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Ben le Vay's Eccentric London: a Practical Guide to a Curious City
     

Ben le Vay's Eccentric London: a Practical Guide to a Curious City

by Benedict Le Vay
 

London is becoming the most cosmopolitan city on earth with massive infrastructure improvements in time for the 2012 Olympics without losing its secrets, its soul -– what someone recently called its endless reserves of cool. Benedict le Vay reveals London's most bizarre and macabre secrets with his novel approach, which doubles both as a thematic guide to the

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London is becoming the most cosmopolitan city on earth with massive infrastructure improvements in time for the 2012 Olympics without losing its secrets, its soul -– what someone recently called its endless reserves of cool. Benedict le Vay reveals London's most bizarre and macabre secrets with his novel approach, which doubles both as a thematic guide to the hidden attractions of the streets of London and a compelling insight into the citizens and culture of this historic city.

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'Those who read it are unlikely ever to look at London or Londoners the same way again.' Britain Calling'One of the best (guides to London).'The Mayfair Times'Beautifully illustrated with lavish colour photography and black and white drawings. Worth buying for the front cover alone.'Essex Courier'An endlessly fascinating book, written with huge charm, that explores the eclectic curiosities of London past and present.'The Good Book Guide

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781841623948
Publisher:
Bradt Publications UK
Publication date:
07/03/2012
Edition description:
First Edition
Pages:
336
Sales rank:
1,327,408
Product dimensions:
5.30(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.30(d)

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