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    • Travel autobiographies

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    • Travel books

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    • Tourism magazines

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    • Peripluses

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    • Travel literature

    • The genre of travel literature encompasses outdoor literature, guide books, nature writing, and travel memoirs. One early travel memoirist in Western literature was Pausanias, a Greek geographer of the 2nd century AD. In the early modern period, James Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides (1786) helped shape tra ... Read »


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    • A Journey to Arzrum

    • A Journey to Arzrum (Russian: Путешествие в Арзрум; full title: A Journey to Arzrum during the Campaign of 1829, Путешествие в Арзрум во время похода 1829 года) ... Read »


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    • Disneyland with the Death Penalty

    • "Disneyland with the Death Penalty" is a 4,500-word article about Singapore written by William Gibson. His first major piece of non-fiction, it was first published as the cover story for Wired magazine's September/October 1993 issue (1.4). The article follows Gibson's observations of the architecture, phenomenology an ... Read »


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    • Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards

    • The Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards comprises two principal awards the Stanford Dolman Travel Book of the Year and the Edward Stanford Award for Outstanding Contribution to Travel Writing. The award was previously called Dolman Best Travel Book Award (2006-2014). The award is named after Edward Stanford and is s ... Read »


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    • Historical archive on tourism

    • The Historical Archive on Tourism (HAT, German: Historisches Archiv zum Tourismus) is sited in the city of Berlin at the Technische Universität Berlin where it is housed at the Center for Metropolitan Studies (CMS) and the Zentrum Technik und Gesellschaft (ZTG). The HAT had been founded in 1986/87 at the Freie Unive ... Read »


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    • Imaginary voyage

    • Imaginary voyage is a kind of narrative in which utopian or satirical representation (or some popular science content) is put into a fictional frame of travel account. It is very archaic narrative technique preceding romance and novelistic forms. Two known examples from Greek literature are Euhemerus' Sacred History a ... Read »


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    • Life in Mexico

    • Life in Mexico is a 19th-century travel account about the life, culture, and landscape of Mexico, written during Scottish writer Fanny Calderon de la Barca's sojourn in Mexico from October 1839 to February 1842. It was published in 1843 by historian William Hickling Prescott. The account itself, Life in Mexico, co ... Read »


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    • Long Way Down

    • Long Way Down

      Long Way Down is a television series, book and DVD documenting a motorcycle journey undertaken in 2007 by Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman, from John o' Groats in Scotland through eighteen countries in Europe and Africa to Cape Town in South Africa. It is a follow-up to the Long Way Round of 2004, when the pair rode e ... Read »


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    • Luso-Germanic Literature

    • Luso-Germanic literature comprises those literary texts written in the German language in Brazil. It may also include literature authored in Portuguese by German-speaking colonialists and settlers of Brazil. This includes literature written by descendants of Germany, Austria and the German-speaking part of Switzerland. ... Read »


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    • Symzonia: A Voyage of Discovery

    • Symzonia: A Voyage of Discovery is a piece of fictional travel literature from 1820 of obscure authorship. Though prominent advocate for the existence of a hollow Earth, John Symmes, never published any works under his own name, it is likely that Symzonia was authored or influenced by Symmes. The account by the fiction ... Read »


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    • Thomas Cook Travel Book Award

    • The Thomas Cook Travel Book Award originated as an initiative of Thomas Cook AG in 1980, with the aim of encouraging and rewarding the art of literary travel writing. The awards stopped in 2005 (2004 being the last year an award was given). As of 2008, the only other travel book award in Britain is the Dolman Best Trav ... Read »


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    • Trailer Life

    • Trailer Life

      Trailer Life is a magazine dealing with recreational vehicles. Trailer Life was founded in July 1941 as Western Trailer Life, in California. In 1958, Los Angeles advertising executive Art Rouse purchased the magazine. In 1992, Trailer Life Enterprises became part of the umbrella company Affinity Group Inc. ... Read »


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    • West By Sea: A Treasure Hunt that Spans the Globe

    • West By Sea: A Treasure Hunt that Spans the Globe

      West By Sea is an armchair treasure hunt book in the form of a travel journal. It was written by Michelle M. B. Beale, designed by Edward K. Beale, and published in February 2016. It contains concealed clues to the location of a hidden object. West By Sea is a travelogue written by a brain cancer survivor about 10 ... Read »


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    • The Year of Spring

    • The Year of Spring: The Travel What Lasts a Year (Russian: Год Весны: Путешествие длиною в год) is a book written by Vyacheslav Vasilyevich Krasko, Russian traveler and member of the Union of the Russian Around-the-World Travelers, b ... Read »


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