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Geographic Books of Italy

Piedmont and Northwest Italy, with Turin and the Alps
Piedmont and Northwest Italy, with Turin and the Alps
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From the beautiful baroque city of Turin to the lush Piedmont region to the fabled Valle d'Aosta, this book will guide you through the history and sights of one of Italy's most lovely areas.


$21.95
$11.99
2014 National Geographic Italy Wall Calendar
2014 National Geographic Italy Wall Calendar
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Landmarks from Colosseum in Rome, to the village of San Siro in Lake Como, to the Leaning Tower of Pisa bring the sights of Italy to life in National Geographic's colorful 12-month calendar.


$14.95
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Naples and Southern Italy, 2nd edition
Naples and Southern Italy, 2nd edition
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Birthplace of pizza and a treasure-trove of museums, art galleries, and medieval palaces, Naples is the centerpiece of National Geographic's Traveler guide to southern Italy. The book points you to the city's best spots, then heads to Pompeii and Herculaneium, the Amalfi Coast, and fabled Capri and other offshore islands. Also on the itinerary are Puglia, filled with unusual trulli, Basilicata, Campania, and Calabria, along with excursions to Sicily and Sardinia—two fascinating islands whose rich art, culture, language, and history are fiercely separate from those of the mainland.


$21.95
Italy, 4th Edition
Italy, 4th Edition
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Veteran writer and Italy expert Tim Jepson makes this vibrant and fascinating country—home of some of the world's most sublime art, architecture, and literature and one of its oldest civilizations—highly accessible to the modern traveler. After a thorough introduction, he begins his coverage in Rome with specific, detailed suggestions on how to tackle this most sight-intensive city: "Your best approach is an oblique one," he writes. "Avoid the big-name sights at the outset, and ease yourself gently into the city with a coffee or a stroll around its most intimate squares."


$27.95
2015 National Geographic Italy Wall Calendar
2015 National Geographic Italy Wall Calendar
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From landmarks like the Colosseum in Rome and the Leaning Tower of Pisa, to the shores of Lake Como, the colorful National Geographic Italy wall calendar takes you on a 5-star tour of celebrated cultural sites and hidden gems in this truly wonderful country.


$14.99
Florence and Tuscany, 2nd Edition
Florence and Tuscany, 2nd Edition
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From the Etruscans to the Romans to the Renaissance, Tuscany may quite possibly be the greatest repository of art in the world. This vast Italian countryside is known the world over for its culture, romantic rolling hillsides, and vineyards, as well as its most most famous city, Florence. Few places in the world can rival Florence for its rich history and beauty. Visitors will be enchanted by its cathedrals, Renaissance architecture, and exquisite works of art including Michelangelo's famous statue, "David." Join National Geographic on a journey to this glorious destination, and experience La Dolce Vita for yourself.


$25.95
Florence and Tuscany, 3rd Edition
Florence and Tuscany, 3rd Edition
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Italy expert Tim Jepson takes you on an unforgettable tour around one of the world's most alluring regions. From the Renaissance gem of Florence, to such charming Tuscan villages as Siena, Montepulciano, and Montalcino, to the pastel-hued villages of Cinque Terre and beyond, you'll fall in love with this area's art, culture, cuisine, history, and beauty. Features include self-guided walks in the heart of Florence and Siena, as well as drives through the wine-famous Chianti countryside and through the glorious Casentino.


$25.95
Rome, 4th Edition
Rome, 4th Edition
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From the beautiful Spanish Steps to the heights of Palatine Hill, Rome experts Sari Gilbert and Michael Brouse guide you through this historic and vibrant city. Illustrated with more than 120 vivid photographs and more than 20 detailed, full-color maps, the 4th edition of National Geographic Traveler: Rome gives you every tool you need to plan a trip to this fascinating city. Starting with an introduction to Rome's storied history and culture, the book then explores each of the city's regions, covering every corner of town in detail. Sites covered include the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Arch of Constantine, the Roman and Imperial Forums, the Trevi Fountain, and the sublime ceiling of the Vatican Museums' Sistine Chapel. These, the many amazing museums that dot the city, and more are covered in lively detail.


$22.95