Planned as a new town in 1608, Charleville was perhaps the most…
Planned as a new town in 1608, Charleville was perhaps the most outstanding example in France of the application of Renaissance design theory. This excellent reproduction from Zeille’s Topographia Galliae shows the magnificent squares, gates, churches, and palaces of the city, much of which still exist.
Size: 11″ x 13″ – Black & White, Cover-stock Paper
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