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Flandria Illustrata is a historiographical and cartographic work from 1641 by the Flemish canon Antonius Sanderus. It contains descriptions of the main towns and villages of the former county of Flanders, in addition to a description of its counts and bishops. Often a map or drawing of a city or village is added. The work had several editions in 1735 and was also published in Dutch under the title Verheerlykt Vlaandre.
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