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by Fabrizio Guglielmini,Antonio Attini,Marinella Debernardi,Timothy Stroud,Sarah Ponting

Download San Francisco from the Air ePub

views of San Francisco from the air. you get a great view of the city. the book has a lot of pictures with text describing what you are seeing.

Fabrizio Guglielmini, Antonio Attini (Photographer)

Fabrizio Guglielmini, Antonio Attini (Photographer). San Francisco is one of the most photogenic cities in America, thanks to an urban geography all its own: the ocean, bays, golden hills, huge park areas, dramatic weather, and its own vernacular architecture. It is America's most progressive metropolis and even the street life says, "This must be in San Francisco!"

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San Francisco is one of the most photogenic cities in America, thanks to an urban geography all its own: the ocean, bays, golden hills, huge park areas, dramatic weather, and its own vernacular architecture.

Antonio Attini’s photography has appeared in America from the Air and Chicago from the Air, both published by White Star. Marcello Bertinetti worked for many of the foremost periodicals in Italy before founding White Star Publishers. His photography appears in Egypt Flying High (White Star) among other publications.

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Appointed the Inspector of Libraries in France, Libri began stealing the books he was responsible for, fleeing to England when the theft was discovered, along with 30,000 books and manuscripts inside 18 trunks. He was sentenced in France to 10 years in jail in absentia; some of the stolen works were returned when he died, but many remained missing. This job, involving in part the cataloguing of valuable books and precious manuscripts allowed Count Libri to indulge his collecting passion by stealing them. Although suspected, he was not investigated or charged.

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The Gentleman from San Francisco is a short story by the Nobel Prize-winning Russian author Ivan Bunin, written in 1915 and published the same year in Moscow, in the 5th volume of Slovo (Word) anthology. Translated into English by D. H. Lawrence (with Samuil Koteliansky), the story is one of Bunin's best known and regarded as classic. Bunin recollected the circumstances that led to the story's inception in a brochure called "The Origins of My Stories", compiled and published by P. Vyacheslavov.

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