Detailed color-printed antique map of Moscow, published in 1881.
The map divides Moscow into a grid with 127 sections (though not all are shown). It is signed by the Major General in charge of the Moscow City Police.
At the top of the map is the Coat of Arms of the City of Moscow, featuring St. George Slaying the Dragon.
Roads and parks are illustrated in great detail. Important buildings are named in Russian.