1797 Tardieu Map Of Champagne France

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this is a rare and enormous 1797 tardieu map of the champagne region of france. printed during the french revolution - an 6 de la republique. covers from paris in the west to sarre-louis in the east framed prints, from rocroi in the north to avallon in the south. includes the full extent of the champagne district. printed on four sheets framed prints, the northern two of which are joined as a set framed prints, as are the southern two. depicts the region in incredible detail showing roads framed prints, canals framed prints, rivers framed prints, cities framed prints, fortresses framed prints, villages framed prints, chateaux framed prints, etc. the region outside of champagne proper is less detailed framed prints, but still offers a wealth of cartographic information and includes the important centers of paris framed prints, orleans and beauvais. champagne is famous around the world for its spectacular sparkling wines of the same name. historically the province of champagne was bounded on the north by the bishopric of liège and by luxembourg framed prints, on the east by lorraine framed prints, on the south by burgundy framed prints, and on the west by Îlele-de-france framed prints, and by picardy. along with the other original french provinces framed prints, champagne was abolished as a separate entity in 1790. today this region consists of five départements: aisne framed prints, aube framed prints, haute-marne framed prints, marne framed prints, and seine-et-marne. the towns of troyes (capital of champagne) framed prints, reims and Épernay are the commercial and government centers. a fabulous decorative piece for perfect for wine store framed prints, champagne wine cellars framed prints, and french restaurants. this map was originally prepared for inclusion in edme mentelle’s (1730-1815) atlas universel de géographie physique et politique framed prints, this is a rare and enormous 1797 tardieu map of the champagne region of france. printed during the french revolution - an 6 de la republique. covers from paris in the west to sarre-louis in the east greeting cards, from rocroi in the north to avallon in the south. includes the full extent of the champagne district. printed on four sheets greeting cards, the northern two of which are joined as a set greeting cards, as are the southern two. depicts the region in incredible detail showing roads greeting cards, canals greeting cards, rivers greeting cards, cities greeting cards, fortresses greeting cards, villages greeting cards, chateaux greeting cards, etc. the region outside of champagne proper is less detailed greeting cards, but still offers a wealth of cartographic information and includes the important centers of paris greeting cards, orleans and beauvais. champagne is famous around the world for its spectacular sparkling wines of the same name. historically the province of champagne was bounded on the north by the bishopric of liège and by luxembourg greeting cards, on the east by lorraine greeting cards, on the south by burgundy greeting cards, and on the west by Îlele-de-france greeting cards, and by picardy. along with the other original french provinces greeting cards, champagne was abolished as a separate entity in 1790. today this region consists of five départements: aisne greeting cards, aube greeting cards, haute-marne greeting cards, marne greeting cards, and seine-et-marne. the towns of troyes (capital of champagne) greeting cards, reims and Épernay are the commercial and government centers. a fabulous decorative piece for perfect for wine store greeting cards, champagne wine cellars greeting cards, and french restaurants. this map was originally prepared for inclusion in edme mentelle’s (1730-1815) atlas universel de géographie physique et politique greeting cards, this is a rare and enormous 1797 tardieu map of the champagne region of france. printed during the french revolution - an 6 de la republique. covers from paris in the west to sarre-louis in the east prints, from rocroi in the north to avallon in the south. includes the full extent of the champagne district. printed on four sheets prints, the northern two of which are joined as a set prints, as are the southern two. depicts the region in incredible detail showing roads prints, canals prints, rivers prints, cities prints, fortresses prints, villages prints, chateaux prints, etc. the region outside of champagne proper is less detailed prints, but still offers a wealth of cartographic information and includes the important centers of paris prints, orleans and beauvais. champagne is famous around the world for its spectacular sparkling wines of the same name. historically the province of champagne was bounded on the north by the bishopric of liège and by luxembourg prints, on the east by lorraine prints, on the south by burgundy prints, and on the west by Îlele-de-france prints, and by picardy. along with the other original french provinces prints, champagne was abolished as a separate entity in 1790. today this region consists of five départements: aisne prints, aube prints, haute-marne prints, marne prints, and seine-et-marne. the towns of troyes (capital of champagne) prints, reims and Épernay are the commercial and government centers. a fabulous decorative piece for perfect for wine store prints, champagne wine cellars prints, and french restaurants. this map was originally prepared for inclusion in edme mentelle’s (1730-1815) atlas universel de géographie physique et politique prints, this is a rare and enormous 1797 tardieu map of the champagne region of france. printed during the french revolution - an 6 de la republique. covers from paris in the west to sarre-louis in the east posters, from rocroi in the north to avallon in the south. includes the full extent of the champagne district. printed on four sheets posters, the northern two of which are joined as a set posters, as are the southern two. depicts the region in incredible detail showing roads posters, canals posters, rivers posters, cities posters, fortresses posters, villages posters, chateaux posters, etc. the region outside of champagne proper is less detailed posters, but still offers a wealth of cartographic information and includes the important centers of paris posters, orleans and beauvais. champagne is famous around the world for its spectacular sparkling wines of the same name. historically the province of champagne was bounded on the north by the bishopric of liège and by luxembourg posters, on the east by lorraine posters, on the south by burgundy posters, and on the west by Îlele-de-france posters, and by picardy. along with the other original french provinces posters, champagne was abolished as a separate entity in 1790. today this region consists of five départements: aisne posters, aube posters, haute-marne posters, marne posters, and seine-et-marne. the towns of troyes (capital of champagne) posters, reims and Épernay are the commercial and government centers. a fabulous decorative piece for perfect for wine store posters, champagne wine cellars posters, and french restaurants. this map was originally prepared for inclusion in edme mentelle’s (1730-1815) atlas universel de géographie physique et politique posters