Re: Lemberg/Lwow/Lvov 1849/1853 Cadastral Map on the Gesher Galicia Map Room #austria-czech
In response to our indefatigable Pamela...
The 1849 map is a wonderful source for research. Our family dwelt at
Peltewna St. The map gave us the parcel number -- 2277. Using the
parcel number a bulk of documents stored in the Tabula register
discovered many many details about the family day to day life. The map
also unrevealed where the family soap factory was located in the house
The map gives us a good picture of the many synagogues in the area.
On the south-western corner of Theodore's Square, one can see the
Jacob Glanzer. It was built in 1841-1844. The other synagogues visible
in the cadastral map in that area are the Beit Midrash of the Suburb (to
the southeast of Jakub Glanzer) and the Great Synagogue of the Suburb
(further to the southeast). The Temple is located to the east of this
group, on the eastern side of Zolkwier Haupt Strasse (Zolkiewska).
Knowing the prayer places one can look if there exist documents about
So thank you Gesher Galicia and hurray to Jay Osborn.
Association for the Commemoration of Lwow Jewish Heritage - ACLS
Pamela Weisberger <email@example.com> wrote:
Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce the first cadastral map of
Lemberg/Lwow/Lvov to be posted in our Cadastral Map Room:
A complete cadastral map of the city of Lemberg surveyed 1849 and
lithographed in 1853. A very clear and beautiful full-color cadastral
map, showing this gem of the Austrian Empire already developed with
many of the streets and significant buildings still visible today. The city
center is ringed by numbered quarters and well-built named
neighborhoods, including at least three known Jewish districts. All
buildings and land parcels are numbered. Labeled on the map are two
synagogues and almost two dozen churches and monasteries, major
Jewish and Christian cemeteries, military and other imperial facilities,
theaters, parks, schools, and more, with many named streets and