City Scratch Off Map London

Author: Christina Henry de Tessan
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452144979
File Size: 18,99 MB
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This portable scratch-off maps transforms a trip through the city into a scavenger hunt to 30 of its most popular destinations. As travelers make their way to an attraction, they scratch to reveal fun facts and activities that lead to new discoveries and must-see highlights. With vibrant full-color artwork and text by the author of the bestselling City Walks decks, Christina Henry de Tessan, these unique maps lead travelers on a sightseeing adventure packed with fun for all ages.

City Scratch Off Map San Francisco

Author: Christina Henry de Tessan
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452144962
File Size: 30,18 MB
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This portable scratch-off maps transforms a trip through the city into a scavenger hunt to 30 of its most popular destinations. As travelers make their way to an attraction, they scratch to reveal fun facts and activities that lead to new discoveries and must-see highlights. With vibrant full-color artwork and text by the author of the bestselling City Walks decks, Christina Henry de Tessan, these unique maps lead travelers on a sightseeing adventure packed with fun for all ages.

City Scratch Off Map New York

Author: Christina Henry de Tessan
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452139869
File Size: 61,58 MB
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These portable scratch-off maps transform a trip through each city into a scavenger hunt through thirty of its most popular destinations. As travelers make their way to each attraction, they scratch to reveal fun facts and activities leading to must-see highlights and unexpected discoveries at each place. Illustrated in full-color and written by the author of bestselling City Walks decks, Christina Henry de Tessan, this map provides a one-of-a-kind travel adventure fun for all ages.

City Scratch Off Map Paris

Author: Christina Henry de Tessan
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9781452139852
File Size: 66,91 MB
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These portable scratch-off maps transform a trip through each city into a scavenger hunt through thirty of its most popular destinations. As travelers make their way to each attraction, they scratch to reveal fun facts and activities leading to must-see highlights and unexpected discoveries at each place. Illustrated in full-color and written by the author of bestselling City Walks decks, Christina Henry de Tessan, this map provides a one-of-a-kind travel adventure fun for all ages.

Bradt Slow Sussex South Downs National Park

Author: Tim Locke
Editor: Bradt Travel Guides
ISBN: 1841623431
File Size: 42,98 MB
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The only ?Slow' guide to Sussex and Britain's newest national park, the South Downs.

Slow Travel Sussex

Author: Tim Locke
Editor: Bradt Travel Guides
ISBN: 1784770426
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This new, thoroughly updated edition of Bradt's much-praised guide to Sussex, including the South Downs, Weald and Coast offers a greater and more personal selection of places to explore and discover than any other guide. Resident expert author Tim Locke takes a leisurely, detailed approach that is highly personal, honest and critical, encouraging you to slow down and take time to gain a deeper understanding of what makes this stunning region tick and why it deserves repeat visits. Sussex offers plenty of scope for 'Slow travel' with or without a car, including walks, pottering around on bikes, steam trains, volunteer-run buses, a solar-powered craft in Chichester harbour, or on small boats. This is a guide to the author's favourite places in Sussex - along the coast, in the South Downs and in the Weald. It doesn't attempt to cover everything but picks its way round the places that have particular distinctiveness, including the parts of the South Downs National Park that fall in Sussex. The coast - much loved by pleasure-seekers since the Prince Regent partied away at his Royal Pavilion in Brighton - is densely built up for much of the way, but Tim Locke includes all sorts of gems that could easily be missed, from a full-size replica of the painted ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in an obscure modern church to a unique factory in Hastings providing cloth flowers for movies and theatres. Also covered are a new walk down the deepest, loveliest dry valley on the Downs, a sheep farmer who opens her farm during the lambing season and, in the High Weald, some of the most magnificent of English gardens created in the 19th and 20th centuries. Sussex is less than 30 miles from the fringes of London, but a very different world, with an irresistible blend of history, archaeology (the author has been taking part in digs at a new site near Barcombe), pleasure-seeking, delectable scenery, world-class gardens, literary connections and some of the most quintessentially English scenery. New since the first edition, the South Downs National Park, established in 2011, was designated an International Dark Sky Reserve in 2016, while Brighton now has its spanking new i360 viewing tower, Hastings has rebuilt its pier and opened the Jerwood Gallery, and Ditchling Museum's spectacular revamp has caught the public imagination. Also new, Chichester's Novium Museum, developments at Battle Abbey, and Rathfinny Vineyard, set to become Britain's largest, along with how Sussex sparkling wine producers are beating the French champagne makers at their own game. From beaches to castles, cathedrals to modern art, restored mansions to vernacular architecture, this is the essential guide for discovering this popular region.

The Welcome Guest

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Kelly S Post Office London Directory

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The Illustrated London News

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Planning

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Information Graphics

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War Violence And The Modern Condition

Author: Bernd-Rüdiger Hüppauf
Editor: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110147025
File Size: 70,62 MB
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War and violence have been constitutive elements in the shaping of western civilization from antiquity to the present. PErceived interconnections between war, violence, and modernity have given rise to a number of theories from Walter Benjamin to Paul Virilio and Hans Magnus Enzensberger. This volume explores the specific role which war has played in the constitution of a modern mentality. IT is divided into three distinct but related parts: One dealing with issues of conceptualizing war, violence, and modernity/modernism; one is devoted to issues of the First World War as an exemplary experience in the 20th century; and one is concerned with issues of violence and its representation in the aftermath of the first modern war and up to the present.

Time Out London

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Editor: Penguin Group USA
ISBN: 9780140274493
File Size: 72,16 MB
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The seventh revised edition of a travel guide to London containing information on places to stay, sightseeing, the arts, shopping, entertainment, restaurants, bars and clubs. It is illustrated with maps and photographs.

Map Of Xvii Century England

Author: Great Britain. Ordnance Survey
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The Northwestern Miller

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Time Out London For Children

Author: Time Out
Editor: Time Out
ISBN: 9781905042166
File Size: 43,12 MB
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This seventh edition of Time Out London for Children gives the lowdown on how to navigate the city with children, tot to teenager, in tow. Whether a native or a visitor, all the information needed is contained within these pages, including in-depth reviews of the best sightseeing, hotels, cafés, restaurants, and shops, and comprehensive listings with opening hours, prices, and credit cards accepted.

Public Opinion

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Business Periodicals Index

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Scratch Music

Author: Cornelius Cardew
Editor: Mit Press
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"Any direction modern music will take in England will come about only through Cardew, because of him, by way of him. If the new ideas in music are felt today as a movement in England, it's because he acts as a moral force, a moral centre." This is Morton Feldman's assessment of Cardew's importance, an assessment that took on prophetic status when Cardew cofounded the Scratch Orchestra in 1969. This orchestra was a culmination of the ideals expressed in Cardew's own music in the 1960s when, working in almost total isolation from the musical establishment, he patiently drew together a large group of composers and performers into experimental music through his own compositional activities and through teaching. This group became the nucleus of the orchestra. The draft constitution of the Scratch Orchestra opens as follows: "Definition:A Scratch Orchestra is a large number of enthusiasts pooling their resources (not primarily material resources) and assembling for action (music-making, performance, edification). "Note:The word music and its derivatives are here not understood to refer exclusively to sound and related phenomena (hearing, etc).What they do refer to is flexible and depends entirely on the members of the Scratch Orchestra. "The Scratch Orchestraintends to function in the public sphere, and this function will be expressed in the form of—for lack of a better word—concerts." This lively book on the repertory the orchestra created is as much graphic and visual as it is verbal and about aural events and happenings. This is because scratch composers are often possessed of strong visual imaginations—after all, scratch music itself (as the above "Note" suggests) is meant to be perceived by the eye and indeed by all the senses and not just by the ear (the sensual mix varies from one composition to another). Also, the notation used in preparing scores for actual performance may be graphic, collage, verbal, musical, or whatnot. The main body of the book depicts a selection of such scores. They are composed of written words, photographs, maps, graphs, diagrams, musical flow charts, conventional musical notation, whimsical drawings, playing cards, crossword puzzles, and various other things. Together, they give the reader some idea of what it is like to put on a scratch music event.

The Rough Guide To Canada

Author: Tim Jepson
Editor: Rough Guides
ISBN: 9781843532668
File Size: 50,34 MB
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THE ROUGH GUIDE TO CANADA is the definitive handbook to this diverse country. Features include: Full-colour section introducing Canada's highlights. Detailed accounts of the big cities and small towns, from cosmopolitan Toronto and atmospheric Québec City to the Gold Rush-era relies of the Yukon. Discriminating reviews of hundreds of hotels, restaurants, bars and clubs to suit all tastes and budgets. Practical advice on a range of activities, from hiking and skiing in Banff to fishing and sailing in the Maritime Provinces. Expert background on Canada's history, wildlife and its aboriginal peoples. Maps and plans covering the entire country.