Old Maps Collection
Planta da Peninsula de Macau
Heitor, António, fl. ca. 188--ca. 189-
Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa
JPEG, 15329 × 20718, 89.5MB
Physical Map Dimension (cm):
77 x 50 cm, on sheet 113 x 72 cm
Plan of Macau in the late 19th century with stylized built-up typical of a plan. The major civil, religious and military buildings are colored red; however others are also identified such as pagodas, cemeteries, churches, hospitals, gardens and beaches. The built environment is in the south of the small peninsula, while the north-east corner is still cultivated. All streets and lanes are shown and most are named. The north-east corner of the island was untouched at this point with the Green Island present with the cement factory identified.
Original is a colored lithograph, 81 x 57 cm.
On the left bottom corner of the map: "Assumpção, lith.". And on the right bottom corner: "Lithographia da Imprensa Nacional."
Insignia of the Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa above the title.
A 4-point compass rose with an arrow indicating north. Some scroll work elements decorate the title.
Relief shown pictorially, by form lines, spot heights and rock drawings.
Map outlined in double fillet.
City Plans of Macao.
Harvard College Library
Provenance Call No.:
G7823.M2 1889 .H4