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The popular story concerning the destruction of the Barony of Culbin, in North-East Scotland, is that in one night in 1694 a cataclysmic storm drowned the Barony under a sea of sand. The area never recovered, and over the years came to be known as the Culbin Sands. However, beginning in the...
This paper is a case study of Enlightenment’s cadastral landscape recording exemplified by the General Land Survey, taken by the Russian Empire in the newly acquired region of Latgale (contemporary eastern Latvia) in 1784–1785. The surveyors scrupulously described and showed on maps many natural...
Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century designed landscapes in the Western Central Belt of Scotland are relatively under-represented in the literature, despite this being an area with many estates that were purchased as country seats by wealthy Glasgow merchants in the eighteenth and nineteenth...
We tested to what extent ridge-and-furrow relics can be identified with airborne LiDAR imagery and analysed whether the ridge-and-furrow can provide an archive of historical parcellation dynamics in open strip-fields. Our case study area is the central-eastern Netherlands (Twente; Veluwe) and...
Among the rivers flowing through East Prussia the longest one is the Pregola, whereas Lyna and Krutynia, which are shorter, are significant for the Masurian Lake District. The 99 km-long Krutynia river flows through the Piska Wilderness and the Masurian Landscape Park. The canoe trail is...
In 1925, the rise of Reza Shah Pahlavi’s regime led to the deliberate destruction of Qajar gardens (1785 to 1925), most of which were converted into military bases. A limited number, such as the Golestan Palace Garden, were partly preserved. However, there had been mass destruction of...
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