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"Greece" Map vintage poster reproduction 24"x36"

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  • FINE VINTAGE POSTER REPRO ON A HEAVYWEIGHT MATTE PAPER
  • 20 X 30 INCHES IMAGE SIZE
  • 24 X 36 INCHES PAPER SIZE
  • MADE IN USA

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Vintage map of Greece and islands printed on heavy coated stock using fine art "Giclee" style Image 20x30 Poster 24x36

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Shipping Weight 13 ounces
ASIN B00526YBNE
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4 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #1,551,276 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#77,529 in Home & Kitchen > Wall Décor > Posters & Prints

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It is missing about half of present-day Greece, which is fine since it's a vintage map, perhaps trying to represent the region during the 19th century.

HOWEVER, here's where the inconsistency occurs. It shows Zeitoun/Zitouni (present-day Lamia) as the border of Greece. That was correct until 1881. In 1881 Turkey was still considered the Ottoman empire, and only changed to Republic of Turkey in 1923.

So, the Greek border of Zitouni and the official name "Turkey" missed each other by 42 years.
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My son teaches fifth grade in a classical academy and I sent this to him, he loves it and says it looks great on the "Classics classroom" wall!
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Very nice representation. It was a little confusing for my second graders. I wish it was linated to last longer!
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