Strangeways ENTIRE Strangeways ENTIRE Dublin historic Maps (2), medieval survivors | city movers | explosive history. Posted on October 13, 2014 It’s Leonard Strangeway’s 1904 The Walls of Dublin. In other words, depicting the medieval city and walls, but made much later. Here it is. It’s worth pointing out that unlike most other maps, Strangeways’ map is “the other way round” so just bear in mind here that South is “up” and North is “down”.
Pictorial map of Dublin City Walls in Watercolour. Limited Editions. In Frame or Mounted for you to choose your Frame style. Presented to Mother Theresa of Calcutta in honour of her receiving the Freedom of The City of Dublin. Copyright CCrotty 2014
Map designer Aris Venetikidis is fascinated by the maps we draw in our minds as we move around a city -- less like street maps, more like schematics or wiring diagrams, abstract images of relationships between places. How can we learn from these mental maps to make better real ones? As a test case, he remakes the notorious Dublin bus map. (Filmed at TEDxDublin)
J'adore Map of Paris, 9 Frames Show your house guests what a worldly dame you are with this instant collection of framed antique map fragments. Nine square sections in gilded frames combine to create the image of gay Paris. The perfect reminder of nights spent dancing to hot jazz in the City of Lights. Dimensions 54"H x 66"W x 1"D