepanto in 1571.
Map of Trogir in Croatia.
Map of Osor, Croatia.
Map of Pula.