de Gruyter's ATLAS OF JERUSALEM, published 1973
190 EUR instead of 490 EUR
This remarkable work, edited by the Geography Dept of the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem and published by Walter de Gruyter, Berlin shows the
development and expansion of Jerusalem from its beginnings around 3000 BC
until 1973. The main focus is on the 1960ies.
The Holy City is depicted on 53 large folding colour maps (each 65.5 x 48
cm). Maps and legend are bi-lingual (English and Hebrew), the accompanying
text volume (173 pp) is in English. Both are stored in a cloth covered
wooden box (53 x 37 x 4.5 cm).
The Atlas of Jerusalem has additional political relevance as the work was
completed before 1973.
Contents: The Region / Quarters and Streets / History / Urban Structure /
Land-Use / Public Institutions / Transportation / Population / Town Planning
/ Changes after 1967
This offer applies to the publisher's remaining stock of 5 copies.