Plan de Bruxelles et Faubourgs.
32 x 23.5 in (81.28 x 59.69 cm)
1 : 12250
Published soon after the end of World War I, this is a c. 1920 Albert de Boeck city plan or map of Brussels / Bruxelles, Belgium. Important municipal buildings, including the king's palace, government ministries, and the law courts, are all labeled. City parks are illustrated in detail, as is the street network. The railroad stations are labeled, along with the city's slaughterhouses, racecourses, prisons, and universities.
This map was created and published by Albert de Boeck c. 1920.
Albert de Boeck (18xx - 19xx) founded A. de Boeck, a publishing company, in Belgium in 1885. Little is known about de Boeck himself, but the publishing firm still operates today, under the name De Boeck Supérieur. Learn More...
Good. Even overall toning. Light wear along original fold lines. Exhibits some offsetting.