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Rauhut/L Fragments of Metropolis - Rhein
29,90 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 25.09.2016, Einband: Gebunden, Titelzusatz: Das expressionistische Erbe an Rhein und Ruhr/The Expressionist Heritage of the Rhine-Ruhr Region, Dt/engl, Auflage: 2/2016, Autor: Rauhut, Christoph/Lehmann, Niels, Übersetzer: Philip Shelley, Verlag: Hirmer Verlag, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Architecture // Architektur // Expressionism // Expressionismus // Foreign languages, Produktform: Gebunden/Hardback, Umfang: 150 S., 150 Farbfotos, Seiten: 150, Format: 2.1 x 25 x 16 cm, Gewicht: 865 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Stand: 26.01.2021
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World Heritage Sites in Germany
27,99 € *
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World Heritage Sites in Germany ab 27.99 € als Taschenbuch: Lübeck Cologne Cathedral Bauhaus Wittenberg Weimar Trier Regensburg Quedlinburg Bamberg Wartburg Wismar Wadden Sea Wies Church Stralsund Goslar Limes Sanssouci Speyer Cathedral Upper Harz Water Regale Rüdesheim am Rhein. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Reise, Reiseführer, Deutschland,

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Mark Twains Guide to Heidelberg
11,00 € *
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In 1878 the great American writer Mark Twain and his family spent a few months in Heidelberg. He returned to this beautiful city several times - to learn German and for inspiration. In his book "A Tramp Abroad" he wrote extensively about Heidelberg: the castle, the student life, a raft ride on the Neckar river, a visit to the opera, about being a stranger in a strange land and much more. His essay about "The Awful German Language" is believed to be one of his sharpest essays ever. It is included in this book. Twain definitely loved this place and reading his stories today opens up nice perspectives of Heidelberg.Werner Pieper followed Twain's trail and he has updated all the infos about famous and interesting places that Twain wrote about. He has added a little history about Heidelberg and its relation to the United States - from the German emigrants in former times to the presence of the U.S. Army today. Read about President Eisenhower's heritage and learn about the beautiful spot, where Mark Twain wrote chapter 16 of "Huckleberry Finn".From the contents:- Francfort- Heidelberg- The Castle- Student Life- The Student Prison- At the Students' Dueling Ground- In the Opera- Going to Heidelbeeg on a Raft- Down the River- Hirschhorn- Dilsberg- The Awful German Language- Heidelberg and the United States of America"Editors rarely put so much fun, wit and love into a book ... like Werner Pieper did here." (Rhein Neckar Zeitung)"Werner Pieper is the information shaman of Highdelberg." (Timothy Leary)Dieser Titel ist der Grüne Zweig NR 102b aus Werner Pieper s Medien-Experimenten The Grüne Kraft.

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Mark Twains Guide to Heidelberg
11,40 € *
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In 1878 the great American writer Mark Twain and his family spent a few months in Heidelberg. He returned to this beautiful city several times - to learn German and for inspiration. In his book "A Tramp Abroad" he wrote extensively about Heidelberg: the castle, the student life, a raft ride on the Neckar river, a visit to the opera, about being a stranger in a strange land and much more. His essay about "The Awful German Language" is believed to be one of his sharpest essays ever. It is included in this book. Twain definitely loved this place and reading his stories today opens up nice perspectives of Heidelberg.Werner Pieper followed Twain's trail and he has updated all the infos about famous and interesting places that Twain wrote about. He has added a little history about Heidelberg and its relation to the United States - from the German emigrants in former times to the presence of the U.S. Army today. Read about President Eisenhower's heritage and learn about the beautiful spot, where Mark Twain wrote chapter 16 of "Huckleberry Finn".From the contents:- Francfort- Heidelberg- The Castle- Student Life- The Student Prison- At the Students' Dueling Ground- In the Opera- Going to Heidelbeeg on a Raft- Down the River- Hirschhorn- Dilsberg- The Awful German Language- Heidelberg and the United States of America"Editors rarely put so much fun, wit and love into a book ... like Werner Pieper did here." (Rhein Neckar Zeitung)"Werner Pieper is the information shaman of Highdelberg." (Timothy Leary)Dieser Titel ist der Grüne Zweig NR 102b aus Werner Pieper s Medien-Experimenten The Grüne Kraft.

Anbieter: buecher
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Waldalgesheim
34,00 € *
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Waldalgesheim is an Ortsgemeinde a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality in the Mainz-Bingen district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.The winegrowing centre belongs to the Verbandsgemeinde of Rhein-Nahe, whose seat is in Bingen am Rhein, although that town is not within its bounds. Since 2003, Waldalgesheim has been part of the Rhine Gorge UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Mark Twains Guide to Heidelberg
11,00 € *
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In 1878 the great American writer Mark Twain and his family spent a few months in Heidelberg. He returned to this beautiful city several times - to learn German and for inspiration. In his book "A Tramp Abroad" he wrote extensively about Heidelberg: the castle, the student life, a raft ride on the Neckar river, a visit to the opera, about being a stranger in a strange land and much more. His essay about "The Awful German Language" is believed to be one of his sharpest essays ever. It is included in this book. Twain definitely loved this place and reading his stories today opens up nice perspectives of Heidelberg.Werner Pieper followed Twain's trail and he has updated all the infos about famous and interesting places that Twain wrote about. He has added a little history about Heidelberg and its relation to the United States - from the German emigrants in former times to the presence of the U.S. Army today. Read about President Eisenhower's heritage and learn about the beautiful spot, where Mark Twain wrote chapter 16 of "Huckleberry Finn".From the contents:- Francfort- Heidelberg- The Castle- Student Life- The Student Prison- At the Students' Dueling Ground- In the Opera- Going to Heidelbeeg on a Raft- Down the River- Hirschhorn- Dilsberg- The Awful German Language- Heidelberg and the United States of America"Editors rarely put so much fun, wit and love into a book ... like Werner Pieper did here." (Rhein Neckar Zeitung)"Werner Pieper is the information shaman of Highdelberg." (Timothy Leary)Dieser Titel ist der Grüne Zweig NR 102b aus Werner Pieper s Medien-Experimenten The Grüne Kraft.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Mark Twains Tourist Guide to Heidelberg
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In 1878 the great American writer Mark Twain and his family spent a few months in Heidelberg. He returned to this beautiful city several times - to learn German and for inspiration. In his book 'A Tramp Abroad' he wrote extensively about Heidelberg: the castle, the student life, a raft ride on the Neckar river, a visit to the opera, about being a stranger in a strange land and much more. His essay about 'The Awful German Language' is believed to be one of his sharpest essays ever. It is included in this book. Twain definitely loved this place and reading his stories today opens up nice perspectives of Heidelberg. Werner Pieper followed Twain's trail and he has updated all the infos about famous and interesting places that Twain wrote about. He has added a little history about Heidelberg and its relation to the United States - from the German emigrants in former times to the presence of the U.S. Army today. Read about President Eisenhower's heritage and learn about the beautiful spot, where Mark Twain wrote chapter 16 of 'Huckleberry Finn'. From the contents: - Francfort - Heidelberg - The Castle - Student Life - The Student Prison - At the Students' Dueling Ground - In the Opera - Going to Heidelbeeg on a Raft - Down the River - Hirschhorn - Dilsberg - The Awful German Language - Heidelberg and the United States of America'Editors rarely put so much fun, wit and love into a book ... like Werner Pieper did here.' (Rhein Neckar Zeitung)'Werner Pieper is the information shaman of Highdelberg.' (Timothy Leary) Dieser Titel ist der Grüne Zweig NR 102b aus Werner Pieper s Medien-Experimenten The Grüne Kraft.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 26.01.2021
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Mark Twains Tourist Guide to Heidelberg
11,40 € *
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In 1878 the great American writer Mark Twain and his family spent a few months in Heidelberg. He returned to this beautiful city several times - to learn German and for inspiration. In his book 'A Tramp Abroad' he wrote extensively about Heidelberg: the castle, the student life, a raft ride on the Neckar river, a visit to the opera, about being a stranger in a strange land and much more. His essay about 'The Awful German Language' is believed to be one of his sharpest essays ever. It is included in this book. Twain definitely loved this place and reading his stories today opens up nice perspectives of Heidelberg. Werner Pieper followed Twain's trail and he has updated all the infos about famous and interesting places that Twain wrote about. He has added a little history about Heidelberg and its relation to the United States - from the German emigrants in former times to the presence of the U.S. Army today. Read about President Eisenhower's heritage and learn about the beautiful spot, where Mark Twain wrote chapter 16 of 'Huckleberry Finn'. From the contents: - Francfort - Heidelberg - The Castle - Student Life - The Student Prison - At the Students' Dueling Ground - In the Opera - Going to Heidelbeeg on a Raft - Down the River - Hirschhorn - Dilsberg - The Awful German Language - Heidelberg and the United States of America'Editors rarely put so much fun, wit and love into a book ... like Werner Pieper did here.' (Rhein Neckar Zeitung)'Werner Pieper is the information shaman of Highdelberg.' (Timothy Leary) Dieser Titel ist der Grüne Zweig NR 102b aus Werner Pieper s Medien-Experimenten The Grüne Kraft.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 26.01.2021
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