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Venice

Langenscheidt Publishers - 2008 - Travel - No preview available
Insight Guides, the world's largest visual travel guide series, in association with Discovery Channel, the world's premier source of nonfiction entertainment, provides more insight than ever. From the most popular resort cities to the most exotic ...

Venezia, dove trovare... Ediz. inglese

Ruggero Rugolo - 2002 - Travel - No preview available

The Venetians

Paul Strathern - 2013 - History - No preview available
The Republic of Venice was the first great economic and naval power of the modern Western world. After winning the struggle for ascendency in the late 13th century, the Republic enjoyed centuries of unprecedented glory and built a trading empire ...

Venice: The Golden Centuries

2012 - Art - No preview available
A book that will captivate your senses as Venice may captivate its visitors

Mermaids of Venice

Silas Knight - 2011 - Fiction - No preview available
Bernard is a lonely man with an obsession for words, a dead-end job, and a slight case of invisibility. Petty thievery helps him pass the time, but it all changes when a random visit to the doctor informs him that he has less than one month to ...

Venice: Lifestyle

Alain Vircondelet - 2006 - Architecture - Snippet view

Venice: History

Alain Vircondelet - 2006 - Architecture - No preview available
"A deliciously familiar yet seemingly untouchable and magical world, Venice has an unparalleled legacy of monuments, traditions, and culture dating back more than 1600 years. From the fogs that haunt its streets to the sunlight that bathes its ...

Venice: Art and architecture

Alain Vircondelet - 2006 - Architecture - Snippet view

Irresistible North: From Venice to Greenland on the Trail of the Zen Brothers

Andrea Di Robilant - 2011 - History - No preview available
Investigates the Zen family's claims about their explorations in the North Atlantic, considers the narrative by their 1558 statesman ancestor, the nineteenth-century charge of misrepresenting their achievements, and the author's own attempt to ...