A complete full-color lithographed cadastral map of the small city of Grybów near Nowy Sącz, surveyed in 1846. This is a final-stage cadastral map including building and land parcel numbers but no house numbers. Grybów's compact layout may be due to its hilly setting; the city is purported to have the steepest town square in central Europe. Marked map details include two small churches and a Christian cemetery, one or more mills on a man-made canal, and a quarry. The map also incorporates extensive redline revisions which include the future train station and its rail line which weaves around the city to avoid steep slopes. This historic paper map is preserved by the Archiwum Narodowe w Krakowie.