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London: Secrets & Celebrations

by Michael Robinson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0857753746, Hardcover)

London: Secrets & Celebrations takes you on a virtual tour of this wonderful city, at a time when London will be in the spotlight and visited by even more people than the millions who already come every year to discover the magnificent architectural heritage, cultural riches, vibrant social scene and must-see sights. Divided into sections covering historical London, London's parks and gardens, London landmarks, London transport and much more, you can explore this exciting city from the comfort of your armchair, or flick through to reminisce about your recent visit. From Trafalgar Square, via the daffodils and crocuses of St James's Park, to the less well known treasure of Charles Dickens' house, the stunning photography and informative text make this the ideal gift or souvenir for Londonophiles.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:46 -0400)

Divided into sections covering historical London, parks and gardens, landmarks, transport and much more, this book celebrates the unique heritage and cultural riches of the capital.

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