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Puzzle Sevilla


The Tachymetric Plan of Seville and its outskirts, dated 1890, was authored by the Spanish architects Juan Talavera y de la Veja and Ricardo María Vidal y de Soto. In addition to identifying the private buildings (in black) and the official civil or military buildings (in pink), the map also indicates churches (in grey), train lines (in blue) and tram lines (in red). Since it is a tachymetric map, meaning it was surveyed with a topographic instrument called a tachymeter, this document includes the elevations of the streets and other urban spaces. These elevations are indicated in the section drawing located in the lower part of the map that shows the levels reached by the water in the floods of 1856 and 1876. On the right-hand side of the map, there is an altimetric graph indicating the main points of the city’s water supply, whose highest point was the Zacatin hill, an elevation located about 70 km northeast of Seville.

Number of pieces: 540

Dimensions: 35 x 50 cm

Box dimensions: 8 x 8 x 28cm

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