This map was published in 1902 as an appendix to Guidebook to Lviv compiled by F. Baranskyy. Lithographic printing was done by Piller Lithography, Lviv” (Lit. Piller i S p. Lwów).
In the upper right corner of the map is the name: “Map of the Royal Capital City of Lviv” (Plan król. stoł. miasta Lwowa).
Beneath the name the following information appears: “Funded by the H. Altenberg Bookstore in Lviv” (Wydany nakładem księgarni H. Altenberga we Lwowie) and a key to the symbols used to indicate railroad tracks, electric and horse drawn (Tor kolejowy; Tramwaj elektryczny; [Tramwaj] konny).
In the lower right corner is information on where the map was printed: “Piller Lithography, Lviv” (Lit. Piller i S p. Lwów).
Along the left and right margins of the map is a list of the 108 objects identified on the map.