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Antartida / Antarctica 100 Imagenes / 100 Glimpses

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By: Marcelo Beccaceci
96 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Southworld
Antartida / Antarctica
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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish

The incomparable beauty of mankind's last frontier unfolds here in 100 dazzling images that convey the immensity of the ice fields and glaciers, the imposing icebergs, the signs of human presence and the extraordinary wildlife of remote Antarctica and South Georgia.

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Art / Photobook
By: Marcelo Beccaceci
96 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Southworld
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