Gorgeous map of Lithuania, with parts of Poland, Prussia, Ukraine and Belarus, published by Gerard Mercator.
This is one of the maps which includes Gerhard Marcator's name as the map maker. Extends from the Baltic, including part of Prussia, to the Carpathian mountains at the headwaters of the Vistula in the southwest, confluence of the Bug and Dniepr Rivers in the Southeast and the headwaters of the Volga in Belorus. The map is centered on Lithuania and shows many cities, towns, rivers, mountains, forests, lakes, etc. From the 1623 Latin edition of the atlas.