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Niagara Falls 2019 12 x 12 Inch Monthly Square Wall Calendar by Wyman, Scenic Travel Nature Landmark Waterfalls

ISBN:

978-1-5256-0248-1

Description:

These falls where formed about 12,000 years ago when the glaciers departed leaving the great lakes. The waters of Lake Erie ran downhill over the Niagara Escarpment to Lake Ontario carving out a fast flowing river and picturesque gorge. The river flows over two falls on its path from lake to lake creating both the Horseshoe (Canadian) and American Falls. Awe-inspiring to behold, both falls have attracted adventurers and tourists for centuries. This calendar celebrates the beauty of the Niagara River Gorge and two falls. Enjoy thirteen lovely shots of Niagara Falls throughout 2019. Produced via environmentally friendly processes, using chlorine free FSC-certified paper and vegetable-based inks, this beautifully photographed 16-month 12" x 12" wall calendar includes an additional page featuring smaller grids of the months September, October, November and December 2018. This wall calendar is produced in English format.

Classic square format. Updated style. Our square 16-month wall calendars include 13 stunning images and even clearer grids and text. Each of these 12" x 12" calendars features an opening spread with a beautiful four-month (September-December 2018) calendar to plan the last four months of the year and rev up for 2019. Filled with an abundance of holidays, each month’s grid is large enough for daily tasks and appointments.

Year

2019

Category

Canada Regional

Format

Square Wall Calendars

EAN

9781525602481

UPC-A/GTIN-12

US MSRP

$14.99

CA MSRP

$18.99

Entire Contents ©2018 BrownTrout Publishers, Inc. Availability of all titles subject to change. All cover images and designs also subject to change. All licensors and publishing partners included in this catalog hold the respective copyrights to their ideas, images, content, and products.
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