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The Most Beautiful Villages Of Provence

Author : Michael Jacobs
ISBN : 0500541876
Genre : Photography
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A place apart, a land of outstanding beauty and distinction, Provence is nothing less than an earthly paradise.
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The Most Beautiful Country Towns Of Provence

Author : Helena Attlee
ISBN : 0500510873
Genre : History
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A lavishly illustrated survey includes coverage of the regional centers of Arles and UzFd, the antique markets of L'Isle-sur-la-Sourge, the Riviera resort of HyFres, the mountainous Saint-Martin-VTsubie, coastal and Italianate Menton, and perfume capital Grasse. 20,000 first printing. BOMC.
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The Most Beautiful Villages Of Ireland

Author : Christopher Fitz-Simon
ISBN : 050028931X
Genre : Travel
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Showcases some of the most beautiful towns and villages in Ireland through text and photographs.
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The Most Beautiful Villages Of Brittany

Author : James Bentley
ISBN : 0500019355
Genre : History
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A striking visual tour of one of Europe's most unique landscapes focuses on the Brittany coast of France, moving through the region's small villages to find Gothic architecture, castles, and a living fishing tradition scattered along the rocky shoreline and amid the fertile plains. BOMC.
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The Most Beautiful Villages Of Greece

Author : Mark Ottaway
ISBN : 0500289301
Genre : History
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The loveliest villages created by the indomitable Greek spirit, all set in a landscape of overwhelming magnificence.
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The Most Beautiful Villages Of Spain

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ISBN : 9780500511282
Genre : Photography
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The bestselling Most Beautiful Villages series now takes colorful, romantic, vibrant Spain as its subject. Traditional architecture and dramatic natural settings place these villages among the most unspoiled and appealing in Europe. Photos.
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The Most Beautiful Villages Of Normandy

Author : Hugh Palmer
ISBN : 0500510725
Genre : Photography
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Photographs depict the architecture and surrounding countryside of the rural Normandy region of France.
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The Most Beautiful Villages Of Scotland

Author : Hugh Palmer
ISBN : 0500511640
Genre : Photography
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A collection of lavish photographs celebrates some of Scotland's most scenic glens and lochs, in a tribute that features such subjects as the picturesque fishing village of Auchmithie, the Edinburgh-surrounded community of Dean Village, and the island port-village of Tobermory on Mull. 15,000 first printing. BOMC.
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Cooking Up A Provence Vacation

Author : Lovern Root King
ISBN : 9780759619500
Genre : Cooking
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All About the Personal Computer is about understanding the internal computer system. Many people have questions about computer terminology, its birth, components, and what are their functions inside a computer. This book illustrates the basic components and how they interact with each other to form a fairly complex device that is known as a "computer." It gives a brief history of the change in electronics technology from the early 80's to today's computers. In the past two decades, computers have evolved into every home and office. They are getting smaller in size and bigger in performance, but overall the basic function is still the same: Processors, Memories, and Interfaces (Input/Output).
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An American Provence

Author : Thomas P. Huber
ISBN : 9781457111709
Genre : Science
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"I have talked about luscious wines and succulent fruit and exquisite dinners. But there may be no more evocative experience of the two valleys than the smell of new-mown hay in the fields at dusk. If a person were to close their eyes, they could not tell if they were in Provence or the North Fork Valley. That sweet, earthy odor is part of the beauty of these places." -From An American Provence In this poetic personal narrative, Thomas P. Huber reflects on two seemingly unrelated places-the North Fork Valley in western Colorado and the Coulon River Valley in Provence, France-and finds a shared landscape and sense of place. What began as a simple comparison of two like places in distant locations turned into a more complex, interesting, and personal task. Much is similar-the light, the valleys, the climate, the agriculture. And much is less so-the history, the geology, the physical makeup of villages. Using a geographer's eye and passion for the land and people, Huber examines the regions' similarities and differences to explore the common emotional impact of each region. Part intimate travelogue and part case study of geography in the real world, An American Provence illuminates the importance sense of place plays in who we are.
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