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Antique Map of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: Plano della Citta di S. Domingo by Giovanni Tommaso Masi, 1777

1777 Plano della Citta di S. Domingo

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By: Giovanni Tommaso Masi

Date: 1777 (circa) Liverno

Dimensions: 7.25 x 10.25 inches (18.42 x 26.04 cm)

This map by Italian cartographer Giovanni Tommaso Masi depicts the city of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, just at the time of the American Revolutionary War. Established in 1496, it was the first Spanish colony in the New World, and it remained under Spanish jurisdiction till 1844 when it declared its independence, naming itself the Dominican Republic.

The map depicts the city and its environs, and includes fortifications, roads, ports and topography. Vegetation and drainage are depicted and the coastlines, shoals and islands are shown in sharp detail. Water depths are delineated to aid navigation. Relief is shown pictorially. The map is oriented north by its miniscule compass rose, and a bar scale is included for distance calculations. An index with key is in the upper right quadrant.

Condition: Folded as published. The map is in A condition, a sharp impression on heavy paper. 

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