Maps of Europe

I hope these maps are as helpful to you as they are to me! Please let me know in the comments section if I have left anything off of these maps. Our family is using these labeled and unlabeled maps of Europe as we study at home for weeks 2-7 Cycle 2 of Classical Conversations.

More maps to come!

Download Set of 2 Europe Maps:

Updated Map of Europe

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  • Lisa

    Thanks! We will be using these!

  • Liz

    Hi Terri,

    It looks like the map follows the older edition with Mont Blanc and Matterhorn. I have always loved your maps.

    • / Terri Johnson

      Hi Liz,

      Ha! I must have an older version guide. I bought it new last year, but I have noticed some differences in the memory work. I’ll pay closer attention! :)

  • Vicki

    Hi Terri! I am soooo excited about this! We just started CC this year too, and I am a tutor as well. We love it, and its a great fit for our family as well. I’ve been struggling to find a map of Europe that is big enough to adequately show the kids the smaller details of rivers, mountains, etc. Thank you for making this map! I am also loving two other books of yours – A Child’s Geography Vol. 3, and Map Trek – both of which are overlapping wonderfully with the timeline and history statements!

    • / Terri Johnson

      You are welcome, Vicki! Thanks for your feedback and your kind words. :)

  • zelda

    great :)
    This is our first year of cc and this map is fantastic.

    • / Terri Johnson

      Thanks, Zelda!

  • Kim

    Thank you so much for sharing your maps! Like you we joined CC this year too. I am a Challenge A tutor and one of our big projects is drawing the world from memory. This week we are working on Central America and the Greater & Lesser Antilies.
    Thank you again for sharing your maps. They are great and will be very helpful when we reach Europe.

    • / Terri Johnson

      Next week, I’ll be posting maps of Central America. Stay posted! :)

  • Dene’

    These maps are awesome! Thanks! I have Mapquest, but can’t figure out how you did this. Also, where did you get the Europe map? I have been looking through the indexes and can’t find that map. I would love to be able to build my own maps, especially for CC, but can’t figure out how. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks for sharing!!

    • / Terri Johnson

      Thank you! The Europe map is part of a set that I bought an expensive license for, so I cannot share it except in non-editable PDF form like I just did.

    • / Terri Johnson

      Dene, you have given me a great idea!! I will share it soon, but it involves customizing your own maps. :)

  • Kathi

    Terri, I am loving your full MapTrek set I just bought, with the book and CD. I just printed out one on Charlemagne’s kingdom for my kids to study as they write about him today. I can hardly wait to move through history so we can use more of the maps, some of the ones you provide with very specific history applications.

    However, I must be blind. I am looking for the colored version of the European map so they can write in all the CC details to review. Is there a Europe map that has color to delineate the countries, and no labels?

    Thanks for all the great support materials, and the maps you are making available on the blog.

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