This map shows Denmark as it was in the 17th Century, thus reaching as far south as Hamburg,
which, along with Schleswig-Holstein and parts of Sweden, was under Danish sovereignty at the time.
Hamburg is one of the towns illustrated at the top of the map, as is Copenhagen and Landskrona.

At the side of the map can be found depictions of various Danish people wearing local dress,
whilst above these are the portraits of King Christian IV and King Frederick III.

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