Beyond the rectangular “new town” planned by Craig in 1767, a much…
Beyond the rectangular “new town” planned by James Craig in 1767, a much more elaborate and varied complex of squares, crescents, and circles began to take form. Enlarged one-quarter, this 1828 survey records the Scottish capital as it then existed and indicates a number of proposed improvements.
Size: 19¼” x 23¾” – Black & White, Cover-stock Paper
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