The Turgot map of Paris is a highly accurate and detailed map of the city of Paris, France, as it existed in the 1730s. It was published in 1739 as an atlas of twenty non-overlapping sectional bird's-eye-view maps, each approximately 50 cm × 80 cm (20 in × 31 in), in isometric perspective toward the southeast, as well as one simplified overview map with a four-by-five grid showing the layout of the twenty sectional maps. It has been described as "the first all-comprising graphical inventory of the capital, down to the last orchard and tree, detailing every house and naming even the most modest cul-de-sac". These are the eighteenth and nineteenth sheets of the Turgot map, covering part of the Porcherons and the Faubourg Saint-Honoré, suburbs to the northwest of the city, with a descriptive panel in the centre.
Map credit: Louis Bretez and Claude Lucas