Siberia Beresow. Russian Oblast Antique Bellin print 1758
Title: Vue de Beresow.
Description: View of Beresow Old Russian engraving of two churches with the river Severnaya Sosva in the foreground, on the river a ostiak-canoe.
Beresow located on the river Severnaya Sosva, nearly five mil from its outlet in the Ob, 100 mil north of Tobolsk. The city is perhaps best known as the place of exile and place of death of Prince Menshikov, and theTrade Route Beresow Sosva.
Jacques Nicolas Bellin (1703 – 21 March 1772)
(Royal Hydrographer, engineer of the French Navy and member of the Royal Society)
For Antoine-François Prevost's monumental 20 volume edition of L`Histoire Generale des Voyages published by Pierre de Hondt, The Hague between 1747 – 1780
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