A rare map of Australia from the 17th century —before Europeans had fully explored the continent —resurfaced after 350 years.
Now, it's finally been restored and put on public display in Australia's capital, Canberra.
Dutch cartographer Joan Blaeu created the map called "Archipelagus Orientalis," or "Eastern Archipelago," in 1659.
(This newfound copy was printed in 1663.)
Much of the eastern coastline of the continent is missing in this vision of Australia.
But the map is notable for including the earliest details of the sighting of Tasmania by the seafarer Abel Tasman, who planted a Dutch flag on the island during his expedition aboard the Zeehaen in 1642.