Marco Polo City Map Berlin

Author: Polo Marco
Editor: Marco Polo
ISBN: 9783829769525
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The optimum city maps for exploring, shopping and much more. The laminated, pocket format is easy to use, complete with public transport maps. The detailed scale shows even the smallest streets and it includes an extensive street index. The map also features the Top 10 highlights the city has to offer. Map Scale - 1 : 15 000

Marco Polo Berlin

Author: Marco Polo
Editor: Marco Polo
ISBN: 9783829768276
File Size: 36,83 MB
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Marco Polo Handbooks offer expert advice and are aimed at travelers looking for in-depth coverage of a destination – from detailed cultural information to Insider Tips – in an easy to use format. Whatever your mood or interests, Marco Polo Handbooks are the perfect travel companion.

Berlin Marco Polo Guide

Author: Christine Berger
Editor: Lonely Planet
ISBN: 3829706537
File Size: 40,40 MB
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People have always been hooked on Berlin. The setting for momentous political and historical events and haven for various lifestyles and artistic movements, the city never stops reinventing itself. Despite its tumultuous past, today Berlin considers itself very much at the modern heart of Europe and is acknowledged as a trendsetter the world over. Surrounded by lakes and forests, offering plenty of recreational activities - it is also a place to find peace and tranquillity. Berlin is a metaphor for life, with all its highs and lows; at the interface between Western and Eastern Europe, the important things in life are tangible here. MARCO POLO Berlin guides you though a city of design, the city of The Wall and the metropolis that never closes. The practical, pocket-sized guide takes you on a tour through its endlessly varied museum and cultural landscape, and shows you its lively nightlife and enticing shops. The 'Where to Start' panels highlight the best places to begin sightseeing, the best places to shop, and the trendiest places to go in the evening. The Insider Tips explain how to take a ride in the U-Bahn Cabrio (open-top metro) and where to buy violet mustard, milk grappa, and garlic chocolates. The Best Of pages highlight some unique aspects of Berlin, recommend places to go for free, and have tips for rainy days and where you can relax and unwind. Panels in each chapter suggest things to do if you're on a tight budget and where to pick up some real bargains. The City Walks include exploring the past in the Hackesche Höfe (courtyards) and strolling along the line of the now vanished Wall. Excursions take you to the magnificent Prussian palace of Sanssouci and the waterside town of Köpenick with its historic centre. The Do's & Don'ts explain why its best to steer clear of conjuring tricks, and the Travel Tips tell you why it's best instead to put your money on the WellcomeCard. MARCO POLO Berlin provides comprehensive coverage of the city. To help you find your way around there's a detailed street atlas inside, a useful public transport map in the backcover, plus a handy pull-out map.

The Berlin 1945 Battlefield Guide

Author: David McCormack
Editor: Fonthill Media
ISBN:
File Size: 60,39 MB
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This highly detailed, absorbing battlefield guide is the ideal companion for anyone considering visiting the site of Hitler's `Gotterdammerung' in April-May 1945. Using his in depth knowledge as a historian and battlefield guide, David McCormack vividly describes the apocalyptic struggle played out amongst the ruins of a once great city. The author's intimate knowledge of the ground ensures that the Wagnerian climax of the Third Reich is presented in a series of dramatic tableaux which capture the regime's final convulsive death throes. Prepare for a fascinating journey across the Berlin battlefield as it is today. The Berlin 1945 Battlefield Guide: Part Two-The Battle of Berlin-is the essential guide to understanding both Hitler's downfall in Berlin and Stalin's greatest triumph.

The Berlin Cold War Companion 1945 1989

Author: David McCormack
Editor: Fonthill Media
ISBN:
File Size: 64,32 MB
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This highly detailed, absorbing Cold War guide is the ideal companion for anyone wishing to explore the once divided capital of Berlin. Using his in-depth knowledge as a historian and battlefield/historical guide, David McCormack describes in vivid detail the tension and drama of the long standoff between the superpowers which shaped the landscape of both a defeated Germany and Europe for years to come. Meticulous historical research combines with the author's intimate knowledge of Berlin to produce a user friendly guide rich in historical detail. Prepare for a fascinating journey across the Cold War landscape of Berlin as it is today.

The Book Of Ser Marco Polo The Venetian

Author: Marco Polo
Editor:
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File Size: 36,45 MB
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Germany Marco Polo Map

Author: Marco Polo Travel Publishing
Editor: Marco Polo Travel Publishing, Limited
ISBN: 9783829755900
File Size: 70,75 MB
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Let the Marco Polo map of Germany guide you around this wonderful country. Highly durable, this detailed, touring map of Germany folds away easily and is always on standby to help when you're stuck. Ideal for planning your trip before you go and for exploring while you're there. The map also features top sights not to be missed.

Map Link Catalog

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The Travels Of Marco Polo The Venetian

Author: Marco Polo
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File Size: 29,40 MB
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The Travels Of Marco Polo

Author: Marco Polo
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File Size: 79,12 MB
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The Book Of Ser Marco Polo The Venetian

Author: Marco Polo
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108022065
File Size: 69,87 MB
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The Book of Ser Marco Polo describes the thirteenth-century travels of Marco Polo through Asia, Persia, China and Indonesia.

The Book Of Ser Marco Polo The Venetian Concerning The Kingdoms And Marvels Of The East Newly Translated And Edited With Notes By Henry Yule

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Cartographies Of New York And Other Postwar American Cities

Author: Monica Manolescu
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319986635
File Size: 39,79 MB
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Cartographies of New York and Other Postwar American Cities: Art, Literature and Urban Spaces explores phenomena of urban mapping in the discourses and strategies of a variety of postwar artists and practitioners of space: Allan Kaprow, Claes Oldenburg, Vito Acconci, Gordon Matta-Clark, Robert Smithson, Rebecca Solnit, Matthew Buckingham, contemporary Situationist projects. The distinctive approach of the book highlights the interplay between texts and site-oriented practices, which have often been treated separately in critical discussions. Monica Manolescu considers spatial investigations that engage with the historical and social conditions of the urban environment and reflect on its mediated nature. Cartographic procedures that involve walking and surveying are interpreted as unsettling and subversive possibilities of representing and navigating the postwar American city. The book posits mapping as a critical nexus that opens up new ways of studying some of the most important postwar artistic engagements with New York and other American cities.

Historical Dictionary Of Berlin

Author: Ulrike Zitzlsperger
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 153812422X
File Size: 53,14 MB
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After World War II Berlin became one of the playgrounds of the Cold War; the Berlin Wall made the division between East and West, between ‘capitalism’ and ‘communism’ in 1961 highly visible, though it did remove Berlin from front-line politics. East and West Berlin had turned into shop-windows of ideologies – West Berlin representing the lure of a market economy, East Berlin the promise of socialism. It is, then, fitting that the fall of the Wall in 1989 awarded Berlin such a prominent role. It was here that the development after Reunification of East and West became a closely observed event – and, well beyond Germany, Berlin appeared to represent fundamental developments throughout Europe at the time. Today, Berlin is the capital of reunified Germany and therefore one of the key political players in the European Union (EU) and it’s now a desirable destination for young entrepreneurs. The Historical Dictionary of Berlin contains a chronology, an introduction, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has more than 300 cross-referenced entries on important personalities, places, institutions, and events. This book is an excellent resource for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about Berlin.

The Book Of Sir Marco Polo The Venetian Concerning The Kingdoms And Marvels Of The East

Author: Marco Polo
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Monthly Bulletin Of Books Added To The Public Library Of The City Of Boston

Author: Boston Public Library
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File Size: 60,87 MB
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Bibliographic Guide To Maps And Atlases

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File Size: 60,60 MB
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