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On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the first moon landing, Seeing Stars, will become a valuable “navigator” for any aspiring explorer of the night sky, providing all necessary information that will enable its reader to locate the 88 internationally recognized constellations. In addition, this original edition offers the stories and myths behind each constellation, its ideal viewing dates, along with celestial maps and a glossary.
PERRINE & CHARLES HERVE-GRUYER
Healing the earth, feeding the people
A famous model of pioneering ecological farming in Europe, the Bec Hellouin Farm is the life’s work of Perrine and Charles Hervé-Gruyer. The approach used by Perrine and Charles is based on the techniques of natural farming and especially permaculture, a technique of nature-led cultivation.
Nature’s Spectacular Hidden World
Unknown facets of the complexity and beauty of the world of nature, the images in Nano Nature, far more bizarre than surrealist art, are brought out of the high-tech science laboratory into the public arena, revealing a wealth of astonishing patterns and incredible structures.
The fairytale world
This impressive album inducts us into the fascinating microcosm of mushrooms. All the “families” with their strange Latin names are presented in superb photographs and with explanatory texts.
T. ADAMAKOPOULOS - P. MATSOUKA
Pindos – Grevena
Landscapes and Villages
A tour through all the villages of the prefecture, with emphasis on signs of human activity –buildings, fields, old roads and bridges– as well as on manifestations and immaterial indications of the life of each place, in trades, migrations, habits and place names.
Journeys to the North Pole
Native populations have been surviving in the Arctic for thousands of years. Reindeer and caribou, seals and whales, bears and dogs that draw the sleighs, have made the nomadic hunters’ existence possible in an inhospitable world. Today these cultures are under pressure from the economies of the “developed” countries.
A Vision of Classicism
A methodical presentation of the critical first decade (1833-1843) of modern Athens and particularly the urban-planning proposals for the new city. In the appendix material from hitherto unknown sources is presented.