High quality giclee reproduction of an antique printed color comparative illustration of the heights of buildings "of the Old World." Includes a key at the bottom of the map to identify each building. Printed color of each building represents its building materials (e.g. Red indicates Brick, Yellow indicates gold, etc.). At this time (print published in 1883), the Cologne Cathedral was the tallest man-made structure in the world. This print has not been photoshopped and it includes the minor stains that were present on the original, giving is a realistic antique look. Measures approximately 11" x 13.5" to the edges of the printed area.
Item Number: REP711