3 edition of A picturesque description of Switzerland found in the catalog.
A picturesque description of Switzerland
Langle marquis de
by printed by J. Connor, for David Fowler, T. Hookham, E. Jefferies and R. Baldwin in London
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||201|
Accommodation in Switzerland. Find accommodation. Book a hotel or rent a holiday apartment or chalet. Sleep in the straw or sleep in a four-poster bed. If you are looking for a wellness hotel, a family-friendly hotel, a youth hostel or a camping site go to wrote a picturesque tale of their journey across the country Recent Examples on the Web The Bernina Express takes passengers through the Swiss Alps with picturesque views of .
Picturesque definition: A picturesque place is attractive and interesting, and has no ugly modern buildings. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Picturesque and Intransigent: Creative Tension and Collaboration in The Early House Projects of Stirling and Gowan. An original article from the Architectural History Journal, by Mark Crinson. Society of Architectural Historians, First Edition. Disbound. Very Good. 29 pages, with illustrations. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy.
Switzerland, by John L. Stoddard. Illustrated and embellished with one hundred and twenty-one reproductions of photographs. (Chicago, Belford, Middlebrook & company, ), by John L. Stoddard (page images at HathiTrust) Switzerland, picturesque and descriptive, by Joel Cook. (Philadephia, H. T. Coates & Co., ). Switzerland is landlocked and surrounded by Austria ( km) and Liechtenstein (41 km) to the east, France ( km) to the west, Italy ( km) to the south and Germany ( km) to the north. Switzerland is well known for the Alps in the south and south east. North of the Alps, the Swiss plateau runs along the east-west axis of the country.
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Excerpt from Switzerland: Picturesque and Descriptive During a very long period, Switzerland and the Alps have been among the most beautiful regions sought by. Switzerland [and the Rhine] Picturesque and Descriptive Hardcover – January 1, by Joel Cook (Author)Author: Joel Cook.
Genre/Form: Pictorial cloth bindings (Binding) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cook, Joel, Switzerland, picturesque and descriptive. Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates & Company. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. Hardcover. Slight wear to scarce DJ.
Front hinge started. Bookplates to front pastedown and rear endpaper. Slight wear to corners; Very decorative blue/green boar. Switzerland, picturesque and descriptive. [Joel Cook] Switzerland -- Description and travel. Rhine River -- Description and travel. Rhine River Valley -- Description and travel.
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Switzerland is spoiled when it comes to scenery, with stunning lakes and the Alps rightfully catching the eye the most. However, there are many more sights to see that are less well known, but not any less breath-taking.
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The layout and concept was similar to that of Picturesque Europe. Known as “The Top of Europe”, Jungfraujoch might just be the most beautiful place in Switzerland. It is definitely a ‘must-see' for your Swiss holiday. It starts with a train journey up to Jungfraujoch where visitors can look out at the scenery all around them (thanks to the scientific observatory and observation terrace that are located 3, above the ground).
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Little, mountainous, efficient Switzerland is one of Europe's most appealing destinations. Wedged neatly between Germany, Austria, France, and Italy, Switzerland melds the best of all worlds — and adds a healthy dose of chocolate, cowbells, and cable cars.
Fiercely independent and decidedly high-tech, the Swiss stubbornly hold on to their. Source: ()You see, it’s the description’s job to set up expectations for the buyer by creating visual images that spark emotion. Insert strategic adjectives into the description that are both picturesque and emotionally stirring, and you’re able to influence the buyer’s first impression in advance of their : Christine Bartsch.
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Describing the picturesque as ‘that kind of beauty which would look well in a picture’ he found that ‘neither grounds laid out by art, nor improved by agriculture’ were picturesque.
 His publication Essays on Picturesque Beauty, used Ireland and Switzerland to define picturesque. On Picturesque Description in Books of Travels is an article from Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, Volume 5.
View more articles from Missing: Switzerland.Citizens of Lucerne taking the oath of the Everlasting League, illumination from the Luzerner Bilderchronik by Diebold Schilling, 16th century; in the Central Library, Lucerne.
Courtesy of the Korporationsverwaltung der Stadt Luzern; Divided into two parts by the Reuss River, which is crossed by seven bridges within the town, Lucerne has one of the most picturesque settings in Switzerland.Book a trip to a picturesque village in Switzerland at the very beginning of the ski season and this doesn't have to be a daydream.
Times, Sunday Times () We stop off for lunch in tastefully picturesque little towns.