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Bridges of Venice, Walking Tours By James Broos
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This book provides a way to explore Venice, Italy in a manner never before available. The book divides the bridges of Venice into 27 tours. Each tour provides detailed, step-by-step instructions of... More > how to walk from one bridge to the next. A map of Venice shows the location of each tour. The book includes over 390 photographs of Venetian bridges. Tours take you to locations connected with Marco Polo, Vivaldi, Ernest Hemingway, and other famous people. This is a "must have" book for anyone who is serious about understanding and exploring Venice. A first-time visitor to Venice will discover this book to be very helpful in finding locations away from the hordes of tourists.< Less
Venice Bridges, A Pictorial Compilation By James Broos
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This book presents vivid color pictures of over 390 bridges located in Venice, Italy. This hardcover publication makes an exciting addition to any coffee table or book collection. Learn intricate... More > details about the most famous bridges of Venice. This book makes a wonderful gift for any avid traveler.< Less
History of Photography Calendar By Jonathan Spira
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The History of Photography calendar presents over two dozen significant cameras and images from the renowned Spira Collection, one of the world's foremost collections in the field of photography. ... More > Images were originally included in The History of Photography As Seen Through The Spira Collection, published by Aperture in 2001 and named "A Best Photo Book of the Year" by the New York Times. The calendar features American, Austrian, and German holidays as well as Christian and Jewish holidays.< Less
Venice Cats 2013 By Marco Secchi
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The Lion of St. Mark is Venice’s mascot, at least among sculptors and decorators but in real life, the closest lion is probably at the Parco Natura Viva just outside Verona. in the 1980s, cats... More > were seen everywhere in the city: sunning themselves on park benches, perched on bridges, wandering the streets, and dining on leftovers at the Rialto fish market. Now the cat population has been limited mainly by laws and modern way of life, there are still few colonies the main ones are at Ospedale Civile (yes inside!) , at San Lorenzo near the Church, at Bacini, at Giudecca near Ponte Lungo at the Arsenale, there are quite few at the Lido and one at Torcello!< Less
Italy Through Photographs: Rome, Venice and the Vatican By Anne Reynolds
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This book exhibits hundreds of images from a trip to the world-class Italian cities of Rome and Venice, including a stop in the Vatican. Starting in the Italian capital and ending on the romantic... More > islands of Venice, images of famous sites such as the Colosseum, the Forum Romanum and the iconic River Tiber, as well as Venezia's San Marco's Square, the Jewish Ghetto and of course the Grand Canal and Rialto Bridge, among many more are all shown here. From Rome's grandeur, ruins and palazzas to Venice's glass-blowing or lace-making islands and narrow cobbled alleyways snaking around the canals, everything from architecture, scenery, and tourist attractions to food, people and shopping is displayed through hundreds of gorgeous photographs, captured on a basic point-and-shoot digital camera, just as you'd see them if you were walking around yourself - absolutely no editing, filters, special lenses have been applied. All photographs may be reproduced for any purposes, provided appropriate source referencing.< Less