This is a scarce separate-issue example of the 1825 C. F. Weiland map of Denmark. The map covers all of Denmark inclusive of the Duchy of Holstein. An inset in the top right quadrant features a map of Iceland, which has been fairly well mapped since the late 16th century. Another inset in the top left quadrant depicts the Faroe Islands. Today these stunning green islands are considered one of the most beautiful and unspoiled places on Earth. The Kattegat (Cattegat) is also identified. Various, important rivers, islands, cities and other topographical details are noted. At this time in history, Scandinavia was in the midst of a prolonged period of peace and prosperity that led to a cultural and population boom. This map was created by C. F. Weiland and published by the Weimar Geographical Institute.