- Date: 1617
- Condition: AA
- Colour: original colour
- Size: (cm): 32.3 x 45.0
Title: 'Mons Calvariae'. Publication: Civitates orbis terrarum
Description: Mount Calvary (Kalwaria Zebrzydowska), a UNESCO World heritage site, was built on orders of Mikolaj (Nicholas) Zebrzydowski starting in 1600. In was meant to represent Jerusalem and the Way of the Cross and is a major pilgrimage site in southern Poland close to the town of Wadowice, the birthplace of Pope John Paul II.
Text on verso.
Condition: AA, small puncture in lower margin without lose. Slight toning along the outer edges of the sheet, outside of the engraved area.