Until September 29, 2019, you can visit, in the Saló del Tinell in Barcelona, the exhibition The medieval metamorphosis, XIII-XV centuries, from the project Barcelona Mediterranean Capital of the Museu d'Història de Barcelona (MUHBA).

Among the materials of the exhibition there are several cartographic pieces of interest:

  • The drawing of 1389 that represents the engraved stone that was in the Plaça del Blat and that showed the administrative distribution of Barcelona in four quarters.
  • Fragments of a map of Italy recently found showing the Kingdom of Naples under the Catalan-Aragonese domain, attributed to Bartolomeo Pareto (1457).
  • Portulan chart with the representation of the Mediterranean, Black Sea included, and the North-East Atlantic (Pietro Russo, 1508).

The room booklet can be consulted here (in Catalan).