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Tourism > Florence: A walking guide to its architecture

Tourism Goy, R: Florence: A walking guide to its architecture

  • By Richard J. Goy
  • Price: £16.99
  • ISBN: 9780300209877
  • Availability: Out of stock - expected on 16/03/2020 if you order today
  • Not a catalogue item - details provisional

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Each year, millions of visitors travel to Florence to admire the architectural marvels of this famous Renaissance city. In this compact yet comprehensive volume, architect and architectural historian Richard J. Goy offers a convenient, accessible guide to the city's piazzas, palazzos, basilicas, and other architectural points of interest, as well as pertinent historical details regarding Florence's unique urban environment. Clearly laid out and fully illustrated, this handbook is designed around a series of expertly planned walking tours that encompass not only the city's most admired architectural sites, but also its lesser-known gems. Maps are tailored to each walking tour and provide additional references and insights, along with introductory chapters on the city's architectural history, urban design, and building materials and techniques. Featuring a complete bibliography, glossary of key terms, and other useful reference materials, Goy's guide will appeal both to travelers who desire a greater architectural context and analysis than that offered by a traditional guide and to return visitors looking to rediscover Florence's most enchanting sites.

Series Tourism Title Florence: A walking guide to its architecture
Subject Italian Language English
Market Adolescent/Adult Level Fluent/native speakers
Publication Date July 2015 Authors Richard J. Goy
Binding Other Pages 398
Size(mm) N/A Weight (gms) 300
ESB Code 36958 ISBN 9780300209877
Inspection Copy No Delivery Out of stock - expected on 16/03/2020 if you order today
  Price £16.99

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