This is a close-up shot of the Plan Turgot. It shows the Seine, the Île Saint-Louis, the Île de la Cité, and parts of the Left and Right Bank. The mapmaker purposefully depicted Paris as resource-rich and bustling, with Venetian-looking boats crowding the banks of the Seine. Notre Dame de Paris is near the centre of the map. Just outside the frame of this detail is images of huge piles of lumber and other raw resources, meant to show off Paris' ability to consume.