Walking the Da Vinci Code in Paris

Walking the Da Vinci Code in Paris

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Baker & Taylor
A fan's travel guide to the Parisian areas depicted in Dan Brown's bestseller includes tours through the Louvre, the Ritz, Chartres, and other locales, in a reference complemented by a glossary of terms, introductions to the themes and controversies in the book, and detailed maps.

Perseus Publishing
Discover Paris and decode the secrets of Dan Brown’s popular and controversial novel, The Da Vinci Code, with this fascinating four-color guide through the city and surrounding areas. Both fans wishing to prolong the pleasure of having read the best-selling book and anyone interested in exploring an atypical side of Paris will relish in the intriguing commentary and rare tours of the city.

? Tours through the Louvre, St. Sulpice, the Ritz, The American University, Place Vendôme, the Château de Villette, and Chartes
? A dictionary of sacred and profane symbols, including a glossary of esoteric vocabulary used by Dan Brown
? An introduction to the characters, main themes, events, and controversies that arise in the book
? A close examination of the sacred feminine, and where to find her throughout Paris
? Ideas for those daring enough to take the trail one step further, including historical information and helpful tips
? Detailed maps and color-photos throughout
? A full index that makes finding unusual curiosities easy


Reasearch Associates
Discover Paris and decode the secrets of Dan Brown’s popular and controversial novel, The Da Vinci Code, with this fascinating four-color guide through the city and surrounding areas. Both fans wishing to prolong the pleasure of having read the best-selling book and anyone interested in exploring an atypical side of Paris will relish in the intriguing commentary and rare tours of the city.


Publisher Group West
Discover Paris and decode the secrets of Dan Brown’s popular and controversial novel, The Da Vinci Code, with this fascinating four-color guide through the city and surrounding areas. Both fans wishing to prolong the pleasure of having read the best-selling book and anyone interested in exploring an atypical side of Paris will relish in the intriguing commentary and rare tours of the city.


Baker
& Taylor

A fan's travel guide to the Parisian areas depicted in Dan Brown's bestseller includes tours through the Louvre, the Ritz, Chartres, and other locales, in a reference complemented by introductions to the themes and controversies in the book.

Publisher: Emeryville, CA : Avalon Travel Pub.,
ISBN: 9781598800449
1598800442
Characteristics: v. : ill. (some col.), col. maps ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Caine, Peter

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