See Inside Great Cities

Publisher: Usborne

Review

Tour the world's most famous cities in this interactive lift-the-flap book for older children. From London to Sydney to New York, discover the sights and get a sneak peek into the history of some of the amazing buildings.

Did you know building the Eiffel Tower used over 18,000 pieces of iron? Or that some of the houses in Venice have stood for over 1,000 years?

Eight cities are explored with eye-catching spreads, each with a selection of flaps to lift, revealing hidden information, a glimpse inside a building, or what it may have looked like in the past.

Find out which city has the longest shopping street in the world, and where you would find the lavish Topkapi Palace. The facts and language are straightforward but informative, celebrating cities and all that they encompass.

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