Illustrated Europe

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Illustrated Europe no.133-134
Europäische Wanderbilder no.33

Illustrated Europe was a series of travel guide books to Europe published by Orell Fussli & Co. of Zürich and C. Smith & Son of London.[1] It also appeared in a German-language edition (Europäische Wanderbilder) and a French-language edition (L'Europe illustré).[2] The guides described localities in Austria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, and Switzerland in the 1880s-1890s.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Catalogue of Maps, Globes, & Diagrams, Published by C. Smith & Son, London, c. 1900 
  2. ^ New Geographical Publications, Proceedings of the Royal Geographic Society (London: Royal Geographical Society) (12), December 1887 

Further reading[edit]

  • The Arth Rigi Railway, Illustrated Europe (1), Zürich: Orell Füssli & Co., 1884, OCLC 80106306 
  • Baden-Baden, Illustrated Europe (2) 
  • Vitznau-Rigi Railway, Illustrated Europe (3) 
  • Heiden and the Rorschach-Heiden Railway, Illustrated Europe (4) 
  • Baden in Switzerland, Illustrated Europe (5) 
  • Thun and the Lake of Thun, Illustrated Europe (6) 
  • Interlaken, Illustrated Europe (7) 
  • The Upper Engadine, Illustrated Europe (8) 
  • Zurich, Illustrated Europe (9) 
  • Constance, Illustrated Europe (10) 
  • Nyon on the Lake of Geneva, Illustrated Europe (11) 
  • Thusis at the Via Mala, Illustrated Europe (12) 
  • Lucerne, Illustrated Europe (13) 
  • Florence, Illustrated Europe (14) 
  • J. Hardmeyer (1884), Milan, Illustrated Europe (15-16) 
  • Schaffhausen and the Falls of the Rhine, Illustrated Europe (17) 
  • Ragaz Pfaefers, Illustrated Europe (18) 
  • Vevey, Illustrated Europe (19) 
  • Baths of Kreuth, Illustrated Europe (20) 
  • Davos, Illustrated Europe (21) 
  • Reinerz, Illustrated Europe (22) 
  • The Gruyere, Illustrated Europe (23) 
  • St. Gothard Railway, Illustrated Europe (24-26) 
  • Freiburg (Baden), Illustrated Europe (27-28) 
  • Gorbersdorf, Illustrated Europe (29-30) 
  • Chaux-de-Fonds, Illustrated Europe (31-32) 
  • From Froburg to Waldenburg, Illustrated Europe (33) 
  • The Burgenstock (Lake of Lucerne), Illustrated Europe (34-25) 
  • Neuchatel, Illustrated Europe (36-37) 
  • Battaglia near Padua, Illustrated Europe (38-39) 
  • Coire, Illustrated Europe (40-1) 
  • The Pusterthal Railway, Illustrated Europe (42-44) 
  • The Brenner Railway, Illustrated Europe (45-47) 
  • From the Danube to the Adriatic, Illustrated Europe (48-50) 
  • Graz, Illustrated Europe (51-52) 
  • From Paris to Berne, Illustrated Europe (53-54) 
  • The Lake of Lucerne, Illustrated Europe (55-6) 
  • Jugenheim a Auerbach n. Darmstadt, Illustrated Europe (57) 
  • Aix-le-Bains, Illustrated Europe (58-9) 
  • Heidelberg, Illustrated Europe (60-1) 
  • Budapest, Illustrated Europe (62-64) 
  • Montreux, Illustrated Europe (65) 
  • Locarno, Illustrated Europe (66-68) 
  • Canton Glarus and the Lake of Walenstadt, Illustrated Europe (69-72) 
  • Mont Cenis, Illustrated Europe (73-76) 
  • The Black Forest Railway, Illustrated Europe (77-79) 
  • The Brunig Railway, Illustrated Europe (80-81) 
  • From the Furka to Brieg, Illustrated Europe (82-3) 
  • Zurich and its Environs, Illustrated Europe (84-86) 
  • Brieg and the Simplon, Illustrated Europe (87-8) 
  • Zermatt and the Valleys of Visp, Illustrated Europe (89-92) 
  • The Valley of Lotschen and the Baths of Leuk, Illustrated Europe (93-95) 
  • The Valleys of Turtman and Eifisch, Illustrated Europe (96-98) 
  • Morat, Illustrated Europe (101-102) 
  • Sion and its Environs, Illustrated Europe (103-105) 
  • Martigny and the Valleys of the Dranse, Illustrated Europe (106-109) 
  • Chamounix and Mont Blanc, Illustrated Europe (110-111) 
  • From St. Maurice to the Lake of Geneva, Illustrated Europe (112-113) 
  • Mount Pilatus Railway, Illustrated Europe (114-15) 
  • Territet, on the Lake of Geneva, Illustrated Europe (116) 
  • The Hungarian Eastern Carpathians, Illustrated Europe (117) 
  • From Vienna to Budapest, Illustrated Europe (118-119) 
  • From Oderburg to Budapest, Illustrated Europe (120) 
  • From Vienna, Oderburg and Buda-Pesth to the High Tatra, Illustrated Europe (121-123) 
  • Through West Hungary, Illustrated Europe (124) 
  • From the Danube to the Quarnero, Illustrated Europe (125-126), OCLC 82183394 
  • Through the Hungarian Plain, Illustrated Europe (127) 
  • The Monte Generoso Railway, Illustrated Europe (128) 
  • The Transylvania Highlands, Illustrated Europe (129-130) 
  • Through South Hungary, Illustrated Europe (131-132) 
  • The Kuranstalt Holsboer, Illustrated Europe (135) 
  • Nervi and its Environs, Illustrated Europe (136-138) 
  • The Vosges Mountains, Illustrated Europe (139-142) 
  • Kursaal Maloja, Illustrated Europe (143-4) 
  • Franzensbad, Illustrated Europe (145-147) 
  • Spa, Illustrated Europe (148-150) 
  • Spiez and the Kanderthal, Illustrated Europe (151-2) 
  • Hohwald and its Environs, Illustrated Europe (153-4) 
  • Through the Bernese Oberland, Illustrated Europe (155-158) 
  • Carlsbad, Illustrated Europe (159-161) 
  • The Toggenburg and Wyl, Illustrated Europe (162-163) 
  • The Stanserhorn Railway, Illustrated Europe (164) 
  • Waldhaus-Flims, Illustrated Europe (165) 
  • Ospedaietti near San Remo, Illustrated Europe (166) 
  • The Hungarian System of the Royal and Impl. South Railway Co., Illustrated Europe (167), OCLC 55113191 
  • The Baths of San Moritz, Illustrated Europe (168-9) 
  • The Baths of Bex, Illustrated Europe (170) 
  • Meiringen, Illustrated Europe (171-172) 
  • Soleure and Basle, Illustrated Europe (173) 
  • Grand Hotel Curhaus Davos, Curanstalt Halsboer, Davos, Illustrated Europe (174), 1899, OCLC 313584740 
  • Health Resort of Burgenstock, Illustrated Europe (175), 1900 
  • Pontresina, Illustrated Europe (176)