New Orleans in 1718 as a project. A rather naive one, as the relative scale of things is quite unaccurate (the relation between the river and the Pontchartrain lake is an example).
New Orleans in 1744. Things have become more real (lots, buildings), the size of things is also more accurate
Havana in 1743. A city turned towards its bay, as the coast to the open sea is more complex to defend against raiders.
Marseilles in 1743, a city still mainly concentrated north of the Vieux Port
In 1836 Marseilles has substantially expanded, in less than a century
Seville in 1590. A large city, which controlled a substantial part of the American trade
Seville in 1771. A more complex city, but not a much bigger one.