You can find on this page the old map of Poland to print and to download in PDF. The ancient Poland map presents the past and evolutions of the country Poland in Europe.

Ancient Poland map

Historical map of Poland

The ancient map of Poland shows evolutions of Poland. This historical map of Poland will allow you to travel in the past and in the history of Poland in Europe. The Poland ancient map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

In 966 duke Mieszko I converted to Christianity and by baptism brought ancient Poland to the community of Western nations. The first coronation took place at Wawel Cathedral in Krakow in 1025 and the Kingdom of Poland began to take shape as its mentioned in the ancient Poland map. The Jagiellonian dynasty phase brought close ties with the Grand Dutchy of Lithuania. In 1385 Lithuania accepted Christianity from Polish hands and Polish-Lithuanian union was formed, which lasted for more than 400 years.

Over time a new threat emerged in ancient Poland. The Teutonic Order directed their campaigns against Lithuania and Poland. In 1410 at the Battle of Tannenberg (Grunwald) the united forces of Poland and Lithuania completely destroyed the Teutonic Knights. It was one of the biggest and most important battles of medieval times as you can see in the ancient Poland map.

The 16th century was ancient Poland “Golden Age”. The Renaissance currents brought about country flourishing, Poland advanced culturally, arts and science developed. Polish astronomer, Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543), formulated the first modern heliocentric theory of the solar system and gave a start to modern astronomy as its shown in the ancient Poland map. While Europe was absorbed with religious turmoil, Poland proclaimed a policy of religious tolerance which attracted many refugees from religious persecution (Christians, Jews, Muslims). The country also expanded territorially.