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The 500 Hidden Secrets Of Antwerp

Author : Derek Blyth
ISBN : 9460581102
Genre : Travel
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What are the 5 most stunning restaurants in Antwerp? What are the 5 most surprising sculptures in the Middelheim open-air museum? What are the 5 best swimming pools in the city? What are the 5 best tram rides and where can you discover the 5 most secret streets? The 500 Hidden Secrets of Antwerp reveals these good-to know addresses and many, many more. It is an affectionate guide to the city. Derek Blyth writes about the 500 places and details in Antwerp that few people know, like the secluded garden of the Rockox house or art cinema Klappei. Some are places to visit, others are bits of information, for example on famous people who were born in Antwerp (Panamarenko, Pieter Paul Rubens...) The aim is not to cover the city form A to Z, but to inspire. The book also contains a number of maps, on which you can find all the numbered locations. This is a book for visitors who want to avoid the usual tourist spots and for residents who are keen to track down the city's best-kept secrets. AUTHOR: Derek Blyth is a writer and journalist, originally from the ormer editor of The Bulletin and has written countless articles and books, including a regular column on Brussels life in Eurostar's Metropolitan Magazine. He gives guided tours and talks, he is co-founder of the discussion forum Cafe Europa and created the website www.mysecretbrussels.com. SELLING POINTS: This book reveals the 500 most fascinating places in Antwerp, along with extra details that no one knows Affectionate guide, written by a local journalist who knows the city intimately Essential for visitors who want to avoid the usual tourist spots, and for residents who are keen to track down the city's best-kept secrets 85 colour illustrations
Category: Travel

The 500 Hidden Secrets Of Ghent

Author : Derek Blyth
ISBN : 9460581226
Genre : Travel
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What are the 5 best new Flemish restaurants? Where would you find the 5 best antiques shops? Who are the 5 most innovative designers working in the city? Where are the 5 most unique and individual houses located? And if you wanted to find the most mysterious places in the Citadelpark, where are they? 'The 500 Hidden Secrets of Ghent' is a wonderfully eclectic guide to this multifaceted city. An insider's view of Ghent featuring little known facts and snippets of useful information, presenting the quirky and the off-beat, and sharing the whereabouts of some of the city's wonderful hidden gems like the Hotel Arnold Vanderhaeghen and the Gruut City Brewery. Aided by a team of bloggers, passionate about their native city, Derek Blyth has really captured the feel and flavour of Ghent. Packed with accessible, easy-to-read information, maps, itinaries, sections on food & drink, accommodation, green-spaces, museums, galleries and shops; an essential resource for the inquisitive traveller. AUTHOR: Derek Blyth is a writer and a journalist, originally from the UK, who has lived in Belgium for more than 20 years. He is a former editor of The Bulletin and has written numerous travel articles and guides, including a regular column on Brussels life in Eurostar's Metropolitan Magazine. Co-founder of the discussion forum Cafe Europa; he created the website www.mysecretbrussels.com. Additionally, he is the author of 'The 500 Hidden of Brussels' and 'The 500 Hidden Secrets of Antwerp'. SELLING POINTS: A practical guide to discovering Ghent's finest places, buildings, restaurant, shops, museums, neighbourhoods, parks, hotels and cafes 100 colour illustrations
Category: Travel

500 Hidden Secrets Of Bruges

Author : Derek Blyth
ISBN : 946058232X
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The city of Bruges is one of Belgium's most popular tourist destinations. Many people only visit its highlights and that's a pity, because there's so much more to experience.This new edition in Luster's successful, practical and attractive series of city guides is the perfect book for those who wish to discover the beautiful city of Bruges and avoid the usual tourist haunts, as well as for residents who are keen to track down the city's best-kept secrets. Journalist Derek Blyth leads you to the hidden gems of one of Belgium's most popular tourist destinations. Discover the Bruges that locals love in 100 savvy lists of 5, such as the 5 best restaurants for new Flemish cooking, 5 places to find new architecture, 5 enchanting bike routes around Bruges, the 5 most beautiful shop interiors, the 5 best summer bars and much more. AUTHOR: Journalist Derek Blyth was born in the U.K. but has lived in Belgium for more than 25 years. He has written countless articles about Belgian cities and books like Flemish Cities Explored. He is the author of The 500 Hidden Secrets of Brussels ISBN 9789460580925, The 500 Hidden Secrets of Antwerp ISBN 9789460581106, The 500 Hidden Secrets of Ghent ISBN 9789460581229, and of Hidden Belgium ISBN 9789460582141. SELLING POINTS: * A practical and inspirational insider's guide to Munich and its hidden secrets and addresses * A new edition in Luster's successful and attractive series of city guides 90 colour images
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The 500 Hidden Secrets Of Havana

Author : Magalie Raman
ISBN : 9460581897
Genre : Havana (Cuba)
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* An insider's guide to Havana and its hidden secrets and addresses * A new edition in Luster's successful, practical, and attractive series of city guides 'The 500 Hidden Secrets of Havana' is the perfect book for those who wish to dicover the city, but avoid all the usual tourist haunts, as well as for residents who are keen to track down the city's best-kept secrets. Also available: The 500 Hidden Secrets of Brussels ISBN: 9789460580925 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Antwerp ISBN: 9789460581106 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Ghent ISBN: 9789460581229 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Flanders Fields ISBN: 9789460581281 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Paris ISBN: 9789460581373 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Amsterdam ISBN: 9789460581441 The 500 Hidden Secrets of London ISBN: 9789460581731 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Barcelona ISBN: 9789460581748 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Lisbon ISBN: 9789460581755 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Copenhagen ISBN: 9789460581762 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Rotterdam ISBN: 9789460581786 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Berlin ISBN: 9789460581885
Category: Havana (Cuba)

The 500 Hidden Secrets Of Berlin

Author : Nathalie Dewalhens
ISBN : 9460581889
Genre : TRAVEL
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* An insider's guide to Berlin and its hidden secrets and addresses * A new edition in Luster's successful, practical, and attractive series of city guides The 500 Hidden Secrets of Berlin is the perfect book for those who wish to dicover the city, but avoid all the usual tourist haunts, as well as for residents who are keen to track down the city's best-kept secrets. Also available: The 500 Hidden Secrets of Brussels ISBN: 9789460580925 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Antwerp ISBN: 9789460581106 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Ghent ISBN: 9789460581229 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Flanders Fields ISBN: 9789460581281 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Paris ISBN: 9789460581373 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Amsterdam ISBN: 9789460581441 The 500 Hidden Secrets of London ISBN: 9789460581731 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Barcelona ISBN: 9789460581748 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Lisbon ISBN: 9789460581755 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Copenhagen ISBN: 9789460581762 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Rotterdam ISBN: 9789460581786 The 500 Hidden Secrets of Havana ISBN: 9789460581892
Category: TRAVEL

The Hidden Secrets Of Belgium

Author : Derek Blyth
ISBN : 9460582141
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* One if the first titles in the new Hidden Secrets series - countries and regions* Follows on from the phenomenally successful 500 Hidden Secrets series which focuses on cities around the worldJournalist Derek Blyth was born in the U.K. but has lived in Belgium for more than 25 years. He has written countless articles about Belgian cities (for example as editor-in-chief of The Bulletin) and books like Flemish Cities Explored. He is the author of The 500 Hidden Secrets of Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent, and Flanders Fields and the Belgian Coast. This brand new guide is his personal ode to the most beautiful and intriguing spots in what he calls 'the world's strangest country'. He shares secrets such as: - 3 weird rocky outcrops - the 3 most dreamy castles to visit - 4 places to see eccentric art - the 6 most bizarre buildings - 5 adventurous Ardennes hikes... and much more.
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Wunderwaffen The Secret Weapons Of World War Ii

Author : Mantelli - Brown - Kittel - Graf
ISBN : 9782372973267
Genre : History
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Vergeltungswaffen, retaliatory weapon, was a term coined during the Second World War to represent some Wunderwaffe, miraculous weapons, that Germany was developing. The "miracle" weapons, according to the propaganda, would have given a clear technological superiority of the German army and would have radically changed the course of the conflict, which has now clearly turned in favor of the Allies. The most famous Wunderwaffe, as well as some of the few to have been completed and widely used, were the Vergeltungswaffe, "vengeance weapons"; most still Wunderwaffe remained at the project level, as the German military nuclear program, or prototypes, such as the Panzer VIII Maus. Among the most famous are cited: the V1 flying bomb, the fighter interceptor Bachem Ba 349 Natter, the rocket V2, Wasserfall anti-aircraft missile, the V3 cannon and the cannon 21 cm K 12 (E). While the V1 can be considered a first draft of cruise missile, as it was flying on a cruise route to the target before you fall on the objective, the V2 rocket was the first real man-made and used in an armed conflict. Initially these weapons had their own names, but for the purposes of propaganda, Joseph Goebbels coined the name Vergeltungswaffen, "retaliatory weapons", since they were the first to bomb British popular districts of German cities, slaughtering innocent civilians.
Category: History

The Jews Of Spain

Author : Gerber
ISBN : 9781439107836
Genre : Religion
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The history of the Jews of Spain is a remarkable story that begins in the remote past and continues today. For more than a thousand years, Sepharad (the Hebrew word for Spain) was home to a large Jewish community noted for its richness and virtuosity. Summarily expelled in 1492 and forced into exile, their tragedy of expulsion marked the end of one critical phase of their history and the beginning of another. Indeed, in defiance of all logic and expectation, the expulsion of the Jews from Spain became an occasion for renewed creativity. Nor have five hundred years of wandering extinguished the identity of the Sephardic Jews, or diminished the proud memory of the dazzling civilization, which they created on Spanish soil. This book is intended to serve as an introduction and scholarly guide to that history.
Category: Religion