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  • Heart of the Antarctic and 'South' (Wordsworth Classics of World Literature)

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    Ernest Shackleton led two Antarctic expeditions, and died shortly after the beginning of the third. His first expedition was not a total success (they did not reach the South Pole), and the second was, in some senses, a total failure (they never reached the Antarctic mainland at all). Yet it is the second for which he is remembered. His expedition ship Endurance was trapped, then crushed in the ice, before his party could be landed, leaving his men in a hopeless situation. For months Shackleton held his party together before taking to boats and bringing everyone to safety to Elephant Island. His open-boat journey to South Georgia, and the eventual rescue of the party left behind, are now legendary. Visitors to Shackleton s grave in South Georgia, stepping over the lounging elephant seals that keep the dead company, pay homage to the man who had the vision, bravery and strength to open up Antarctica for all who followed. Shackleton showed the flame of leadership as few in the history of exploration have done, and nowhere does this come through more clearly than in the two accounts in this volume.
    13,65  TL39,00  TL
  • Paris : Espaces de rêve

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    La Seine, Notre-Dame, le Louvre, la tour Eiffel, la grande arche de la Défense : autant de noms qui, dans le monde entier, évoquent la "plus belle ville du monde" et son histoire. Petite bourgade de pêcheurs à ses origines, elle fut adoptée comme capitale de la Gaule par Clovis, avant d'assurer le rôle de centre politique, économique et culturel de la France. A chaque coin de rue, la capitale nous séduit, nous enveloppe de son éternelle beauté, mêlant élégamment modernité et tradition, classicisme et avant-garde.
    14,29  TL22,68  TL
  • Chairman of the Fed: William McChesney Martin Jr., and the Creation of the Modern American Financial System

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    This is the first biography of William McChesney Martin, Jr. (1906-1998), the first paid president of the New York Stock Exchange and the chairman of the Federal Reserve System under Presidents Truman to Nixon. The extent of Martin’s influence on the course of American economic history was significant: arguably he has done more to strengthen and reform the nation’s most important financial institutions than has any other individual.Chairman of the Fed tells Martin’s fascinating life story and explains his lasting impact on the NYSE and the Fed, both troubled institutions that Martin transformed. The book provides an inside look into the economic deliberations of five presidential administrations and describes Martin’s battles to bring about ethical and intelligent regulation of U.S. financial markets. His experiences shed light not only on the evolution of the American financial system but also on critical issues that confront the system today.
    42,80  TL107,00  TL
  • 101 Great Escapes (Bounty 101)

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    In the current age of low-cost airlines, all-inclusive resorts, tour parties and tacky souvenirs the world it seems is a smaller, more homogenized place, and the opportunities to escape your day-to-day life on a truly original break have become fewer and farther between.101 Great Escapes takes you on a journey through every continent and caters for travellers seeking adventure, relaxation, alternative escapes, truly unique experiences and many more.Everybody needs a little adventure in their life, providing a respite from routine. By escaping the ordinary and avoiding the mundane you will allow yourself to fully escape, whether for a few hours, days, weeks or months...and once you do, you'll never look back.
    27,90  TL37,20  TL
  • Egypt (Time Traveller's Field Notes and Observations)

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    Describes the history, geography, government, economics, and people of Egypt.
    17,87  TL51,07  TL
  • StyleCity Barcelona, Second Edition

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    This exciting series focuses on the vitality and uniqueness of the world's greatest cities. Each volume is superbly designed and produced, yet ingeniously practical, with lavish photography, easy-to-read maps, and informed and enjoyable texts.From offbeat cafés and cutting-edge restaurants to the most stylish stores, hotels, and neighborhoods,StyleCity uncovers all the special places where both locals and discerning travelers can find a vibrant urban experience. The guides are divided into two sections: "Style Traveler" identifies the most memorable places to sleep, eat, drink, shop, and relax; "Street Wise" divides the city into neighborhoods and provides convenient area maps.
    28,29  TL56,58  TL
  • The Seventy Wonders of China

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    A complete and essential overview of China's marvels in all areas, from the natural world to inventions to artistic and architectural achievements.As China emerges as a great world economic power, this book shows what makes it such a special country and civilization, with topics ranging from the natural wonders of mountains and rivers to the Silk Road, from the arts and great monuments of the past to the booming cities of today.China's artistic achievements are unparalleled in scope. Calligraphy, jade, silk, ceramics, lacquer work, paintings, bronzes, furniture, and gardens are dealt with in highly expert but succinct entries. Monuments like the Forbidden City in Beijing and the Great Wall are celebrated around the world, but the book also presents lesser-known yet breathtaking buildings, palaces, tombs, and monasteries.The marvels of China touch on everyday life too. The Chinese invented gunpowder, paper, printing, and the compass, as well as such objects as umbrellas and playing cards. China's food is also celebrated in these pages in all its diversity, as is the heritage of the imperial system that ruled the Middle Kingdom for more than two thousand years.The individual entries are written by experts from leading academic institutions in Asia and the West, including Robert Ash, Fucshia Dunlop, Alison Hardie, Erling Hoh, Ronald Knapp, Vivienne Lo, Victor Mair, Shane McCausland, Carol Michaelson, Ann Paludan, Lei-Lei Qu, Nathan Sivin, Nancy Steinhardt, Shelagh Vainker, Frances Wood, Ni Yibin, and Zhang Yinglan. 320 illustrations, 250 in color.
    45,36  TL90,72  TL
  • War in Heaven: The Arms Race in Outer Space

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    A revelatory look at the U.S. Government's plan to put weapons in outer space, by two bestselling experts."During the early portion of the twenty-first century, space power will also evolve into a separate and equal medium of warfare….The emerging synergy of space superiority with land, sea, and air superiority will lead to Full Spectrum Dominance."—from "U.S. Space Command Vision for 2020"When most of us think about the potential of outer space for future generations, we think of world communications, satellite navigation, and scientific exploration. U.S. Space Command, however, thinks about weapons. Believing that conflict in space and wars fought from space are inevitable, the president has called on the agency to weaponize outer space and thus provoke an arms race that could cost the United States trillions of dollars and could lead to the demise of the human race.In War in Heaven, a Nobel Prize-nominated peace activist and a former U.S. foreign service officer (who helped write the Outer Space Treaty of 1967) look at the history of military uses of space and the current plans for "militarizing the heavens," including kinetic, laser, nuclear bombardment, and anti-satellite weapons. Contrary to the claims of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld that the United States faces a "space Pearl Harbor," Caldicott and Eisendrath show that the United States itself is today the principal obstruction to passage of an international treaty banning weapons from outer space.At a time when plans to build and deploy space weapons are on the administration's agenda but only just becoming known to the general public, this book will help launch a national discussion of a critical issue.
    15,00  TL51,73  TL
  • Türkei

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    Mehrfach ausgezeichnet als bester Kompakt-Reiseführer: 1. Platz ITB BuchAward! Jetzt neu mit herausnehmbarer Faltkarte! Endlose Weite des anatolischen Hochlandes und abgeschiedene Bergwelten neben belebten Ferienorten an der Küste - die Türkei hat für jeden etwas zu bieten. Hier können sich die Badeurlauber an kilometerlangen Stränden erholen; Wanderern bietet sich eine vielfältige Berglandschaft und Tauchern eine schillernde Unterwasserwelt. Auf Geschichtsinteressierte warten Zeugnisse der Antike, Kirchen, Paläste und Burgen. Der MERIAN live! Türkei begleitet Sie in das Land zwischen Orient und Okzident. Die Autoren Michael und Edda Neumann zeigen Ihnen die variantenreichen Regionen der Türkei, führen Sie nach Istanbul, nach Kappadokien und an die Türkische Riviera. Mit dem Kartenatlas fällt die Orientierung leicht, Sprachführer und Essdolmetscher helfen bei der Kommunikation mit den Einheimischen. Die MERIAN-TopTen und MERIAN-Tipps der Autoren zeigen die Highlights, die man nicht verpassen sollte. Ca. 60 Farbfotos, 14 Seiten Kartenatlas, 1 Übersichtskarte, 4 Stadtpläne, Sprachführer und Essdolmetscher, MERIAN-TopTen und MERIAN-Tipps sowie persönlicher Zugangscode für MERIAN-Spezial-Thema: Türkische Spezialitäten - die Geheimnisse der osmanischen Küche
    9,43  TL47,17  TL
  • PONS Reisewörterbuch Türkisch: Reisewörterbuch und Sprachführer mit interkulturellen Tipps

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    Im richtigen Moment das richtige Wort Wenn es darauf ankommt, haben Sie den wichtigen Wortschatz griffbereit – in thematischen Kapiteln oder im Wörterbuch-Teil. Mit Beispielsätzen formulieren Sie Sätze leicht selbst. Wenn Ihnen die Worte fehlen, zeigen Sie einfach auf Fotos. Mit interkulturellen Tipps verstehen Sie Land und Leute besser. Jedes Kapitel ist farbig gekennzeichnet – Sie wissen immer, wo Sie sich befinden.
    42,41  TL71,88  TL
  • China (Kharakter)

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    Book by Sol, Anne, Cabourdin, Willy
    9,24  TL92,38  TL
  • Gebrauchsanweisung für Istanbul

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    Unterwegs mit den Fischern und Bauchtänzerinnen, mit Designern, Schriftstellern und dem Muezzin, mit Schuhputzern, Barbieren und Dolmusfahrern, offenbart uns Kai Strittmatter die angesagte 15-Millionen-Metropole in ihrer ganzen Vielfalt. Seit vier Jahren lebt Kai Strittmatter am Bosporus, und noch immer schlägt sein Herz schneller, sobald die Fähre sich der Anlegestelle nähert. Möwen im Schlepptau; Matrosen, die an Bord kupferfarbenen Tee servieren; das Minarett der Blauen Moschee, den Galataturm, die Hagia Sophia und den Topkapipalast vor Augen: Ankunft in Istanbul. Einst Byzanz, dann Konstantinopel, für die Griechen bis heute die Stadt aller Städte. Der Autor erlebt täglich, wie Asien und Europa sich zwischen osmanischer Pracht und modernem Nachtleben vereinen und prügeln. Er lotst uns durchs Verkehrschaos und verrät, wie ein Frauenpicknick im Hamam aussieht. Was es mit Schnauzbartverbot und Hutpflicht auf sich hat. Und warum der richtige Fußballklub eine echte Glaubensfrage ist.
    48,22  TL109,58  TL
  • StyleCity Athens

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    This exciting series focuses on the vitality and uniqueness of the world's greatest cities. Each volume is superbly designed and produced, yet ingeniously practical, with lavish photography, easy-to-read maps, and informed and enjoyable texts.From offbeat cafés and cutting-edge restaurants to the most stylish stores, hotels, and neighborhoods,StyleCity uncovers all the special places where both locals and discerning travelers can find a vibrant and idiosyncratic urban experience. The guides are divided into two sections: "Style Traveler" identifies the most memorable places to sleep, eat, drink, shop, and relax; "Street Wise" divides the city into neighborhoods and provides convenient area maps.Mother of antiquity, modern metropolis, Mediterranean mecca—Athens has many faces and many layers. Since the 2004 Olympics, the city has enjoyed a reinvigorated cultural confidence that has given rise to new talents, chic restaurants, contemporary hot spots, and vibrant self-expression.StyleCity Athens leads visitors to all the highlights of this edgy and energetic place. 400 color illustrations and 6 maps.
    28,29  TL56,58  TL
  • Hotel as Home: The Art of Living on the Road

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    Architect and photographer Gary Chang has a strange obsession: he absolutely loves hotels. It's a good thing, as he spends about 120 days a year traveling all over the world. Chang has become something of a hotel expert, but meeting his exacting standards for a suitable home away from home isn't easy. He doesn't stay at just any hotel. He plans his trips with exhaustive research on the hotels of his destination and even stays at several different ones during the same trip to one city. His favorite hotels are those places that have a certain special quality, ranging from New York's kitschy Maritime to Budapest's classic Gellert to Zurich's brand-spanking new Zurichberg. Chang's most-loved finds are documented in beautiful photographs, his hand drawn floor plans, and personal texts in Hotel as Home. He presents thirty-five hotels from around the world in this wonderfully atmospheric book from the Hotel 101 in Reykjavik to the Hotel Le Corbusier in Marseilles, the Soho House Hotel in New York, the W Hotel in Sydney, the Four Seasons in Tokyo, and the Hotel Metropolitan in Bangkok. Whether it's the all-white design of Starck's Hotel Delano in Miami, the Art Deco brass beds and chandeliers in the rooms of Istanbul's Pera Palaca Hotel, or the Zen atmosphere of London's Hotel Hempel, there's something to love in all of the hotels shown here. This a must-have for business class road warriors and all travelers in search of a unique, memorable, and rejuvenating hotel experience.
    26,49  TL67,93  TL
  • Dickens's England: An A-Z Tour of the Real and Imagined Locations

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    Book lovers will go wild over this A-Z guidebook to Dickens-related destinations. It takes travelers (including the armchair kind) to Mr. Pickwick's Bath, David Copperfield's Yarmouth, Nicholas Nickelby's Yorkshire, and, of course, the London of so many Dickens novels. Filled with a mix of old-time illustrations and up-to-date photographs, it also covers places associated with Dickens himself, including his birthplace, the site of the blacking factory where he worked as a child, his favorite vacation spots, and his final home in Kent.
    17,19  TL45,24  TL
  • Darwin Slept Here: Discovery, Adventure, and Swimming Iguanas in Charles Darwin's South America

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    For "Darwin Year," a fresh-eyed and enchanting journey through South America in his footsteps One snowy day in Ushuaia, Argentina, the self-proclaimed "southernmost city in the world," writer Eric Simons picked up a copy of Charles Darwin's The Voyage of the Beagle. Simons had just hiked the mountains overlooking Beagle Channel, and he found himself engrossed in Darwin's account. Like Simons, Darwin was in his mid-twenties when he traveled to the continent. Simons followed Darwin further into South America--to stand where Darwin had stood and to explore the histories, legends and people that had fascinated him two centuries before. Simons trekked to as many of the locations Darwin wrote about as he could find to see if he could see these places through Darwin's eyes, and to learn what South Americans know about Darwin. 2009 is a double-anniversary year for Darwin: the 200th anniversary of his birth in February, and the 150th anniversary of publication of The Origin of Species. Darwin Slept Here is an innovative and thrilling new look at a familiar subject from a compelling new writer to watch.
    13,68  TL57,00  TL