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تصویر تاریخی جزیره هرمز
نقشه جزیره هرمز مربوط به دوران افشاریه و پس از دوران صفویه بوده و بنابراین هرمز در اختیار ارتش ایران می باشد. این نقشه در سال 1750 میلادی و توسط جاکوب ون در شلی طراح هلندی کشیده شده‌است. او پس از سفر به عمان به این جزیره می‌آید. نام دیگر جزیره به گفته او موغستان یا موقستان است. در سمت چپ نقشه نام جزیره قشم ذکر شده‌است. در نقشه و در شمال جزیره هرمز، قلعه پرتغالی‌ها دیده می‌شود که در پایین آن میدان اسلحه‌خانه می‌باشد. در بالای نقشه نام بندر عباس یا گمبرون (komrun) آورده شده‌است. نام ایران (Perse) نیز در گوشه سمت راست بالا حک شده‌است. بر روی نقشه خانه، کشتی‌های بادبانی، درختان و دژهای نظامی و غیره دیده می‌شود.
 


This is Schley's magnificent map of the island city of Hormuz in 1750. This strategically important Strait of Hormuz guards the entrance to the Persian Gulf. For centuries Hormuz had been an important stopping point in the shipping lanes from India to Arabia. In the course of its long history, Hormuz was, at various times, an independent state, part of the Arabia, part of Persia and subject to Portugal. Today it is part of Iran. Hormuz is mentioned frequently in literature for its legendary wealth and beauty. This map shows the island and the nearby Persian coast. Offers stunning detail of the city of Jerun, including orchards, the Palace of the King, the church of St. Lucia, various streets, and the great Fortress. No less than 16 sailing ships play the waters. Surrounded by a stupendous decorative border with an architectural motif.
 
This is Schley's magnificent map of the island city of Hormuz. This strategically important Strait of Hormuz guards the entrance to the Persian Gulf. For centuries Hormuz had been an important stopping point in the shipping lanes from India to Arabia. In the course of its long history, Hormuz was, at various times, an independent state, part of the Arabia, part of Persia and subject to Portugal. Today it is part of Iran. Ormus is mentioned frequently in literature for its legendary wealth and beauty. It is named in the works of Milton, Coleridge, Mandeville, and Ibn Batutta, to name but a few.

Our map shows the island and the nearby Persian coast. Offers stunning detail of the city of Jerun, including orchards, the Palace of the King, the church of St. Lucia, various streets, and the great Fortress. No less than 16 sailing ships ply the waters. Surrounded by a stupendous decorative border with an architectural motif. - See more at: http://www.geographicus.com/P/AntiqueMap/Ormus-schley-1750#sthash.SCp4HpIE.dpuf
This is Schley's magnificent map of the island city of Hormuz. This strategically important Strait of Hormuz guards the entrance to the Persian Gulf. For centuries Hormuz had been an important stopping point in the shipping lanes from India to Arabia. In the course of its long history, Hormuz was, at various times, an independent state, part of the Arabia, part of Persia and subject to Portugal. Today it is part of Iran. Ormus is mentioned frequently in literature for its legendary wealth and beauty. It is named in the works of Milton, Coleridge, Mandeville, and Ibn Batutta, to name but a few.

Our map shows the island and the nearby Persian coast. Offers stunning detail of the city of Jerun, including orchards, the Palace of the King, the church of St. Lucia, various streets, and the great Fortress. No less than 16 sailing ships ply the waters. Surrounded by a stupendous decorative border with an architectural motif. - See more at: http://www.geographicus.com/P/AntiqueMap/Ormus-schley-1750#sthash.SCp4HpIE.dpuf
This is Schley's magnificent map of the island city of Hormuz. This strategically important Strait of Hormuz guards the entrance to the Persian Gulf. For centuries Hormuz had been an important stopping point in the shipping lanes from India to Arabia. In the course of its long history, Hormuz was, at various times, an independent state, part of the Arabia, part of Persia and subject to Portugal. Today it is part of Iran. Ormus is mentioned frequently in literature for its legendary wealth and beauty. It is named in the works of Milton, Coleridge, Mandeville, and Ibn Batutta, to name but a few.

Our map shows the island and the nearby Persian coast. Offers stunning detail of the city of Jerun, including orchards, the Palace of the King, the church of St. Lucia, various streets, and the great Fortress. No less than 16 sailing ships ply the waters. Surrounded by a stupendous decorative border with an architectural motif. - See more at: http://www.geographicus.com/P/AntiqueMap/Ormus-schley-1750#sthash.SCp4HpIE.dpuf
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