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Denmark Marco Polo Road Atlas

Author : Marco Polo
ISBN : 3829737033
Genre : Travel
File Size : 58.11 MB
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Marco Polo Atlases feature unique spiral binding with a wrap-around spine. The high quality cartography with distance indicators and scale converters aid route planning. A fold-out overview map is ideal for route planning and 7 self-adhesive Marco Polo mark-it stickers can be used to pin-point a destination or route for future reference. Scenic routes and places of interest are highlighted - ideal for touring holidays. They also contain a comprehensive index and inset street plans of major cities. The scale is 1:200 000.
Category: Travel

Everyman Mapguides Copenhagen

Author : Marco Polo
ISBN : 1841592897
Genre : Copenhagen (Denmark)
File Size : 70.44 MB
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You will find in the Copenhagen guide 6 fold-out maps + 2 fold-out spreads (Welcome and Transports and Hotels). A choice of 60 sites not to be missed, organised by district. Details of more than 100 restaurants, caf s, theatres, music venues, shops, markets etc. All the practical advice needed. A list of the best places to stay, from budget hotel to luxury palace.
Category: Copenhagen (Denmark)

Baltic Sea Cruise Ports Marco Polo Pocket Guide

Author : Marco Polo Travel Publishing
ISBN : 3829708092
Genre :
File Size : 22.55 MB
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Sail away on your Baltic Cruise with this handy, pocket-sized, authoritative guide, packed with Insider Tips. Simple, clear and informative, this handy, pocket-size guide is perfect to pop in a pocket or handbag and comes with 2 easy-fold, pull out maps showing all the port cities as well as an overview of the region.

Copenhagen Marco Polo Guide

Author : Marco Polo
ISBN : 382970710X
Genre : Travel
File Size : 56.84 MB
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Marco Polo Guides are packed with unique insider tips. Straightforward information is presented in an engaging format which will appeal to the young and the young at heart. Includes a street atlas and a separate pull-out map.
Category: Travel

Marco Polo S Journey To China Revised Edition

Author : Diana Childress
ISBN : 9781467703796
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 75.8 MB
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Can one book really change the world? A handwritten manuscript by Marco Polo in 1288 did. Polo, son of a wealthy Italian merchant, wrote about his incredible experiences traveling to China with his father and uncle on a trade expedition, and also about his adventures as an envoy of Kublai Khan, the ruler of most of China. Polo's book became a bestseller in Europe in the fourteenth century. It was copied over and over by hand, translated into fourteen languages, and became one of the first books to be printed after the invention of moveable type. The tales inspired others—including Christopher Columbus in the fifteenth century—to seek new sea routes for trade. Polo's adventures—and manuscript—are one of world history's most pivotal moments.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Marco Polo Didn T Go There

Author : Rolf Potts
ISBN : 9781932361711
Genre : Travel
File Size : 27.54 MB
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Marco Polo Didn’t Go There is a collection of rollicking travel tales from a young writer USA Today has called “Jack Kerouac for the Internet Age.” For the past ten years, Rolf Potts has taken his keen postmodern travel sensibility into the far fringes of five continents for such prestigious publications as National Geographic Traveler,, and The New York Times Magazine. This book documents his boldest, funniest, and most revealing journeys—from getting stranded without water in the Libyan desert, to crashing the set of a Leonardo DiCaprio movie in Thailand, to learning the secrets of Tantric sex in a dubious Indian ashram. Marco Polo Didn’t Go There is more than just an entertaining journey into fascinating corners of the world. The book is a unique window into travel writing, with each chapter containing a “commentary track”—endnotes that reveal the ragged edges behind the experience and creation of each tale. Offbeat and insightful, this book is an engrossing read for students of travel writing as well as armchair wanderers.
Category: Travel

Ancient Ocean Crossings

Author : Stephen C. Jett
ISBN : 9780817319397
Genre : History
File Size : 63.97 MB
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Ancient Ocean Crossings paints a compelling picture of impressive pre-Columbian cultures and Old World civilizations that, contrary to many prevailing notions, were not isolated from one another, evolving independently, each in its own hemisphere. Instead, they constituted a “global ecumene,” involving a complex pattern of intermittent but numerous and profoundly consequential contacts. In Ancient Ocean Crossings: Reconsidering the Case for Contacts with the Pre-Columbian Americas, Stephen Jett encourages readers to reevaluate the common belief that there was no significant interchange between the chiefdoms and civilizations of Eurasia and Africa and peoples who occupied the alleged terra incognita beyond the great oceans. More than a hundred centuries separate the time that Ice Age hunters are conventionally thought to have crossed a land bridge from Asia into North America and the arrival of Columbus in the Bahamas in 1492. Traditional belief has long held that earth’s two hemispheres were essentially cut off from one another as a result of the post-Pleistocene meltwater-fed rising oceans that covered that bridge. The oceans, along with arctic climates and daunting terrestrial distances, formed impermeable barriers to interhemispheric communication. This viewpoint implies that the cultures of the Old World and those of the Americas developed independently. Drawing on abundant and concrete evidence to support his theory for significant pre-Columbian contacts, Jett suggests that many ancient peoples had both the seafaring capabilities and the motives to cross the oceans and, in fact, did so repeatedly and with great impact. His deep and broad work synthesizes information and ideas from archaeology, geography, linguistics, climatology, oceanography, ethnobotany, genetics, medicine, and the history of navigation and seafaring, making an innovative and persuasive multidisciplinary case for a new understanding of human societies and their diffuse but interconnected development.
Category: History

Who Owns Whom

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ISBN : NWU:35556028453124
Genre : Corporations
File Size : 77.9 MB
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Category: Corporations