Classic 3D Charts

Cyprus (B&W)

Cyprus is the third largest of the Mediterranean islands after Sicily and Sardinia. The island measures 240km long by 100 wide. Syria and Lebanon are situated to the east, Egypt is to the south and Greece is to the northwest. The island is dominated by two mountain...

Capri & Sorrento Peninsula

The location for this piece has it all. The picture postcard island of Capri, the charming town of Sorrento overlooking the Bay of Naples, and inland as far as the rugged mountain of Monte Faito. Who wouldn’t wish to visit this beautiful part of Italy’s...

Corfu to Anti-Paxos

Corfu lies in the Ionian Sea and is one of the Ionian Islands. The northern part of the island is adjacent to the coast of Albania at a distance of only about 2km at its closest point. The remaining southern island lies off the north-west coast of Greece. The island...

Sicily

The island is Sicily occupies the entirety of this chart. To the east we get a small glimpse of the Italian mainland from which it is separated by the Strait of Messina which is a distance of only 3km at its narrowest point. Sicily and its surrounding small islands...

Corsica

The title of this chart informs us that it was surveyed by Captain Hell of the French Royal Navy in 1854. There is a wonderful sense of history and appreciation that these timeless charts can still be admired as a piece of artwork. Corsica is the most mountainous...
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