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By Paul Guinness

Counseled through Cambridge overseas Examinations offer a key source to your scholars with this revised version for the up-to-date 2016 syllabus (0460). This publication has been rigorously ready to hide the complete curriculum for the newest Cambridge overseas Examinations IGCSE Geography syllabus. it really is observed through a CD-ROM delivering research and revision aid. - Covers the 3 geographical subject matters: inhabitants and payment, the typical surroundings, and financial improvement - up to date case reviews from world wide be certain assurance of the entire required case reports - Geographical abilities and geographical investigations chapters offer perfect education for Papers 2 and three

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The parador is in the city’s old quarter, recently declared a World Heritage Site. The spacious public areas are decorated with soft cream shades and rough-hewn ceiling beams. Venison with goat cheese and roast kid with rosemary are typical of the varied Extremaduran cuisine served in the parador restaurant. See p. 234. Parador de Trujillo (Trujillo; & 92-732-13-50): A parador set in the inviting 16th-century convent of Santa Clara, this was originally built in a combination of medieval and Renaissance styles.

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Identifiable features of the Gothic include: • Pointed arches. The most significant development of the Gothic era was the discovery that pointed arches could carry far more weight than rounded ones. 32 C H A P T E R 2 . A T R AV E L E R ’ S G U I D E TO A RT & A R C H I T E C T U R E • Cross vaults. Instead of being flat, the square patch of ceiling between four columns arches up to a point in the center, creating four sail shapes, sort of like the underside of a pyramid. The X separating these four sails is often reinforced with ridges called ribbing.

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