PARIS. Plan Routier de la Ville et Faubourg de Paris divisé en 12 municipalités.  Paris: Chez Jean, 1802.

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PARIS.
Plan Routier de la Ville et Faubourg de Paris divisé en 12 municipalités. Paris: Chez Jean, 1802.

Sold for US$ 637 inc. premium
PARIS.
Plan Routier de la Ville et Faubourg de Paris divisé en 12 municipalités. Paris: Chez Jean, 1802.
Engraved map, 580 x 820 mm, hand-colored in outline, depicting the 12 municipalities of Paris. Dissected and laid down on linen, contemporary card slipcase with morocco label. Minor wear and spotting.

In 1795, the city of Paris was divided into 12 municipalities or arrondissements, 9 of them on the Right Bank and 3 on the Left Bank of the Seine. Similar divisions were made in France's two other largest cities, Lyon and Marseille. In 1805 Napoleon reunited the other cities as single municipalities, but Paris remained divided for administrative purposes. With Hausmann's reorganization of Paris, the district lines were re-drawn in 1860 into 20 arrondissements, as they remain today.
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