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Weird Europe: A Guide to Bizarre, Macabre, and Just Plain Weird Sights Paperback – June 12, 1999
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There was a nifty section on the 16th century malarial ghost towns outside of Rome which was worth the price of the book. That's just ... weird. Nobody thinks of ghost towns in europe (though you see them around the veneto, those are more logical). Though with the demographics heading the way they are, there may be more of them in the future.
As a tourist book, it is a little hard to use. There are of course no maps to speak of to actually find these places. Some websites might be nice. Also, the index is pretty difficult to use. That said, it is pretty unique as a reference for europe.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is an interesting book. I checked out several places listed in it and it was accurate in it's descriptions. There's some weird stuff out there.Published on March 20, 2014 by D. Hurt
Loved it and it helped me find some interesting sites in Rome. Will use it again when I visit other great locations.Published on November 1, 2013 by Alan
I was very excited to receive this "like new" copy of Weird Europe, as I was going to Europe in a month and have always been a fan of the weirder side of culture. Read morePublished on September 12, 2012 by JP25