By John Julius Norwich
John Julius Norwich's spectacular heritage of Venice from its origins to its eighteenth century fall.
'Lord Norwich has enjoyed and understood Venice in addition to the other Englishman has ever performed. He has positioned readers of his iteration extra in his debt than the other English author' Peter Levi, The Sunday Times.
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A History of Venice by John Julius Norwich