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    Thailand Expat tomcat's Avatar
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    SEAsia Around 1600

    ...no idea where to put this, but here it is:

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    fascinated by old maps, thanks Tom.
    i love the 'here be dragons' er jungle bits

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    That's funny....China's nine dashes are just below Hainan. How about that ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    China's nine dashes are just below Hainan
    ...probably expandable dots...just add water...

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    Borders are man made, established by political and military victories. A lot changes in 400 years.

    Here's a map of Europe in 1600.


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    ...the Holy Roman Empire was a definite mess; though I've always been fascinated by the Venetian Empire...

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    Nice photo of Wat Xieng Thong in Luang Prabang - I walk past it every day on my way to breakfast in a French cafe. Also Bagaya Monastery in Myanmar - I used to visit it when teaching in Mandalay a few years ago. Nice!

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