Format Maps
Contributors Imperatorskai︠A︡ Akademīi︠A︡ Nauk I Khudozhestv (Russia)
Dates 1753
Location Moscow
Saint Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Language Russian
Subjects Aerial Views
Early Works to 1800
Moscow (Russia)
Saint Petersburg (Russia)
St. Petersburg
Plan stolichnago goroda Sanktpeterburga c izobrazhenïem znashni︠e︡ĭshikh onago prospektov /
Other Title
Plan de la ville de St. Petersbourg avec ses principales vües
plan de la ville de st. petersbourg avec ses principales vües
Contributor Names
Imperatorskai︠a︡ akademīi︠a︡ nauk i khudozhestv (Russia)
Created / Published
V Sanktpeterburgi︠e︡ : [Imperatorskai︠a︡ akademīi︠a︡ nauk i khudozhestv], 1753 goda.
Subject Headings
-  Saint Petersburg (Russia)--Aerial views--Early works to 1800
-  Saint Petersburg (Russia)--Maps--Early works to 1800
-  Moscow (Russia)--Maps--Early works to 1800
-  Russia--St. Petersburg
-  Russia--Moscow
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
-  Index in Russian, romanized Russian, and French.
-  English translation of French map captions: 1. Map of St. Petersburg from 1737 -- 2. View of the Neva towards the East between the shipyards and the 13th line of the Wasily section -- 3. View of the banks of the Neva showing the river between the Admiralty and the buildings of the Academy of Sciences -- 4. View of the banks of the Neva downriver between the Winter Palace and the buildings of the Academy of Sciences -- 5. View of the Neva towards the West between the Church of St. Isaac and the buildings of the Cadet Corps -- 6. View of the Fontancka River towards the south between the grotto and the court's storehouses -- 7. View of the Admiralty and its surroundings looking west from the triumphal arch -- 8. View of a part of the town of St. Petersburg looking east from the triumphal arch -- 9. View of the Bourse and the commodities market while ascending from the little Neva -- 10. View of the buildings of the Imperial Colleges and a part of the commodities market toward the east -- 11. View of the New Palace from the triumphal arch of Anitschki toward the east with a part of the town and Nevsky Prospect close to the shore of the Fontanka -- 12. View of the Summer Palace from the north shore -- 13. View of the Old Winter Palace and the canal that joins the Moika and the Neva -- 14. View of Kamennoy Island on the little Newka near the St. Petersburg residence of the Countess Bestoucheff Rumin -- 15. Map of Moscow from 1739.
-  Includes index.
1 atlas ([4], 6 p., [30] plates) : 2 maps, 13 views (some folded) 52 cm.
Call Number
G2114.L4 A3 1753
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g7064lm gct00144
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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