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Atlas of Dark Destinations by Peter Hohenhaus

Contributed by Gareth Hague on Feb 5th, 2022. Artwork published in
October 2021
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    Atlas of Dark Destinations by Peter Hohenhaus 1
    Source: www.laurenceking.com Laurence King. License: All Rights Reserved.

    From publisher Laurence King:

    Reaching some of the darkest and most unsettling corners of the world, this is a compendium of travel destinations like no other. Author Peter Hohenhaus has visited and photographed nearly all the places featured in the book, and brings his first-hand knowledge to the reader. Dark tourism has seen a surge in popularity in the last decade and this is the first book to bring together 300 destinations in a readable and fascinating guide. From nuclear bunkers and disaster sites to strange medical museums and eerie catacombs, this book has something for everyone who seeks a travel experience with true meaning.

    Alias Harbour is used for title and headline type, with a condensed sans in all caps for subheads. Text is set in Aperçu and Plantin.

    Atlas of Dark Destinations by Peter Hohenhaus 2
    Source: www.laurenceking.com Laurence King. License: All Rights Reserved.
    Atlas of Dark Destinations by Peter Hohenhaus 3
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    Atlas of Dark Destinations by Peter Hohenhaus 5
    Source: www.laurenceking.com Laurence King. License: All Rights Reserved.

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