Available from Raven Maps and the University of Oregon

The University of Oregon and Raven Maps have teamed together to bring you the finest ever reproduction of the renowned Nolli Map of Rome. Vastly superior in cartographic detail, size, and quality of remastering to any previous single-sheet print of the Nolli Map, this is a true collector's piece.

Perfect for the home or office of anyone with sophisticated tastes and a discriminating eye, it is a delight to Rome enthusiasts, historians, architects, and map lovers alike. Beautiful as well as functional, the map works equally well for the modern traveller who wishes to navigate the city as it was in 1748, and still largely remains today. Despite dramatic advances in cartographic technology, no modern single sheet map of the city provides the same level of detail of the Eternal City.


A small, dedicated team of award-winning cartographers and architects at the University of Oregon have meticulously removed 18th century printing imperfections and blemishes due to age -- barely noticeable but critical when examined with a trained eye. The digitally remastered map, rendered as a single, uniform document without seams, is the first of its type. Created with 21st century technology, it rigorously honors the cartographic clarity and integrity of the display as drawn manually by Nolli over the course of nearly a decade.

Map Index

In its original printing, Nolli included an index of 1,320 sites in the city. The complete index is accessible on this website. By referencing a number on the map, you can determine the name, type of structure, location, period of construction, architect and more (e.g. St. Peter's NN1285).

Read more about the map here.

Now available in three formats:

Large Format Offset Litho Print
45 inches by 52.6 inches (114cm x 133cm)
Printed at a scale of 1:4,500 (approximately 2/3 the original), where 1 inch equals 375 feet.

Produced to the highest standards in mind, the lithographic edition is printed with stochastic screening on 100 lb Finch Fine paper. Stochastic screening is recognized for its superior representation of fine lines and tonal values, and is commonly used for printing high quality black and white photography. The process (in which printed dots are spread randomly throughout the image area instead of in a grid pattern) yields a warmer, less mechanical result perfect for a map of this vintage. A process black ink was used for the printed area and an antique tint lends the map an elegant look and feel.

Price: $125 ($150 laminated) (plus shipping)
Available from Raven Maps (1-800-237-0798) and the University of Oregon (541-346-3176).

Extra Large Format Canvas Print
83 inches by 72 inches (211cm x 183cm)
Printed at the original scale (1:2,900), where 1 inch equals ~580 feet.

For the most discerning customers, we now offering an exquisite, seamless original scale version of the map as a beautiful fine art print. It will make an unforgettable addition to an office or studio wall. This one-piece canvas print is very close in appearance to the original 18th century printing, perfectly true to the original designer's eye.

Price: $750 (plus custom shipping)
Available from Raven Maps (1-800-237-0798)

Extra Large Format Two-Sheet Photo Print
Two sheets, each 44 inches x 72 inches (112cm x 183cm)
Printed at the original scale (1:2,900), where 1 inch equals ~580 feet.

We are also offering a superior quality full-scale version of the map as a pair of overlapping photo paper prints (two vertical columns). This version has extremely rich, glossy blacks. Please note that for final display, this product requires professional splicing and mounting to achieve a virtually seamless final display. 

Price: $500 (plus shipping)
Available from Raven Maps (1-800-237-0798)

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