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Munich and its surroundings. Guide with photo-motifs. by Joachim Franz Richter

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Published by Verl. Internationale Wirtschaftswerbung Heering in München .
Written in English



  • Munich Region (Germany)


  • Munich Region (Germany) -- Guidebooks.

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Edition Notes

Translation of München und Umgebung.

StatementBy Joachim [Franz] Richter. (City of sights, museum, specialities, hotels, trips, Olympic games, city plan. English text by Philip Moore.) [With] 18 colourpages, 58 black-and-white photos, 16 reprod., 2 theater-seatmaps. 1 city plan.
LC ClassificationsDD901.M76 R5313
The Physical Object
Pagination208 p.
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5741644M
LC Control Number70850846

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