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Assouline 'Zanzibar' Azure ${masterID}

'Zanzibar'

Item# ASSO20ZAN923BLU
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  • Assouline 'Zanzibar'  ASSO20ZAN923BLU
  • Assouline 'Zanzibar'  ASSO20ZAN923BLU
  • Assouline 'Zanzibar'  ASSO20ZAN923BLU
  • Assouline 'Zanzibar'  ASSO20ZAN923BLU
  • Assouline 'Zanzibar'  ASSO20ZAN923BLU
  • Assouline 'Zanzibar'  ASSO20ZAN923BLU
An intimate portrait of a community bursting with life, Aline Coquelle's 'Zanzibar' explores the idyllic archipelago that sits off the coast of East Africa in the Indian Ocean. Characterised by a multifaceted landscape comprising unique wildlife, infinite lagoons, mangroves, wild forests and the historical labyrinthine streets of Stonetown, Zanzibar is a place like no other. Assouline's 300-page photo analysis of this cluster of islands delves deep into its crossroads of cultures, which features Omani architecture, Portuguese and British heritages and Swahili rituals, and is accompanied by over 250 illustrations that invite the reader to experience the paradise that is Zanzibar.

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An intimate portrait of a community bursting with life, Aline Coquelle's 'Zanzibar' explores the idyllic archipelago that sits off the coast of East Africa in the Indian Ocean. Characterised by a multifaceted landscape comprising unique wildlife, infinite lagoons, mangroves, wild forests and the historical labyrinthine streets of Stonetown, Zanzibar is a place like no other. Assouline's 300-page photo analysis of this cluster of islands delves deep into its crossroads of cultures, which features Omani architecture, Portuguese and British heritages and Swahili rituals, and is accompanied by over 250 illustrations that invite the reader to experience the paradise that is Zanzibar.
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FRANKBROS says
An intimate portrait of a community bursting with life, Aline Coquelle's 'Zanzibar' explores the idyllic archipelago that sits off the coast of East Africa in the Indian Ocean. Characterised by a multifaceted landscape comprising unique wildlife, infinite lagoons, mangroves, wild forests and the historical labyrinthine streets of Stonetown, Zanzibar is a place like no other. Assouline's 300-page photo analysis of this cluster of islands delves deep into its crossroads of cultures, which features Omani architecture, Portuguese and British heritages and Swahili rituals, and is accompanied by over 250 illustrations that invite the reader to experience the paradise that is Zanzibar.

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Width 250mm
Length 330mm
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Paper
Width 250mm
Length 330mm

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