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Tableau Physique des Andes et Pays voisins - Physical Tableau of the Andes and Neighboring Countries

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This illustration was based on Alexander von Humboldt's famous Naturgemälde (nature painting) of 1807, an early infographic that showed variation in the vegetation of the Andes. Altitudinal map of cinchona in the Andes, from Versuch einer Monographie der China by Heinrich Von Bergen, 1826

Copyright © The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Media ID 8886749

Date: 1st October 2013

Author: MR 12

Filename: 004866LA091020006_Humboldt.jpg

Image Size: 7683 x 4821 Pixels

Filesize is 11.86MB

Associated Categories: History

Associated Categories: Maps and Plans

Associated Categories: History

Keywords: andes, book illustration, cross section, geology, humboldt, kew library, map, mountain, plan