Irish Historic Towns Atlas No. 23: Carlingford

Irish Historic Towns Atlas No. 23: Carlingford

by Raymond Gillespie, Harold O'Sullivan
     
 

Irish Historic Towns Atlas, No. 23 details the topographical development of Carlingford, a port and fishing town at the gateway to south Ulster and north Leinster on Carlingford Lough. From its Anglo-Norman foundation, the picturesque town attracted many artists and travelers. Twenty maps and views are included, along with contemporary vignettes in the text section. A…  See more details below

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Irish Historic Towns Atlas, No. 23 details the topographical development of Carlingford, a port and fishing town at the gateway to south Ulster and north Leinster on Carlingford Lough. From its Anglo-Norman foundation, the picturesque town attracted many artists and travelers. Twenty maps and views are included, along with contemporary vignettes in the text section. A topographical gazetteer details c. 450 sites that contributed to the urban morphological development of Carlingford. This oversized, loose sheet pack, which also includes a fully searchable CD-ROM with high resolution maps and images for detailed examination, is part of the highly successful Irish Historic Towns Atlas series. The Irish Historic Towns Atlas project records the topographical development of a selection of Irish towns, both large and small.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781904890768
Publisher:
Royal Irish Academy
Publication date:
06/25/2011
Pages:
36
Product dimensions:
11.90(w) x 15.90(h) x 0.30(d)

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