Landeck, Horst-Dieter Radwanderführer Eider-Treene-Sorge-Weg

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Horst-Dieter Landeck, geboren 1951, Fotograf und Kameramann, leidenschaftlicher Wanderer und Segler. Autor der Radwanderführer "Angeln und die Schlei", "Dithmarschen", "Nordfriesland", "Alte Salzstraße" und "Nord-Ostsee-Radweg/Grenzroute sowie der Wanderführer "An der Schlei", "Wandern an der Ostsee", "Wandern mit Ostseeblick", "Rund um die Kieler Förde", "An der Lübecker Bucht", "Wandern auf Fehmarn", "Schleswig", "Flensburg", "Steine-Gräber-Kultplätze", "Klöster-Gräber-Kultstätten" und "Erlebnisorte Nationalpark Schleswig-Holsteinisches Wattenmeer". Außerdem Autor des Titels "Heilsteine vom Ostseestrand".

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ISBN(s) 9783804212701
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Product Form Description Spiralbindung
Seitenanzahl 112
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Reise
Kurztitel Landeck, Horst-Dieter: Radwanderführer Eider-Treene-Sorge-Weg
ISBN-10 3804212700
Länge 222 mm
Breite 120 mm
Höhe 15 mm
Gewicht 202 gr
Produkttyp Hardcover, Softcover
Verlag Boyens Buchverlag

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