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Martin Dunford
111 Places in Norwich That You Shouldn't Miss
Mit Fotografien von Karin Tearle
13.5 x 20.5 cm
240 Seiten
ISBN 978-3-7408-1733-6
18,00 € [DE] 18,60 € [AT]
Erscheinungsdatum: 20. Juli 2023

Martin Dunford

111 Places in Norwich That You Shouldn't Miss

Travel Guide

Make the most of Norwich with this new guide to the sights and secrets of East Anglia's premier city, from the unknown treasures of its magnificent cathedral to the legends and stories behind its historic pubs. It's a place of numerous historical layers, with intrigue and interest lurking on every corner, from the black circus proprietor who inspired one of The Beatles' most famous songs to remnants of England's most notorious red light districts. It's eminently walkable, too, but you can also bike or even canoe your way around the centre, maybe even heading out to explore the natural beauty of Broads National Park which lies just beyond.

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Martin Dunford

Martin Dunford is one of the founders of the international travel guide series Rough Guides. He is the author of more than 10 guidebooks and was the publisher of Rough Guides for many years, before going on to found the UK travel and accommodation website Martin also works as a freelance travel writer, writing regularly about the UK, Belgium, Holland and Italy, among other destinations, and as a consultant, advising digital businesses on travel content. Finally he is a trustee of the Norfolk charity, The Broads Trust, working regularly with tourism businesses in the Broads National Park.

Karin Tearle

Karin has a BA in French and Italian from Goldsmiths, University of London and lived in Bordeaux, France for several years before returning to the UK to have a family. She is a trustee of the Rwanda Development Trust which funds small capacity-building projects and was interpreter for the BBC World Service for a programme about the 1994 genocide. Karin has retained her links with the country and continues to work with the Rwandese. She also manages a listed building in Greenwich and has an affinity with this historic town where she has lived for thirteen years. Karin is social secretary of Aperture Woolwich Photographic Society, one of the oldest clubs in the country and is extremely passionate about photography.

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