Gubbio Medieval Italy.
A medieval town enjoyed by New Zealanders.
by Brian & Anne Scantlebury
About the Book
A book worth buying for anyone who might travel to Italy, or has done so, especially to Umbria and Gubbio.
A New Zealander's view of an extemely interesting area. Gubbio, Umbri, Italy. Interesting for it's history, it's people, it's traditions, it's architecture and it's landscapes.
Our stay in Gubbio was a real find in terms of travel and photogaphic experiences.
When buying the print books, we'd recommend that you purchase the "dust jacket" hard cover version. You get a bit more info and a couple more images, for a bit less.
Our photographic book encapsulates most of what we saw and experienced and by shear good luck our time at the running of the Festa dei Ceri, 15th May 2011.
Please enjoy, and do leave a comment.
Individual images will also be available through; www.brianscantlebury.com
Please leave a message, or email me at;firstname.lastname@example.org
Features & Details
- Category Travel
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Hardcover, ImageWrap: 9781320216050
- Publish Date Jul 10, 2011
- Language English
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