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Ghent - A Travel Guide of Art and History

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Ghent's stunning architecture, artworks and religious buildings are treasures to behold - rich in splendid significance and beauty. Tragically, many travel guides simply brush over these beautiful creations as mere check boxes to tick during sightseeing in one of Belgium's loveliest and most underrated towns. By contrast, Ghent - A Travel Guide of Art and History is designed for tourists who want to achieve in-depth understanding. The book has been crafted as a companion to a more general city guide, to be read as you tour the greatest structures and edifices which Ghent offers in quantity. The beautiful old town,and the astounding ecclesiastical wonder of St. Bavo's Cathedral are described, with the stolid and ancient St. Michael's Bridge also featuring. Your traversal of Ghent will be graced with the happy memories of having seen and enjoyed the Belgian culture, food and hospitality plus a meaningful, intense understanding of how significant Ghent's art and architecture is.
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Product Details

ISBN
9781365133909
Edition
First Edition
Published
May 23, 2016
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
4.92 MB
Product ID
22709321

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