1852 Map of Rome
This map of Rome was included in an 1852 French Guide to Rome and it is based on a larger 1841 map by Paul-Marie Letarouilly. By clicking on the dots you can reach a page where the palace/church/square is shown in association with an etching by Giuseppe Vasi.
Return to the introductory page to this map.
A view from the Gianicolo Hill
can complete your analysis of XIXth century Rome.
For an earlier map of Rome see Giuseppe Vasi's 1781 Map of Rome.
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Page on Baroque Rome or to my Home Page on Rome
in the footsteps of an XVIIIth century traveller. See the latest additions to these websites!
All images © by Roberto Piperno, owner of the domain. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Text edited by Rosamie Moore. Page added in January 2011.