A black-and-white general plan and street map of the city of Przemyśl (Перемишль, Pshemishl, פשעמישל) produced by the printers Praca in Przemyśl about 1925. Included is an extensive street index tied to the map grid; streets are labeled even in the dense historic city center, with streets around the Great Synagogue named for Jewish figures such as the poet Bialik and the physicist Einstein. A legend indicates 38 significant civil and religious community buildings, among them a Jewish hospital and a community office. Also featured are parks and several cemeteries, including both Jewish cemeteries and new war cemeteries. This historic paper map is from the collection of Ryszard Hubisz and presented by the WIG Map Archive. This map is watermarked.