Shanghai’s Lao Tang (‘Old Church’) in Historical Cartography. Mapping and Perception of a Sensitive Place

Piastra, Stefano (2014) Shanghai’s Lao Tang (‘Old Church’) in Historical Cartography. Mapping and Perception of a Sensitive Place. In: Historical Geography and Cartography of the Far East , October 25th, 2014, Fudan University, Institute of Historical Geography, Shanghai.
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The paper, discussed at the Symposium, deals with the historical mapping of the so-called 'Lao Tang' ('Old Church'), the oldest Catholic church in Shanghai, founded in 1640 ca. by Italian Jesuit Francesco Brancati.

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