Philippe Vandermaelen (1795–1869) was a Belgian geographer.
Supported by the fortune of his parents and assisted by his brother, Vandermaelen built a spacious geographical Institute in 1829, in which he installed a map-drawing section, a library, and a museum.
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[proof state] Carte topographique de la Palestine / Dressée d’après la carte topographique levée par le savant Jacotin…
Unrecorded proof state of the Vandermaelen-Jacotin map of Palestine.Place/Date: Brussels / 1847$675 Add to cart