1759: John Rocque - Map of Cork city

Rocque's map of 1759 is one of the most detailed maps of Cork city in the eighteenth century.

John Rocque, a member of a Huguenot family which emigrated to London from France, was one of the best-known map makers of the eighteenth century.

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