Plano de Madrid: Plano de Turismo.
1910 (undated) 37.5 x 27.5 in (95.25 x 69.85 cm)
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This is a 1910 Eugenio Bisbal and Juan Vassallo city plan or map of Madrid, Spain. The map depicts the city from the Lago de Patinar to the Colonia Oriental and from the Asilo de la Paloma to Termino de Villaverde. Highly detailed, the city is divided into ten districts, each of which is shaded a different color to allow for easy differentiation. Buildings throughout the city are illustrated and colored red, making them stand out against the rest of the color. Schools, hospitals, government buildings, churches, and train stations are all identified. Myriad streets are illustrated and labeled as well, as are the city's many parks and the Rio Manzanares.
Publication History and CensusThis map was created by Eugenio Bisbal and Juan Vassallo and engraved by J. Soler for Luciano Delage Villegas, a Spanish architect based in Madrid. The OCLC records examples of this map as being part of the institutional collections at the University of Chicago and the Biblioteca Nacional de España.
Good. Mounted on mesh backing. Light soiling. Exhibits areas of loss at fold intersections and along original fold lines. Blank on verso.
OCLC 667724459. Museo Municipal, Cartografia Madrileña (1635 - 1982) No. 80, (Madrid: Ayuntamiento de Madrid) 1982.