1905 - Baedeker’s Berlin And Its Environs; Handbook For Travellers, Second Edition
By Karl Baedeker
Published 1905, Second Edition.
Karl Baedeker, Publisher/ Leipsic
Baedeker’s Handbooks first started being published in 1837 and had continued popularity through the years.
Berlin was part of the German Empire until 1918/ WWI. Maps and information within this describe and show this bustling city prior its major destruction from WWII.
Contains useful information for travellers of that time on the railway and steamboat companies, hotels, and much more.
With 6 Maps & 18 Plans; including list of hotels, railways, shops etc.
Red flexible binding with gilt lettering to front cover and spine, binding tight, with pull-out/ attached maps and diagrams, marbled edges, 247pp.
Size: 4 1/4” x 6 1/4”