1705 Map of the French Wine & Cheese Region of Languedoc, France ORIGINAL
1705 Map of the French Wine & Cheese Region of Languedoc, France ORIGINAL

1705 Map of the French Wine & Cheese Region of Languedoc, France ORIGINAL

1705 Map of the French Wine & Cheese Region of Languedoc, France ORIGINAL

1705 Map of the French Wine & Cheese Region of Languedoc, France ORIGINAL

1705 Map of the French Wine & Cheese Region of Languedoc, France ORIGINAL

1705 Map of the French Wine & Cheese Region of Languedoc, France ORIGINAL

1705 Map of the French Wine & Cheese Region of Languedoc, France ORIGINAL

Beautiful antique map of the Languedoc region of France with hand coloring. Overall framed size is 16″ x 20″. Gouvenement General de Languedoc et Partie de celuy de Guienne et Gascogne, ou se trouvent les Generalitez de Toulouse de Monpelier et de Montauban. From De Fer’s Atlas Curieux – a fascinating mix of maps, views, and plans unlike any other during its time. This beautiful map of the province of Languedoc, the French winemaking region in southern France. It is circa 1705 (per the date on the map). Covers from Auvergne to the Mediterranean with wonderful detail throughout, noting several towns, rivers and topographical features. The region of Languedoc is one of the largest wine producing region in France with some of the oldest vineyards. It is also famous for the production of cheeses including the Pelardon and Perail cheeses. Languedoc is also an important stopping point on the Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostella. Now, a bit of fine print. Increases will be between 4.9% and 11.9%. The item “1705 Map of the French Wine & Cheese Region of Languedoc, France ORIGINAL” is in sale since Thursday, October 31, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “a_grand_design” and is located in Snellville, Georgia. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Type: Map
  • Year: 1705
  • Country/Region: Languedoc / France
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