Atlas of Legendary Places

James Harpur
An atlas that charts a worldwide journey through rich and varied territory and describing the landscapes and buildings where myth and reality meet. It examines mythical landscapes such as the Garden of Eden, Camelot and Avalon, and places where gods and goddesses are said to have walked the earth, such as Hawaii's Haleakala Crater, Japan's Mount Fuji and the River Ganges in India.


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