Geo - Die schönsten Bilder: Kanada

by Ruth Eichhorn


Publisher: Gruner + Jahr

128 pages

Year: 2005

ISBN: 3570194914

Price: 45     31.50

Comments: Hardcover with dustcoat, New, 1st Edition.

In the beginning, there was pure scepticism: "The land God gave to Cain." - that was all the explorer Jacques Cartier could think of in 1534, faced with the inhospitable Labrador coast. And when France had to hand over its share of Canada to the British in 1763 after the Seven Years' War, Voltaire consoled himself by saying that it was only "a few acres of snow".  Cartier had no idea of the world that lay beyond the horizon of his perception far to the west and north: misty coniferous forests, glistening glaciers and the luminous veils of the aurora borealis.


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Geo - Die schönsten Bilder: Kanada

by Ruth Eichhorn


Publisher: Gruner + Jahr

128 pages

Year: 2005

ISBN: 3570194914

Price: 45     31.50

Comments: Hardcover with dustcoat, New, 1st Edition.

In the beginning, there was pure scepticism: "The land God gave to Cain." - that was all the explorer Jacques Cartier could think of in 1534, faced with the inhospitable Labrador coast. And when France had to hand over its share of Canada to the British in 1763 after the Seven Years' War, Voltaire consoled himself by saying that it was only "a few acres of snow".  Cartier had no idea of the world that lay beyond the horizon of his perception far to the west and north: misty coniferous forests, glistening glaciers and the luminous veils of the aurora borealis.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Geo - Die schönsten Bilder: Kanada

by Ruth Eichhorn


Publisher: Gruner + Jahr

128 pages

Year: 2005

ISBN: 3570194914

Price: 45     31.50

Comments: Hardcover with dustcoat, New, 1st Edition.

In the beginning, there was pure scepticism: "The land God gave to Cain." - that was all the explorer Jacques Cartier could think of in 1534, faced with the inhospitable Labrador coast. And when France had to hand over its share of Canada to the British in 1763 after the Seven Years' War, Voltaire consoled himself by saying that it was only "a few acres of snow".  Cartier had no idea of the world that lay beyond the horizon of his perception far to the west and north: misty coniferous forests, glistening glaciers and the luminous veils of the aurora borealis.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com