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Author: Dominique Auzias
Publisher: Petit Futé
Keywords: munich, fut, petit
Number of Pages: 216
Published: 2011-03-02
ISBN-10: 2746936356
ISBN-13: 9782746936355

Munich connaît un renouveau touristique, grâce à un véritable creuset culturel, terre d'art, d'histoire et de tradition, la Bavière à travers sa capitale a su conserver tout son charme, sa beauté légendaire d'antan et son romantisme, avec ses châteaux d'un autre temps. Accueillante et généreuse, elle a su donner l'image d'une région et d'une ville ouverte sur l'extérieur même si les traditions y demeurent encore bien ancrées. Ville dynamique avec ses fêtes de la bière, ses nombreuses discothèques, ses spectacles de rue, ses concerts en plein air qui fleurissent un peu partout

Author: Angelika Ilies
Publisher: Silverback Books
Keywords: revitalizing, recipes, delicious, naturally, food, detoxify, cleansing
Number of Pages: 66
Published: 2000
ISBN-10: 1930603258
ISBN-13: 9781930603257

Originally published in German, Munich: Gr'afe und Unzer Verlag, 1999.

Author: Alison Coupe
Publisher: Michelin Apa Publications
Keywords: germany, guide, travel, michelin
Number of Pages: 582
Published: 2009-05
ISBN-10: 1906261385
ISBN-13: 9781906261382

Experience the vibrancy, far-reaching history and greenery of the capital, Berlin. Sip beer in Munich?s Hofbruhaus, visit the enchanting Neuschwanstein Castle, or ski in Garmisch-Partenkichen. Germany?s got it all, and Michelin?s Green Guide Germany tells you exactly how to make the most of this richly cultural land. Choose what to do, where to eat, and where to stay, using our local writers? unbiased reviews. Michelin Green Guide Germany?s multitude of color maps and carefully selected travel itineraries provide explorative driving and walking tours across the country. Color photographs, a br

Author: Harry Liebersohn
Publisher: American Philosophical Society
Keywords: houghton, library, harvard, university, collection, manuscript, germany, january, guide, life
Number of Pages: 146
Published: 2001
ISBN-10: 0871699133
ISBN-13: 9780871699138

This collection of memoirs by refugees from Nazi Germany is a rich source of autobiographical information on the Nazi era. Housed at Houghton Library of Harvard University, it consists of 263 files containing the memoirs of approximately 230 people who lived in Germany or Austria during the 1930s. The stories of the memoirists encompass an almost bewildering range of human experience. The authors come from Danzig and Berlin, from central Germany and the Southwest, from Munich and from Vienna. They are Jews and Catholics and Protestants, and mixtures of these all-too-neat categories in their or

Author: Horst Uhr
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: corinth, lovis
Number of Pages: 416
Published: 1990
ISBN-10: 0520067762
ISBN-13: 9780520067769

This splendid and generously illustrated monograph by Horst Uhr is the first comprehensive study of one of the great individualists in the history of art. Lovis Corinth (1858-1925) has long been recognized as a major figure in German painting, along with Emile Nolde and Max Beckmann. Spanning a tremendously fertile period in European painting, his astonishingly productive career touched on major currents of art in his time, from the nineteenth-century academic tradition to Naturalism, Impressionism, and Expressionism. Corinth was accomplished in several media, including painting, drawing, and

Author: Publishing Oecd Publishing
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: holland, netherlands, randstad, reviews, territorial, oecd
Number of Pages: 243
Published: 2007-05-03
ISBN-10: 9264007911
ISBN-13: 9789264007918

The Randstad is a poly-centric urban area in western Netherlands, comprising Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht and several smaller cities. It is one of the most densely populated areas in the OECD, and has developed into an advanced urban economy with many leading sectors, such as logistics, horticulture and financial services. The Randstad has one of the lowest unemployment rates in all OECD countries, and it is one of the most attractive metropolitan areas for Foreign Direct Investment. However, even though the Randstad had high growth rates over the 1990s, it performed less well in t

Author: International Organization For Migratio
Publisher: International Organization For Migratio
Keywords: assessing, evidence, change, climate, environment, migration
Number of Pages: 448
Published: 2009-12-15
ISBN-10: 9290684542
ISBN-13: 9789290684541

Gradual and sudden environmental changes are resulting in substantial human movement and displacement, and the scale of such flows, both internal and cross-border, is expected to rise with unprecedented impacts on lives and livelihoods. Despite the potential challenge, there has been a lack of strategic thinking about this policy area partly due to a lack of data and empirical research on this topic. Adequately planning for and managing environmentally-induced migration will be critical for human security. The papers in this volume were first presented at the Research Workshop on Migration an
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