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National Geographic Traveler: Berlin - Damien Simonis
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2006, ISBN: 0792262123

[SR: 1110404], Paperback, [EAN: 9780792262121], Bargain Price, National Geographic, National Geographic, Book, [PU: National Geographic], 2006-11-21, National Geographic, When the hated Berlin Wall was finally breached in 1989 thousands congregated joyfully at Brandenburg Gate to celebrate a new era—and ever since Berlin has reveled in its role as capital of the reunified Germany and one of Europe's most intriguing cities. Illustrated with nearly 200 vivid, up-to-date photographs and detailed, full-color maps, National Geographic Traveler: Berlin is an indispensable guide to this sophisticated metropolis, from the massive Reichstag building to the complex of museums and gardens at the former royal palace at Charlottenburg; from the chic shops of Kurfürstendamm to Frederick the Great's sumptuous palaces at Potsdam. After a detailed introduction to Berlin's unique history, food, land, and culture, author Damien Simonis explores each of the city's diverse neighborhoods. Among the sights: the fabled, tree-lined boulevard called Unter Den Linden; the Tiergarden, a large central park offering green relief; and the world-class museums clustered on Museum Island. Special sidebars give comprehensive information on such topics as the Berlin Wall; the city's Jewish community; and the famous Christmas markets. Another favorite feature: mapped, guided tours that include a walk through Red Berlin and a drive through Mecklenburg's lake district, plus an "Excursions" chapter on the best day trips out of the city. In addition, a thorough Travelwise section provides recommendations for hotels and restaurants in all price ranges and in all areas. If you're bound for Berlin, National Geographic Traveler is your passport to a memorable tr, 67613, Berlin, 16944, Germany, 16917, Europe, 27, Travel, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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[EAN: 9780792262121], [PU: National Geographic], Travel|Europe|Germany, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: When the hated Berlin Wall was finally breached in 1989 thousands congregated joyfully at Brandenburg Gate to celebrate a new era--and ever since Berlin has reveled in its role as capital of the reunified Germany and one of Europe's most intriguing cities. Illustrated with nearly 200 vivid, up-to-date photographs and detailed, full-color maps, National Geographic Traveler: Berlin is an indispensable guide to this sophisticated metropolis, from the massive Reichstag building to the complex of museums and gardens at the former royal palace at Charlottenburg; from the chic shops of Kurfrstendamm to Frederick the Great's sumptuous palaces at Potsdam. After a detailed introduction to Berlin's unique history, food, land, and culture, author Damien Simonis explores each of the city's diverse neighborhoods. Among the sights: the fabled, tree-lined boulevard called Unter Den Linden; the Tiergarden, a large central park offering green relief; and the world-class museums clustered on Museum Island. Special sidebars give comprehensive information on such topics as the Berlin Wall; the city's Jewish community; and the famous Christmas markets. Another favorite feature: mapped, guided tours that include a walk through Red Berlin and a drive through Mecklenburg's lake district, plus an "Excursions" chapter on the best day trips out of the city. In addition, a thorough Travelwise section provides recommendations for hotels and restaurants in all price ranges and in all areas. If you're bound for Berlin, National Geographic Traveler is your passport to a memorable trip.

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When the hated Berlin Wall was finally breached in 1989 thousands congregated joyfully at Brandenburg Gate to celebrate a new era--and ever since Berlin has reveled in its role as capital of the reunified Germany and one of Europe's most intriguing cities. Illustrated with nearly 200 vivid, up-to-date photographs and detailed, full-color maps, "National Geographic Traveler: Berlin" is an indispensable guide to this sophisticated metropolis, from the massive Reichstag building to the complex of museums and gardens at the former royal palace at Charlottenburg; from the chic shops of Kurfurstendamm to Frederick the Great's sumptuous palaces at Potsdam. After a detailed introduction to Berlin's unique history, food, land, and culture, author Damien Simonis explores each of the city's diverse neighborhoods. Among the sights: the fabled, tree-lined boulevard called Unter Den Linden; the Tiergarden, a large central park offering green relief; and the world-class museums clustered on Museum Island. Special sidebars give comprehensive information on such topics as the Berlin Wall; the city's Jewish community; and the famous Christmas markets. Another favorite feature: mapped, guided tours that include a walk through Red Berlin and a drive through Mecklenburg's lake district, plus an "Excursions" chapter on the best day trips out of the city. In addition, a thorough Travelwise section provides recommendations for hotels and restaurants in all price ranges and in all areas. If you're bound for Berlin, "National Geographic Traveler" is your passport to a memorable trip. Berlin Simonis, Damien / Adenis, Pierre, National Geographic Society

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Berlin
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Simonis, Damien

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Berlin

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0792262123

When the hated Berlin Wall was finally breached in 1989 thousands congregated joyfully at Brandenburg Gate to celebrate a new era--and ever since Berlin has reveled in its role as capital of the reunified Germany and one of Europe's most intriguing cities. Illustrated with nearly 200 vivid, up-to-date photographs and detailed, full-color maps, "National Geographic Traveler: Berlin" is an indispensable guide to this sophisticated metropolis, from the massive Reichstag building to the complex of museums and gardens at the former royal palace at Charlottenburg; from the chic shops of Kurfurstendamm to Frederick the Great's sumptuous palaces at Potsdam. After a detailed introduction to Berlin's unique history, food, land, and culture, author Damien Simonis explores each of the city's diverse neighborhoods. Among the sights: the fabled, tree-lined boulevard called Unter Den Linden; the Tiergarden, a large central park offering green relief; and the world-class museums clustered on Museum Island. Special sidebars give comprehensive information on such topics as the Berlin Wall; the city's Jewish community; and the famous Christmas markets. Another favorite feature: mapped, guided tours that include a walk through Red Berlin and a drive through Mecklenburg's lake district, plus an "Excursions" chapter on the best day trips out of the city. In addition, a thorough Travelwise section provides recommendations for hotels and restaurants in all price ranges and in all areas. If you're bound for Berlin, "National Geographic Traveler" is your passport to a memorable trip.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780792262121
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0792262123
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2006
Editeur: NATL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
271 Pages
Poids: 0,499 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0792262123

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