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The Living Coast - Dae Sasitorn

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... “The Living Coast,” however, with its 376 aerial photographs of Britain's shoreline, shows that there is so much more to it than those popular beaches. A mere glimpse at the eleven little images on the back cover will give a taste of what is inside; these eleven include the Needles, Harlech ... Read review
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Our stunning shoreline

AdvantagesSuperb images with excellent accompanying text

DisadvantagesThere are too many places to visit!

"...to stretch out on, where the children can paddle safely in the water. “The Living Coast,” however, with its 376 aerial photographs of Britain's shoreline, shows that there is so much more to it than those popular beaches. A mere glimpse at the eleven little images on the back cover will give a taste of what is inside; these eleven include the Needles, Harlech Castle, St Ives, Muckle Roe and Rumps Head. The front cover has a stunning photograph of ..." Read review
19.02.2012

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Britain possesses one of the most remarkable and varied coastlines in the world, with its richness in geology and human history on display.

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EAN 9780955866609
Type Non-Fiction
Genre Travel
Subgenre Places & Peoples
Title The Living Coast
Author Dae Sasitorn
Publisher Last Refuge
All Authors Dae Sasitorn, Adrian Warren, Christopher Somerville
Country Great Britain
Continent Europe
ISBN 095586660X

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