he land of Cumbria is divided into several baronies, and consists primarily of mountainous terrain. It is of course well-known for its lakes, also known as meres or tarns. This map depicts, with reasonable accuracy, the villages, towns, castles, physical features, magical sites and political boundaries of Cumbria of the 13th century.
This map of Cumbria was created with the help of the following references:
Click on the links below to view a map of Cumbria in either JPEG or PDF format.
Click on the link below to download a PDF version of the map. This is high-res and should print nicely, but is large and requires Adobe Acrobat Reader (freely available for Mac, Windows and Unix) to view/print it. It's a bit small on one sheet of paper, as I designed it to print as a poster. Updated for 2000!
Map of Cumbria created by Patrick Murphy (a Mad Irishman Production).
This page last modified April 18, 2020 10:08 PM
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