Russia in the crosshairs of Byron

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The author of some of the travel books most influential that have been written, Robert Byron (1905-1941), travelled in the early months of 1932 by Russia, with eyes that are looking for beauty.

Lover of the Russian aesthetics, the tireless traveler and writer english portrait the churches of the largest country in the planet, a selection of drawings and photographs in which the architecture harmonizes with the men.

Now all that legacy is reflected in a book that has arrived for the first time to Spanish bookstores by the hand of Confluencias.


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