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Images Dated 5th November 1896

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 30 pictures in our Images Dated 5th November 1896 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


George Bradshaw's Plan of Rome, Italy 1896 Featured 5 Nov 1896 Print

George Bradshaw's Plan of Rome, Italy 1896

This is a very detailed Plan of Rome showing the streets, canals, principal buildings, railways and railway stations, as well as the many ancient Roman sites. A comprehensive list of 69 sites of interest are numbered and referenced to the plan, that include the Pantheon, Circus Maximus, Colossium and the Vatican. The plan has been meticulously recreated in colour and republished without and fold creases by Mapseeker, from a rare antique original black and white fold up tourist city map. The 29 that were originally published as fold up maps featuring the principal cities of Europe are now rare, yet popular at their time among those who could then explore Europe by railway for the first time

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George Bradshaw's Plan of Munchen or Munich, Germany 1896 Featured 5 Nov 1896 Print

George Bradshaw's Plan of Munchen or Munich, Germany 1896

This is a detailed Plan of Munchen, or Munich, showing the streets, canals, principal buildings, railways and railway stations. The plan has a grid overlay so as to easily locate no fewer than 65 principal buildings and places of interest that are numerically recorded on the left and right of the plan. It has been meticulously recreated in colour and republished without and fold creases by Mapseeker, from a rare antique original black and white fold up tourist city map. The 29 that were originally published as fold up maps featuring the principal cities of Europe are now rare, yet popular at their time among those who could then explore Europe by railway for the first time

© Mapseeker Publishing Ltd