The Europe Book
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The pictures below, which were supplied by Lonely Planet, are
reduced in size from the images that you'll see in the The Europe Book.
As scenic as these photos are, they barely do justice to the
book's contents, which include many human- and animal-interest images such as
blond skateboarding beauties from Belarus, a bare-chested tomato fight in Spain,
a sneering horse on Scotland's Isle of Rum, St. Bernard puppies in Switzerland,
a bouncing baby with a traditional Armenian bonnet, sweating Finnish sauna
aficionados, and latter-day punk youths in Lavia.
The Turkish city of Nevsahir, Cappadocia
Numanas River, Lithuania
Roam Kotor, Montenegro
The road to Geiranger, Norway
A parade in Slovenia
Derelict windmills in Bodrum, Turkey
Photos: Lonely Planet.
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