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Historical-Topographical Atlas of Silesian Towns

Multimedial urban development

The Historical-Topographical Atlas of Silesian Towns shows the urban development of 34 selected towns within the historical borders of Silesia from the beginning of the 19th to the 21st century. Especially the contemporary map representations, aerial photographs, drawings, photographs, press reports, film clips, as well as the specially compiled growth phases maps provide a graphic insight into the settlement development.

In addition to the bilingual printed volumes with detailed texts on the development of the respective towns, the interactive online version allows a continuous update of the research results.

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The Historical-Topographical Atlas of Silesian Towns is a research project of the Herder-Institut Marburg in collaboration with the Historical Institute of the University of Wrocław, and the map departments of the Wrocław University Library, and the Berlin State Library. The German Research Foundation, the German-Polish Science Foundation, as well as the Hessian Ministry of Labour, Family and Health, and the Saxon State Ministry of the Interior provide financial support to this project.

   

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