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The Princeton University Digital Library has a range of collections that showcase the globe and its many cultures. This particular gem brings together wonderful publications on Paris architecture and urbanism, including a number of works by Austrian-born Jean-Charles Krafft, who is remembered for his detailed documentation of "the most elegant" French neoclassical buildings. During his life he worked tirelessly to confirm these particulars through correspondence with architects and on-site drawings. All told there are nine documents in this collection, including the 1734 Plan of Paris by Louis Bretez. Visitors can explore all of these items in great detail and urbanologists especially will find much to admire within them.

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