A complete cadastral map of the city of Lemberg (Lwów, Львів, Lviv, Lwow, Lvov, לעמבערג), 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 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 squares. This historic paper map is preserved by the Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in Lviv (TsDIAL).