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501 Must-Visit Cities by David Brown

501 Must-Visit Cities (2008)

by David Brown, Jackum Brown, Arthur Findlay

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Is this "lifestyle porn"? Can you describe it as "porn" of any sort if it reads like it was plagiarized from Wikipedia? Anyway, I was glad to see Victoria, my hometown, and Takayama, an underappreciated gem. ( )
1 vote MeditationesMartini | Aug 21, 2012 |
A wonderful coffee table book which you will never tire of picking up and flicking through. Its also fun to work out how many of the cities you have been to!

The photographs are great, although some (such as Bordeaux) just don't do the beautiful places justice.

All in all this is a lovely book worth picking up, especially if you can find it cheap like I did (£4.99!)

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  Jesh1721 | Jul 19, 2009 |
Not a book to take on holiday unless you want to pay extra for excess baggage.
  jon1lambert | Sep 1, 2008 |
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Travel to the most spectacular and enigmatic cities across the globe. The book provides the reader with a wealth of interesting and useful information about each city featured. Each entry is beautifully illustrated.

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