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'On 27 interactive maps you can check how vision of the World and geographical knowledge of human kind have been changing through the centuries.Rich illustrated book about great explorers increase your knowledge about their lives and discoveries – from Christopher Columbus and Ferdinand Magellan, through James Cook to George...
'On 27 interactive maps you can check how vision of the World and geographical knowledge of human kind have been changing through the centuries.
Rich illustrated book about great explorers increase your knowledge about their lives and discoveries – from Christopher Columbus and Ferdinand Magellan, through James Cook to George Vancouver and many others.
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