reflected in your mystical elegance Pascu-Verlag Berlin is the text / image band Baden-Baden, your Mystic elegance “appeared. It takes the author Barbara Herrmann their readers on a walk and a fascinating journey through the famous spa town and former summer capital of Europe. With many color images and appealing texts, she tells of the Mediterranean, chic flair of the city, the imposing monuments, historical places and its two thousand year old history. Excerpt: () before we go back, we would like to make a short stopover at the RoMER square. There numerous bistros and other catering establishments to linger invite us. Here we can sort all this, what we have seen in sights and history on this section. This included also the pause in the little Catholic Church.

Also a mid-term review is already possible, after all, it is possible to summarize us, what makes the history of the city. At the same time you can ask yourself, Why still there is the flair of the city, why it associated still the name of the city with luxury and wealth, though already no Kings and emperors more rush with their many cases in the city. Is it still the magnificent buildings? Is it still the bathrooms? Or maybe it is the Mediterranean feeling that immediately surrounds one? It may not be actually. Finally, we are today in a very short time in Italy by plane, so to speak, in the original. There are luxury hotels and history be plentiful elsewhere. But what is it then? Baden-Baden, your mysticism is the elegance.

(u0085) The Pascu-Verlag is a young, up-and-coming Publishing House, filled with carefully selected, high-quality publications niche positions in the book market. Topics are travelogues, novels of contemporary history, biographies, non-fiction, children’s books, and Christian books. Currently, the publishing program is Baden”shaped. More regions of in Germany are to follow. Until September 2010, we are giving away from July every month 3 Copies of our new book, Baden-Baden, your mysticism is the elegance (sale price: 24.95).Participation of H. Nurnberger