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Walks Through Britain's History (Aa Guides)

by AA Guides

Series: AA Walks

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What a neat little book. Well actually, it’s not so little but neat nevertheless. Walks is chock full of excellent pictures throughout with accurate and descriptive guides to some of the great historical places in Britain, ranging from ancient times to the modern day. This is a thoroughly used book in my house and sits just outside our bathroom door. When I finally have enough of a savings to travel to Britain, this will be packed along right next to the traveler’s checks. ( )
  BruderBane | Jul 7, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0393323501, Paperback)

Experience the abundant history of Britain firsthand with this scenic, thorough, and altogether superlative guide.

Offering a splendid range of historically significant walks featuring some of the most famous locations of Britain's past—such as the Globe Theatre in London, Warwick Castle, and York—this lavishly designed guide book is essential for every history buff with a penchant for travel. Spanning twelve eras, the historical timeline of the book extends from prehistoric to contemporary Britain, each section containing mapped walks, vivid illustrations, and background information highlighting the major personalities and events of the period. The walks cover the whole country in detail with both town and city walks designed to offer a new perspective on Britain's most famous villages, historic houses, battle sites, and landmarks. Practical information on distances, parking, refreshments, and safety is also provided. Four-color throughout, 96 maps, 300 color photographs

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