Early 19th-century plan of the city and environs of Geneva, first published in Luffman's Select Plans. The map shows the tip of Lake Leman and the Rhone River, which divides the city in two. The layout of neighborhoods, fortifications, and features in the countryside are all shown.
Luffman's Select Plans is an uncommon traveler's guide that served to educate the intrepid traveler regarding any part of the world, from the major cities of Europe to the wild coasts of the Spice Islands. Each of Luffman's maps contained detailed coastal descriptions showing the major landmarks and cities, as well as basic but necessary navigational information. This plate appeared in the first of Luffman's two volumes.