The Cadastre and the City. A possible urban analysis of the 19th century

Ten years after the collapse of the Venetian Republic, 1807 marked a fundamental passage in the history of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy, regarding censuses and the representation of territories and urban zones. It was under Napoleon that the general Cadastre came into existence, which was later revised by the Austrian government, then by the Italian government. Thanks to the digitization of the maps and land registers, it is possible to conduct precise urban analyses on the quality of the buildings, plots and property.

Video realization by
Fab Lab, Venezia

on the occasion of the exhibition
Follow Up! Venice shares knowledge spaces
Biennale di Architettura
May 26 – November 25, 2018

Research project by
Archivio di Stato di Venezia
Università Iuav di Venezia, Laboratorio di Cartografia e Gis Circe

Digital copy of the cadastral documentation
Archivio di Stato di Venezia

Editing of the cadastral documentation
Laboratorio di Cartografia e Gis Circe (Iuav)

Video editing
Martin Romeo (Fab Lab)

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Oggetto:
Documenti in pergamena, tra i più antichi, appartenenti a fondi monastici

Ente:
Archivio di Stato di Venezia

Oggetto:
Miscellanea Codici, Storia Veneta (Cittadinanze e Genealogie)

Ente:
Archivio di Stato di Venezia

Oggetto:
Decime 1514

Ente:
Archivio di Stato di Venezia