Books in category Travel – Europe

  • St Peter s

    St. Peter’s
    Keith Miller

    This book is a cultural history of one of the most significant structures in the West. It bears the imprint of Bramante, Raphael, Michelangelo, Bernini, and Canova.

  • Pays Baltes 2 Excursion √ Helsinki

    Pays Baltes 2 РExcursion à Helsinki
    Lonely Planet

    Ce chapitre Excursion à Helsinki est issu du guide consacré à la destination Pays Baltes. Tous les chapitres sont disponibles et vendus séparément. Vous pouvez également acheter le guide complet.

  • DuMont BILDATLAS Bretagne

    DuMont BILDATLAS Bretagne
    Klaus Simon

    DuMont Bildatlas Bretagne ‚Äď die Bilder des Fotografen Elan Fleisher zeigen faszinierende Panoramen und ungew√∂hnliche Nahaufnahmen.

  • Common Ground

    Common Ground
    Rob Cowen

    In this work he turns his focus to an underappreciated and under-illuminated landscapethe edgeland, or what he also refers to as the no man s land between city and country. Like an archaeologist, Cowen unearths human and natural histories.

  • Warwick A Short History and Guide

    Warwick A Short History and Guide
    Christine M. Cluley

    A beautifully illustrated, clear and concise guide to historic Warwick.

  • Lonely Planet London

    Lonely Planet London
    Lonely Planet, Peter Dragicevich, Steve Fallon, Emilie Filou, Damian Harper

    Note: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images found in the physical edition

  • Athenian Blues

    Athenian Blues
    Pol Koutsakis

    Stratos hates being called a hitman.

  • Rain

    Melissa Harrison

    In Rain, Melissa Harrison explores our relationship with the weather as she follows the course of four rain showers, in four seasons, across Wicken Fen, Shropshire, the Darent Valley and Dartmoor.

  • Lonely Planet Iceland

    Lonely Planet Iceland
    Lonely Planet

    Source: Nielsen BookScan. Australia, UK and USA Important Notice: The digital edition of this book may not contain all of the images found in the physical edition.

  • Romantic Geographies

    Romantic Geographies
    Amanda Gilroy

    As the essays demonstrate, romantic travelers went to war zones and imperial frontiers; they reported on hotels and health spas; their concerns included ethnography, medicine, politics, and aesthetics.

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