If you came to this article directly, you should probably start reading the first one here: "The landscape panorama of Vesalius' muscle men (1)", then come back.
I had always looked at these panorama images as only one, the one that is formed by the anterior views (and one lateral view) of the muscle men plates which I shared with you in the first article. In fact the image in the first article I made many years ago using digital images I have of Vesalius' Fabrica. It was not only until today, when I received an interesting BBC article sent to me by my friend Pascale Pollier that I looked at the panorama formed by the posterior view images of the muscle men. After some work with these images I made the image shown here. If anything this panorama is even better!
In the enlarged version that appears when you click on the image on this article you can see how some houses' roofing and arches are shared between plates. Towards the right side of this panorama you can clearly see a meandering stream that passes through several plates. Another incredible fact of this masterpiece by Andrea Vesalius.