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Abandoned Places

While his crew is resting at the pool, pilot and photographer Henk Van Rensbergen leaves for an expedition to abandoned hotels, overgrown factories, or desolate, green places. Van Rensbergen always manages...

A Glass Apart: Irish Single Pot Still Whiskey

”A must read book for any fan of Irish whiskey. At a time when the category is making the mightiest of comebacks Fionnan O`Connor has written a gem of a book, digging deep in to the heart of his country`s...

Arctic

The Greek explorer Pytheas gave the most northern part of Europe a name: Ultima Thule. Around the year 350 BC he travelled to the furthest northern reaches humanly possible at that time. His Ultima Thule...

Be NY: From Tourist to New Yorker

Discover together with Patrick van Rosendaal the life, preferences and habits of 24 colourful New Yorkers. They happily share their experiences and give you a unique look, from a different perspective,...

Berlin - Freedom Beyond the Wall

For forty years photography in Berlin had been held hostage, like the city, in a ferocious heart-rending ideological struggle, a new war of representation, played out in large part via the image, still...

Bicycling Through Time: The Farren Collection

Paul Farren claims he and his wife Charlie have around 85 percent of the pre-1900 bicycles in Australia - all under one roof in a Melbourne warehouse-cum-museum. Thirty years of hunting them down and collecting...

Boutique London

To any style conscious Londoner in the sixties just two places mattered: the King`s Road and Carnaby Street. By the end of the decade the whole world came to see and be seen, to take part in the theatre...

British Artists, 1880-1940

This source lists some 41, 000 artists and contains much information that has not previously been published.

Bruges City Guide: 2016

Bruges City Guide 2016 is THE most comprehensive guide to visiting the `Venice of the north`; this guide contains up-to-date information (opening hours etc.) on ALL places of interest, museums and attractions,...

Bruges City Guide: 2017

This definitive little guide will lead you on an adventure through the heart of a city you thought you knew, introducing the best shops, hotels, bed and breakfasts, cafes and restaurants. It includes three...

Congo (Belge)

This is the most recent project of `Magnum` photographer Carl De Keyzer; a sharp image of Congo as it is today. De Keyzer has visited places that were tourist hotspots before their independence and thus...

David Gentleman`s London

This beautiful book is a portrait of two Londons. One is a familiar and majestic capital; the other is a city less well known and often taken for granted. ”David Gentleman`s London” covers the capital...

David Gentlman`s Britain

From the remote Stone Age mounds and standing stones of the Orkneys to the well-trodden turf at Land`s End and from the fens of East Anglia to the wild mountains of Wales ”David Gentleman`s Britain”...

Discover Paris By Metro

The Paris Metro has 16 lines, 300 stations, runs for 214 kilometres, transports 4 million travellers per day. For the first time this guidebook reveals this wonderful network and its treasures. For each...

Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious: Design

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Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe: The Guide 2015-2016

The EFFE Guide is the festival guidebook celebrating the label and award recipients. It contains both inspiring articles on festival life as well as essential details on each festival taking part in this...

Expedition Naga

”Expedition Naga” is a multisensory trip into one of the world`s most remote and least accessible regions. Diaries written by British administrators/explorers during punitive expeditions in the 1920`s...

Follies of Europe

From the magical, ambitious charm of Portmeirion in North-West Wales, to the marvellous eccentricity of La Scarzuola of Montegabbione, Umbria, with its musical staircase and transparent pyramid, this book...

Gardens of Europe: A Traveller`s Guide

European Gardens have flourished for over 2,000 years and provided the greatest single influence upon gardening throughout the world. In this new and authoritative guide to the gardens of Europe, Charles...

Geo-Graphic Europe

Raw data is bewildering by itself, it means nothing, it scares and confuses. Human intellect rationalises the immense continuum of its surroundings by means of categorisations, tables, and timelines. With...

Gin & Tonic: The Complete Guide for the Perfect Mix

Gin & tonic, the drink of the eighties, is more fashionable than ever before. Bars, clubs, gin menus in restaurants - gin is everywhere. This beautifully compiled book is an essential guide for gin lovers...

Goncharova - The Art and Design of Natalia Goncharova

A contemporary of Picasso, Matisse and Kandinsky, Goncharova is now recognised as one of the leading Russian artists of the Twentieth Century. This book traces the development of her art from its impressionist...

Grand Canal - A History of Venice

”The Grand Canal” is the majestic setting of a colourful drama - the history of the Serene Republic of Venice, based on magnificent events, sublime nobility and gossip, pride, subterfuge, high politics...

Kazakhstan

This book is essentially a portfolio of the religious experience in the Kazakh lands organized in two parts: the first devoted to the religions of the Steppes of Central Eurasia (present-day Kazakhstan)...

London Secrets: Style, Design, Glamour, Gardens

`London Secrets` unlocks the city`s most fascinating secrets. Janelle McCulloch strips away bricks, mortar and tarmac to uncover parts of the capital that even born and bred Londoners may never have seen....

London - The Thames

This title proceedes along the North Bank of the river Thames from Richmond Lock to Canary Wharf in an imaginary boat. Passing under dark bridges and see the light again while admiring a fabulous progression...

Lost Worlds

`Lost Worlds: Ruins of the Americas` is a unique visual exploration that vividly captures the haunting mystery and visual poetry of historic ruins throughout the Americas. This extraordinary collection...

Masterclass: Single Malt Whiskies of Scotland

Whisky buff Bob Minnekeer travels through Scotland and visits the 18 most high-profile distilleries, such as Bowmore, Glenfiddich and Auchentoshan. These distilleries are internationally renowned for their...

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