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The Garden of England By Robin Whiteman

The Garden of England by Robin Whiteman

Condition - Very Good
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This work is an informative and beautifully photographed exploration of the traditional landscape of south-east England.

The Garden of England Summary

The Garden of England: The Counties of Kent, Surrey and Sussex by Robin Whiteman

* Covers one of the most attractive and accessible tourist destinations in the UK, and one which the opening of the Channel Tunnel should make even more popular. * Another beautiful book in the best-selling Country Series by the two "remarkable regional chroniclers". * Contains a complete list of all major sites with addresses, telephone number's and opening days.

About Robin Whiteman

Robin Whiteman graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1968. He has worked with Rob Talbot on many books, including The Cotswolds and The West Country. Rob Talbot;s landscape photographs have met with great critical acclaim. Apart from the Country Series, his books include Shakespeare Country, Shakespeare's Avon and The Lakeland Poets. Robin Whiteman and Rob Talbot have both distinguished themselves as a regional chronicler and outstanding landscape photographer respectively, with their Country Series collaborations. Their work has met with great critical acclaim and together they have produced nine other Country Series volumes: The Cotswolds, the English Lakes, The Yorkshire Moors and Dales, the Garden of England, The West Country, Wessex, The Heart of England, the Peak District and England.

Table of Contents

Guildford and Surrey; Horsham and the Sussex Weald; Chichester and the Sussex Downs; Dover and the Cinque Ports; Canterbury and the Weald of Kent; Rochester and the north Kent coast.

Additional information

The Garden of England: The Counties of Kent, Surrey and Sussex by Robin Whiteman
Used - Very Good
Orion Publishing Co
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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