Venice from the bell towers
The first book to be devoted to photographs taken from the numerous bell towers of Venice, showing, almost from an aerial perspective, every quarter of the world's most beautiful city. The stunning photographs, including many fold-outs, are complemented by brief histories of the very churches from which the breathtaking views have been taken. No lover of Venice can afford to be without this handsome and dream-inspiring book.
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