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Italy- handbook for travellers. First Part, Northern Italy and Corsica (1869) (14781499694)
Identifier: 01637141.5320.emory.edu Title: Italy: handbook for travellers. First Part, Northern Italy and Corsica Year: 1869 ( 1860s) Authors: Karl Baedeker (Firm) Subjects: Publisher: Coblenz : K. Baedeker Contributing Library: Emory University, Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library Digitizing Sponsor: Emory University, Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: entirely remodelledby Galeazzo Visconti in 1393, destroyed by the French in1801, and refortified by the Austrians in 1849. At its base,immediately below the bridge, are the remains of an ancientsemicircular Roman Theatre (PI. 37), excavated in the court ofa private house. t7llcX»LtcHJNX. yR cut tact. A alia StazioxLeji A. Strada ferrata C D v 1 ^ icademicL. VAi.^..drchiow Ej$, 3. Camera diCommereiQ D.3. ... 4. Commando di Citta. ecli Tortezza.it.t. 5. CorteJmperiate I),E 3Gnuias.Bihlwt. \ \MuseoJ,icc0-. - fI OrUfbotanico 45frj 8. Ospeddlcwile JJs^ 9. ■ i nafifc...X.MlO./fcZoxzatfu/iw^i/e.M^ 11. ■ » £&&.. B.l £ 12. ■ * Vescooile J*X EW.TealroJiegw E.3.W14-. u p. ScientifiwB&fi 15 Teatro deila Societa . C4.16. » » VuyffianO D.2. M Torre deUa&abhia. . »3.18. deLpnhbUccOrolomt^i^..9. OffidoAetlaTofta C4. Chiese ^.SAndrea, D.34. \.S.A-poUonia> D.5.6, c. Barbara E.3. <L Barnabct B.5. e. CattedraU STietre D.3. tSJhuU* D.5. £. JnawUh B.4, nl Sebastuaw, B.6, Text Appearing After Image: Darmstadt ,E6 .Warner 169 34. From Verona to Mantua. From Mantua to Modena, Reggio, Parma, Cremona or Brescia. 22i;2 M. Railway in l;4 hr.; fares 4 fr. 40, 3 fr. 20, 2 fr. 30 c. Soon after quitting the station outside the Porta Nuova (p. 163)the train quits the Milan line (R. 27) and leads to the S., acrossa richly cultivated and productive plain. Fields of rice areoccasionally seen, especially near Mantua. Stat. Dossobuono,then Villafranca; here was signed the celebrated treaty betweenthe French and Aiistr:an Emperors, July 11th, 1859, which ter-minated the Italian war and was confirmed by the Peace ofZurich. About 5 M. to the N.W. lies Custozza, where the Italianswere defeated by the Austrians in 1848 and 1866. Next stationsMozzecane, Roverbella, and Mantua. The railway-station is about 2^2 M. distant from the town.Omnibuses to the hotels in 35—40 min. (1 fr.); they start fromthe hotels for the station l1^ Dr- before the departure of thetrain. Fiacre 2, there and back 3 fr. Midway Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.