A pleasing view of Paris in 1867 with important buildings numbered and named. This map centered on the longer extant Palace of the International exhibition, which was once situated on the site of the eiffel Tower. The view stretches to Montmartre and Sacre Coeur in the distant background. Almost as interesting as the view on the front are the news facts and literary reviews on verso. Published in the July 6, 1867 issue of the London Illustrated News.
Illustrated London News (1842 - 1971) was one of the world's first weekly news magazines It was first published by Herbert Ingram and Mark Lemon (of Punch fame) in 1842. The lavishly illustrated magazine slowly gained popularity and continued to be published on a weekly basis until 1971. Today the Illustrated London News is the Illustrated London News Group and publishes bi-annually. More by this mapmaker...
The Illustrated London News, July 6, 1867.