Description - The Portuguese by Marion Kaplan
First published in 1991, this lively travel companion is brought up-to-date here in a new revised edition with additional chapters. "The Portuguese: The Land and its People" contains a fascinating guide to Portugal's rich and turbulent history: one of Romans and Moors, of the age of exploration, of exotic kings and queens, and of the revolution of 1974. The book features maps, illustrations and photographs, a detailed chronology and an invaluable, fully up-dated chapter of practical travel advice for visitors to Portugal.
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(216mm x 135mm x 31mm)
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Author Biography - Marion Kaplan
Born in London, Marion Kaplan lived in Africa for more than twenty years. As a freelance journalist, she has written for Newsweek, The Times, The Observer, The New York Times and National Geographic. She is the author of Focus Africa, a book on Africa's post-independence period. Since 1980 she has worked mainly in Europe and lived for several years in an old stone house in the Algarve. She is also a professional photojournalist.