History Day 2021 – Nature in Archives Portal Europe

For #HistoryDay2021, we have digged our archives to find nature-related images. This is really just a fraction of the amazing material available, but hopefully it can serve as an initial guide !










The Private Collection of “Τhe Friends of the Bicycle of Patras Club”, 1988. The first caption is the poster of the Club. The poster is handmade. There is also a brochure and a seal of the Club in question.


A 1952 photo (24-2-1952) of the Organisation of the Green Fest from the Headmaster of the 16th primary School of Patras. During the festivities they have planted 600 plants and trees.

From the Department of GAK Imathia

From the Venetian Administration (Ενετική Διοίκηση), Corfu Archives:

Here the full references:

And the medical codex of herbs from the Historical Archives Yiannis Vlachogiannis, Catalogue B of Manuscripts/Medical, file number 3


Brijuni has been declared a national park in 1983. and streches on 33,9 square kilometers.

The Brijuni Islands, all fourtheen of them, were created by separating from what used to be the landmass of the Istrian peninsula. One can look at them as a timeline. On Brijuni Islands one can find dinosaur prints, Roman villas from Vespasian time and touristic villas from the end of the 19th century. Brijuni became popular touristic place thanks to Paul Koplwieser, who bought them at 1893. and arranged nature the way it fitted him. Royals and all kind of elites spent their holidays on Brijuni for more than one hundred years.

The flora is mostly of a Mediterranean character, with six hundred indigenous and eighty allochtonous species. The fauna consists of fallow deer, mouflon, peacocks and rabbits walking around islands. In 1987. a safari was established in the park. So today we can also see elephant, zebras, llamas and similar exotic species walking next to indigenous sheep, goats, donkeys and Istrian cattle. Most of the national park, 80% of it, makes the sea, in which we can find a lot of marine endemic and protected species such as sea turtles and dolphins.

Statesmen, celebrities and tourists can´t resist the magic of National park Brijuni where they can enjoy in harmony of flora, fauna and cultural heritage.

HR-HDA-1684. Postcard Collection. Folder B/Brijuni. Photo 0001
Name: Brijuni: Roman ruins
Atelier/ Agency: S.A. Brioni
Photographer: /
Date: 10.1974.

The Kornati islands were declared a national park in 1980 and cover 217 square kilometers. Name Kornati comes from latin word corona which means the crown. Irish writer George Bernard Shaw said that God made Kornati from tears, stars and breath as the crown of His Creation. National park consist of 89 islands with total area of 50 kilometers, which means that ¾ of park surface is sea. All islands, including largest named Kornati are in private possession. Ilirian tribes inhabited islands, Romans had outbuildings there, and locals feed their sheep and cattle for centuries on karst. They left us stone cottages, churches and dry stone walls in legacy. This is not surprising, because islands are full in karst phenomena and caves. There is not much flora or fauna in this national park. One can find just birds and martens on surface, but as it was said, sea makes up most of the park. There is plenty fish and corals in the sea, which means that the water area has been preserved. That also means that biodiversity is ensured. As has been said, Kornati are truly the crown of our beautiful coast.

HR-HDA-1684. Postcard Collection. Folder K/Kornati. Photo 0001
Name: Kornati
Atelier/ Agency: Zadružna štampa
Date: 1977.

The Krka waterfalls were declared a national park in 1985 and stretch on 109 square kilometers. It consists of seven waterfalls. The most visited are Roški slap and Skradinski buk. The river Krka occupies 72 kilometers of the national park and for the most part consists of lakes. During her path Krka River opens into the Visovac Lake. In the middle of Visovac Lake there is a small Island of the same name with a Church and a Monastery built in 14th century. Also, in National park one can find neolithic caves, “Hollow Churches” or arcs made of stone from Roman times, Orthodox Christian Monastery from 15th century and 16th century fortress. It is important to say that the second oldest hydroelectric power plant in the world is located on Krka waterfalls, put into operation 28th of August 1895 thanks to Nikola Tesla. This National park is also attractive ethnographic locality of the Dalmatian hinterland. Krka National Park is important not only because it tells the story of human history but also because of its natural beauty and diversity. It is rich in mostly Mediterranean flora and fauna with fourteen endemic species including proteus. In National park Krka beauty and force of nature are in collaboration with local people, providing them food and life.

HR-HDA-1684. Postcard Collection. Folder K/Krka. Photo 0002
Name: Krka- Waterfalls
Atelier/ Agency: Pressfoto
Photographer: Milan Pavić

The Northwestern part of the island of Mljet was declared a national park in 1960 and covers 53,7 square kilometers of land and sea. Mljet is a green island. The Ogygia of Homer’s Odyssey. Homer mentions the magical island of the nymph Calypso with its green forests with four springs, each of which flows to its own side. Mljet truly is the green island full of oak and pine forests spread all over it. The unique flora and fauna inhabits Mljet. Island is full of endemic species, and the quality and purity of the sea is indicated by the fact that 150 species of shellfish live in it. Four springs Homer was talking about? They truly exist. The passage that enters the island, the Soline canal, lets the sea water into the island’s first larger lake, Veliko jezero. The water of this lake flows thorough an even narrower channel into another smaller lake, Malo jezero. In the Soline canal, the water between the sea and the island’s sea lakes is constantly changing and is formed into a stream that changes its direction every six hours, depending on the change of tides. On the island, in the middle of a large lake, there is a Church and a Monastery from 12th century. Also, in National park one can find a complex of a Roman palace from the 5th century and Odyssey´s cave. Legend says that in that cave Calypso held Odyssey while he was on Ogygia. The island has been inhabited for 4000 years. Mljet is a national park full of magical beauty and everyone who sees it begins to believe that nymphs and heroes have really visited it.

HR-HDA-1684. Postcard Collection. Folder M/ Mljet. Photo 0002
Name: Mljet- Odyssey´s Cave
Atelier/ Agency: Turistička štampa
Photographer: /
Date: 1979.

Paklenica was declared a national park in 1949 and it stretches over 95 square kilometers. The canyons of Velika and Mala Paklenica are cut into the slopes of the Velebit mountain and are ideal for climbing, which has been recognized by sport fans from all over the world. The canyons were formed by the melting of glaciers from Velebit highest peaks at the end of the ice age. In the national park is also located the highest peak of the Velebit mountain, Vaganjski vrh, 1757 meters high. Rock sculptures, forests, meadows and caves are full of diverse flora and fauna. The national park is full of chamois, bears, wolves, lynxes, eagles and black pine virgin forest. There is a lot of endemic species in Paklenica, and 115 spelealogical sites. Although people occasionally inhabited the park area, no one has lived there since the end of World War II. Therefore, visitors have the opportunity to enjoy the wilderness of Paklenica.

HR-HDA-1684. Postcard Collection. Folder P/Paklenica. Photo 0003
Name: Starigrad Paklenica- Hotel „Alan“
Atelier/ Agency: OZEHA
Photographer: /
Date: 1972.
Postcard of Hotel „Alan“ with Paklenica in the backround

Plitvice lakes were declared a national park in 1949 and are the oldest Croatian national park. They cover 296,8 square kilometers. The Plitvice Lakes area became part of the UNESCO World Heritage List at 1979. Sixteen lakes are connected by cascades that create many waterfalls. Black, White, Matica and Korana River with Plitvice creek provide all the water in the park. Legend says that Barbara Celjska, in Croatia known as the Black queen, created Plitvice in 15th century but according to science lakes are 12 to 15000 years old and they are still changing. And the reason why they are changing lies in tufa. Tufa are calcium carbonate formations that are deposited in the form of small crystals at the bottom of the lake, on lake plants and lake barriers, and their growth enables lake changes. But this is not the only fascinating thing about this national park. Flora is extremely well preserved so there are eleven forest communities in Plitvice, fir-beech virgin forest and over 60 species of orchids. One can meet brown bear, wolf, otter and freshwater fishes and crabs. The locals live in the area of the national park and enjoy its amazing nature and landscape.

HR-HDA-1684. Postcard Collection. Folder P/Plitvička jezera. Photo 0003
Name: Plitvička jezera
Atelier/ Agency: Griesbach&Knaus
Photographer: Ljudevit Griesbach
Date: 1940.

Risnjak was declared a national park in 1953. It streches on 63,5 square kilometers. Name Risnjak comes from croatian word „ris“ which means lynx. The indigenous lynx was extinct at the beginning of the 20th century. A small number of lynx present today came to Risnjak from the neighboring Slovenian mountains. On Risnjak we can also find wolves, brown bears, wild cats, chamois, 144 bird and 89 butterfly species. There are 14 forest and 30 plant communities in the national park, among which beech and fir forests stand out. There are also 1148 flora species including protected species such as edelweiss. The Risnjak and Snježnik mountain massifs are excellent places from which to observe the area of Gorski kotar, the Kvarner Bay and the Slovenian Alps. In this national park we find another gem, the river Kupa. Since 1963, spring of the river Kupa and its surrounding area have the status of a protected area. At an altitude of 321 meters there is a turquise blue lake from which Kupa River springs. In the park can be found prehistoric caves as well as the local houses. Not many people live in this national park, only 20 of them. But they live as one with this breathtaking nature.

HR-HDA-1684. Postcard Collection. Folder M/Malinska. Photo 0005
Name: Malinska- Pogled prema Gorskom kotaru /Malinska- View of Gorski kotar
Atelier/ Agency: /
Photographer: /
Date: /
Malinska on Krk Island, view of Gorski kotar and Risnjak

Paklenica was declared a national park in 1949 and it stretches over 95 square kilometers. The canyons of Velika and Mala Paklenica are cut into the slopes of the Velebit mountain and are ideal for climbing, which has been recognized by sport fans from all over the world. The canyons were formed by the melting of glaciers from Velebit highest peaks at the end of the ice age. In the national park is also located the highest peak of the Velebit mountain, Vaganjski vrh, 1757 meters high. Rock sculptures, forests, meadows and caves are full of diverse flora and fauna. The national park is full of chamois, bears, wolves, lynxes, eagles and black pine virgin forest. There is a lot of endemic species in Paklenica, and 115 spelealogical sites. Although people occasionally inhabited the park area, no one has lived there since the end of World War II. Therefore, visitors have the opportunity to enjoy the wilderness of Paklenica.


Photographies that were taken between 1950 and 1970 in Luxembourg by the “Service Gouvernemental d’Expansion Economique et Touristique”. The collection contains numerous photos related to the subject Nature and Environment, art, etc – the impressive full lot is available here: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/LU-ANLUX/type/fa/id/ICO-3-1



Photographie zoologique ou représentation des animaux rares des collections du Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, publiée par L. Rousseau et A. Devéria, available here: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/FR-00000028859/type/fa/id/FR_751059807_MNHN_Photo_Auteurs/unitid/PHO+41/search/0/natur_ASTERISK_

« Figures / pour l’Histoire naturelle des / Fraisiers / dessinés par l’auteur à Versailles / de [1768 à 1775] »


Grand Harbour – St. Lazarus Curtain with St. Christopher Bastion in the midle distance – ca 1974 in Valletta: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/MT-NAM/type/fa/id/2627/unitid/PHO-01+-+47/search/0/Mediterr_ASTERISK_


From the Centro Português de Fotografia: Primavera em Portugal! http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/PT-00000000447/type/fa/id/PT_SLASH_CPF_SLASH_CNF/unitid/PT_SLASH_CPF_SLASH_CNF_SLASH_001175/search/0/natur_ASTERISK_


From the Schweizerisches Bundesarchiv, a few pics:

“I bei passatempi”: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/CH-000018-2/type/fa/id/J2.143_ASTERISK__4205/unitid/J2.143_HASH_1996_SLASH_386_HASH_535-3_HASH_4_ASTERISK_/search/0/Mediterr_ASTERISK_

Il nostro paesaggio e’ in pericolo: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/CH-000018-2/type/fa/id/J2.143_ASTERISK__4205/unitid/J2.143_HASH_1996_SLASH_386_HASH_1017-3_HASH_4_ASTERISK_/search/0/natur_ASTERISK_+paesaggio

Disegnare secondo natura: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/CH-000018-2/type/fa/id/J2.143_ASTERISK__4205/unitid/J2.143_HASH_1996_SLASH_386_HASH_1125-3_HASH_4_ASTERISK_/search/0/natur_ASTERISK_

Un incomparabile paesaggio fluviale: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/CH-000018-2/type/fa/id/J2.143_ASTERISK__4205/unitid/J2.143_HASH_1996_SLASH_386_HASH_492-3_HASH_3_ASTERISK_/search/0/natur_ASTERISK_+paesaggio


Drawings of different animals in the General Archive of the Indies, available from this collection

Documentation referring to rivers and the use and exploitation of water power

Plano topográfico de un tramo del río Saja-Besaya cercano a Viveda, con situación de sus presas y molinos (Cantabria)

Carta y descripsión hidrográphica de una parte del gran río Orinoco

Carta geográfica de todas las islas Antiles

Plano del Río Grande de San Pedro

Plano hidrográphico de una parte del Orinoco

Plano topográfico del río Trueba

Plano de los arroyos, acequias y regueros que destilan de la fuente de La Madrastra

Documentation on the exploitation and protection of the resources of certain natural areas such as dehesas (pastures) and mountains:

Ø  Contra quienes han hecho dehesas nuevamente en Soria y su tierra: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-47161-AGS2/type/fa/id/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090/unitid/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090+-+ES-47161-AGS-UD-1602556/

Ø  Que no se talen montes ni dehesas en pleito de Parraces con Segovia: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-47161-AGS2/type/fa/id/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090/unitid/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090+-+ES-47161-AGS-UD-1624489/

Ø  Prohibición de hacer nuevas dehesas en los términos de Madrid: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-47161-AGS2/type/fa/id/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090/unitid/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090+-+ES-47161-AGS-UD-1616976/

Ø  Cumplimiento de pragmática sobre dehesas hechas hace 30 años en Córdoba: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-47161-AGS2/type/fa/id/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090/unitid/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090+-+ES-47161-AGS-UD-1627850/

Ø  Para que el corregidor de Trujillo estudie las ordenanzas de la ciudad en torno a las dehesas de los bueyes y las haga cumplir: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-47161-AGS2/type/fa/id/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090/unitid/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090+-+ES-47161-AGS-UD-1652149/

Ø  Ejecutoria del pleito litigado por los concejos de los cuartos y alfoces de Astorga (León), con Pedro Álvarez Osorio, marqués de Astorga, y con el concejo de dicha ciudad, sobre el aprovechamiento de los términos, montes y dehesas que están cerca de los lugares de los cuartos, y sobre poder cortar y hacer ordenanzas sobre la guarda de dichos montes y dehesas: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-D708/type/fa/id/ES-47186-ARCHV-UD-184149/unitid/ES-47186-ARCHV-UD-184149+-+ES-47186-ARCHV-UD-6045640/

Ø  Plano de las dehesas del bosque y campillos sitas en la jurisdicción de la Puebla de Montalbán (Toledo) comprensiva la primera de 2.772 fanegas y media y la segunda 1.437, según la medida del agrimensor Pedro Alfonso Maldonado: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-D706/type/fa/id/ES-45168-AHNOB-UD-3946089/unitid/ES-45168-AHNOB-UD-3946089+-+ES-45168-AHNOB-UD-3963579/

Ø  Pidiendo se extienda a la isla ley fomento riqueza forestal: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-28079-AHN9/type/fa/id/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138/unitid/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138+-+ES-28079-AHN-UD-1318969/

Documents on scientific expeditions of botanical character in the 18th century:

Ø  Expedición botánica de José Celestino Mutis: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1859526/unitid/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1859526+-+ES-41091-AGI-UD-394131/

Ø  Carta nº 65 de Ambrosio O’Higgins, Marqués de Osorno, Virrey del Perú, a José Antonio Caballero, Ministro de Gracia y Justicia: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1859526/unitid/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1859526+-+ES-41091-AGI-UD-4067649/

Documentation referring to the creation of botanical gardens in Spain, America and the Philippines (from the end of the 18th century and the 19th):

Ø  “Fachada principal que mira a Oriente y corte que mira al Mediodía a lo largo del Edificio sobre la línea AB”. https://www.archivesportaleurope.net/es/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454/unitid/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454+-+ES-41091-AGI-UD-21334/

Ø  “Plano del R[ea]l Sitio de Chapultepec” https://www.archivesportaleurope.net/es/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454/unitid/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454+-+ES-41091-AGI-UD-21357/

Ø  Gobernador Filipinas remitiendo semillas de aquellas islas: https://www.archivesportaleurope.net/es/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1928215/unitid/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1928215+-+ES-41091-AGI-UD-64870/

Ø  “Expediente general del Jardín Botánico de La Habana”: https://www.archivesportaleurope.net/es/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-28079-AHN9/type/fa/id/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138/unitid/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138+-+ES-28079-AHN-UD-1337885/

Ø  “Plano del Jardín Botánico de Manila”: https://www.archivesportaleurope.net/es/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-28079-AHN9/type/fa/id/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138/unitid/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138+-+ES-28079-AHN-UD-7265295/

Ø  Conveniencia de establecer en Manila un jardín botánico: https://www.archivesportaleurope.net/es/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-28079-AHN9/type/fa/id/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138/unitid/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138+-+ES-28079-AHN-UD-2345745/

Documents on fishing and hunting regulations:

Ø  Ejecutoria del pleito litigado por la Cofradía del Cuerpo Santo de Pontevedra, con el Concejo de Combarro (Pontevedra), sobre el derecho a pescar en el mar con redes y otros útiles de pesca:http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-D708/type/fa/id/ES-47186-ARCHV-UD-184149/unitid/ES-47186-ARCHV-UD-184149+-+ES-47186-ARCHV-UD-5667823/

Ø  Concierto entre el condestable Iñigo Fernández de Velasco y el lugar de Casalarreina, sobre la veda de caza en el soto de Lara y la pesca en el río Oja: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-D706/type/fa/id/ES-45168-AHNOB-UD-3946089/unitid/ES-45168-AHNOB-UD-3946089+-+ES-45168-AHNOB-UD-3949249/

Ø  Justicia a Juan de Cosío en el cumplimento de las condiciones de la pesca del salmón por la villa de San Vicente de la Barquera: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-47161-AGS2/type/fa/id/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090/unitid/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090+-+ES-47161-AGS-UD-6141738/

Ø  Relación de Pedro de Arpide: pesca de ballenas en Florida: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1916099/unitid/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1916099+-+ES-41091-AGI-UD-124971/

Ø  Prohibición de caza en Almansa: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-47161-AGS2/type/fa/id/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090/unitid/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090+-+ES-47161-AGS-UD-1611629/

Ø  Grabados de escenas de caza de castores: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454/unitid/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454+-+ES-41091-AGI-UD-18423/

Ø  Mandamiento de guardar los sotos y montes de Aranjuez, desde la Barra de Oreja hasta Toledo y desde Bayona hasta Toledo, prohibiendo la caza, cortar leña, etcétera: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-47161-AGS2/type/fa/id/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090/unitid/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090+-+ES-47161-AGS-UD-1651994/

Ø  Ejecutoria del pleito litigado por el fiscal del rey y Juan Bravo, alguacil de Olmedo (Valladolid), con Antón García, vecino de dicha villa, sobre caza furtiva y venta de la misma dentro y fuera de la villa, con los consiguientes daños causados en los palomares: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-D708/type/fa/id/ES-47186-ARCHV-UD-184149/unitid/ES-47186-ARCHV-UD-184149+-+ES-47186-ARCHV-UD-6065257/

Documents on natural phenomena:

Ø  Croquis que dá una Idea de la Rebentazon del Bolcan de Pacaia, su figura mirando Norte Sur, distancias y proporcion de los terrenos adiacentes: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454/unitid/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454+-+ES-41091-AGI-UD-19806/

Ø  “Crater del volcán de Tuxtla visto por la parte del leste en 1793”: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454/unitid/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454+-+ES-41091-AGI-UD-21365/

Ø  Datos de los fenómenos geológicos y meteorológicos ocurridos en Luzón: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-28079-AHN9/type/fa/id/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138/unitid/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138+-+ES-28079-AHN-UD-2311434/

Ø  Relación del huracán que azotó Valdivia el 6-XII-1575: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1916099/unitid/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1916099+-+ES-41091-AGI-UD-125447/

Ø  Huracán en Margarita: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-47161-AGS2/type/fa/id/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117100/unitid/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117100+-+ES-47161-AGS-UD-1304809/

Other themes:

Ø  Dibujos del cultivo y procesado de la grana o cochinilla en la provincia de Oaxaca: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454/unitid/ES-41091-AGI-UD-1931454+-+ES-41091-AGI-UD-21466/

Ø  Remisión de plantones y semillas de frutales de la Península a las Islas Filipinas: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-28079-AHN9/type/fa/id/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138/unitid/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138+-+ES-28079-AHN-UD-4056747/

Ø  Remisión de plantones y semillas de frutales de la Península a las Islas Filipinas: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-28079-AHN9/type/fa/id/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138/unitid/ES-28079-AHN-UD-178138+-+ES-28079-AHN-UD-4056747/

Ø  Carta acordada para tratar la plaga de langosta a petición del procurador general de la villa de Vaciamadrid (Madrid): http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-D706/type/fa/id/ES-45168-AHNOB-UD-4006195/unitid/ES-45168-AHNOB-UD-4006195+-+ES-45168-AHNOB-UD-6311478/

Ø  Al presidente y a los del Consejo de la Orden de Calatrava que determinen la demanda de ciertos renteros de Ciudad Real cuya renta no podían pagar por la esterilidad del año y por la langosta: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-47161-AGS2/type/fa/id/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090/unitid/ES-47161-AGS-UD-117090+-+ES-47161-AGS-UD-1632400/search/0/langosta

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