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  • Taschen 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color'  TASC22THE559MUL
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  • Taschen 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color'  TASC22THE559MUL
  • Taschen 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color'  TASC22THE559MUL
  • Taschen 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color'  TASC22THE559MUL
  • Taschen 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color'  TASC22THE559MUL
  • Taschen 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color'  TASC22THE559MUL
  • Taschen 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color'  TASC22THE559MUL
  • Taschen 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color'  TASC22THE559MUL
  • Taschen 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color'  TASC22THE559MUL
Taschen's 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color' is a beautiful throwback to a bygone era. Edited by Sabine Arqué, the edition ventures to a crucial turning point in the history of this part of the world when the first alpinists, skiers and tourists began to embark on journeys of curiosity across this remarkable landscape. Through photochromes, photographs and color postcards from the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as travel posters and tourist brochures, readers are taken on a trip through the varied and diverse scenery of the Alps. From the mountainous landscapes of Mont Blanc, the Wetterhorn, and the Dolomites to the crystal-clear lakes of Switzerland, Italy, Bavaria, and Slovenia, the book spans the full breath of the extensive mountain range, reaching Tyrol, the Via Mala, and the Engadin. As well as the natural attributes of the range, the volume also explores the winter season at grand hotels in Gstaad, Grindelwald, Davos, St. Moritz, and Cortina, and is accompanied by commentary from author Agnès Couzy throughout.

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Taschen's 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color' is a beautiful throwback to a bygone era. Edited by Sabine Arqué, the edition ventures to a crucial turning point in the history of this part of the world when the first alpinists, skiers and tourists began to embark on journeys of curiosity across this remarkable landscape. Through photochromes, photographs and color postcards from the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as travel posters and tourist brochures, readers are taken on a trip through the varied and diverse scenery of the Alps. From the mountainous landscapes of Mont Blanc, the Wetterhorn, and the Dolomites to the crystal-clear lakes of Switzerland, Italy, Bavaria, and Slovenia, the book spans the full breath of the extensive mountain range, reaching Tyrol, the Via Mala, and the Engadin. As well as the natural attributes of the range, the volume also explores the winter season at grand hotels in Gstaad, Grindelwald, Davos, St. Moritz, and Cortina, and is accompanied by commentary from author Agnès Couzy throughout.
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FRANKBROS says
Taschen's 'The Alps 1900. A Portrait In Color' is a beautiful throwback to a bygone era. Edited by Sabine Arqué, the edition ventures to a crucial turning point in the history of this part of the world when the first alpinists, skiers and tourists began to embark on journeys of curiosity across this remarkable landscape. Through photochromes, photographs and color postcards from the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as travel posters and tourist brochures, readers are taken on a trip through the varied and diverse scenery of the Alps. From the mountainous landscapes of Mont Blanc, the Wetterhorn, and the Dolomites to the crystal-clear lakes of Switzerland, Italy, Bavaria, and Slovenia, the book spans the full breath of the extensive mountain range, reaching Tyrol, the Via Mala, and the Engadin. As well as the natural attributes of the range, the volume also explores the winter season at grand hotels in Gstaad, Grindelwald, Davos, St. Moritz, and Cortina, and is accompanied by commentary from author Agnès Couzy throughout.

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Width 290mm
Length 395mm
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Width 290mm
Length 395mm

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