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Katherine Bebo
111 Places in Bournemouth That You Shouldn't Miss
Mit Fotografien von Oliver Smith
14 x 20.5 cm
240 Seiten
ISBN 978-3-7408-1166-2
18,00 € [DE] 18,60 € [AT]
Erscheinungsdatum: 17. März 2022

Katherine Bebo

111 Places in Bournemouth That You Shouldn't Miss

Travel Guide

Bournemouth isn't just the beach. It's also a town brimming with history, art, beauty, nature and fun. From Napoléon's wine cooler to an Egyptian mummy, a war-winning bridge to locally made gin, a mural celebrating its larger-than-life visitors to its connections with War and Peace – not forgetting afternoon tea on a bus – this town has it all, and is sure to surprise and delight all those who explore it.

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Katherine Bebo

Katherine Bebo is a professional freelance writer and editor. Her career has taken her to London, Dubai and Denver in the USA… but now she's back home where her heart is: Poole. She has had a handful of books published – on topics ranging from films to fitness, cocktails to outer space – plus many features for well-known publications and websites such as Cosmopolitan, Real Travel and

Oliver Smith

Oliver Smith is a commercial photographer with more than 15 years' experience shooting properties, people and places all across the South of England. Following an extensive background in art and design, he gained his BA (hons) degree in photography in 2002 and ran a photographic laboratory for two years, before going freelance as Oliver Smith Photography. He lives with his wife and two children in Poole, where together they own and run Artcetera (see ch. 9), a picture framing and art supplies shop established in 1970. He continues to work amongst the high-end interiors and architectural markets, and his images have featured in a wide range of regional magazines, as well as national newspapers.

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