Format Maps
Contributors Ughi, Lodovico
Dates 1729
Location Italy
Language Italian
Subjects Italy
Venice (Italy)
[Iconografica rappresentatione della inclita città di Venezia consacrata al reggio serenissimo dominio veneto] /
Contributor Names
Ughi, Lodovico.
Created / Published
[Venice] : Giuseppe Baroni á S. Giuliano, [1729?].
Subject Headings
-  Venice (Italy)
-  Italy--Venice
-  Shows principal buildings, gardens, foot bridges, etc.
-  Title from illustration in Cassini's Piante e vedute prospettiche di Venezia.
-  Eight sheets pasted together, sectioned, and mounted on cloth. DLC
-  Includes dedication, poem, and ill.
-  In ink on verso of upper right, partially effaced by mounting: Gacca di G. Chiara 25.
-  In ink in lower right corner: Acc. No. 2443 X. DLC
-  In ink on blue bordered label in lower right corner: 35. DLC
-  LC copy imperfect: some liquid staining, soiling, losses and mended tears at edges. DLC
-  LC copy wanting frame, including title, views of important buildings, and descriptive text. DLC
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
1 map ; 128 x 177 cm.
Call Number
G6714.V4 1729 .U4
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g6714v ct001653
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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