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Map of Sixteenth Century Spain, from the 'Sala delle Carte Geografiche'

by Egnazio Stefano and Danti Bonsignori

Map of Sixteenth Century Spain, from the
Order as handmade oil painting

Map of Sixteenth Century Spain, from the 'Sala delle Carte Geografiche' - Egnazio Stefano and Danti Bonsignori

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English: "Map of Sixteenth Century Spain, from the 'Sala delle Carte Geografiche'" oil on Canvas, location: Palazzo Vechio - Florence.
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Egnazio Stefano and Danti Bonsignori

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