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Fred Dibnah's Magnificent Monuments By Fred Dibnah

Fred Dibnah's Magnificent Monuments
by Fred Dibnah

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In this book, fred Dibnah offers the reader the opportunity to explore over 500 of the country's most famous and historic monuments, castles, cathedrals and engineering marvels. From Stonehenge to the Millennium Dome, this book contains an appraisal of numerous engineering feats.
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Fred Dibnah's Magnificent Monuments: A Guide to the Most Impressive Structures in Britain and Northern Ireland - Where to Go, What to See by Fred Dibnah

In this book, fred Dibnah offers the reader the opportunity to explore over 500 of the country's most famous and historic monuments, castles, cathedrals and engineering marvels. Divided into sections, including Railways and Canals, Houses and Palaces, or Military and Naval sites of interest, Fred brings history to life while explaining in his own inimitable, hands-on style, how the builders and craftsmen have managed to construct such incredible structures from as long ago as Stonehenge right up to the Millennium Dome. Packed with Fred's enthusiasm for the feats of craftsmanship and engineering which lie at the heart of these buildings, each section contains background information on the places it features and highlights 'Fred's Choice', the best sites to visit as chosen by Fred himself. Suitable for those planning family days out, this detailed gazetteer contains full descriptions of the sites, directions and maps showing how to reach them and information on opening times and facilities available.

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GOR010521345
Fred Dibnah's Magnificent Monuments: A Guide to the Most Impressive Structures in Britain and Northern Ireland - Where to Go, What to See by Fred Dibnah
Fred Dibnah
Used - Like New
Paperback
Ebury Publishing
2000-02-10
224
0563551739
9780563551737
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