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Under Manhattan

Erling Kagge experiences New York like never before - underground. Along with Steve Duncan, an urban historian and photographer, he descends into the network of sewers, subways and water tunnels. They traverse the length of New York, from the Bronx to Manhattan. Their final stop: the Atlantic Ocean. Through photos, philosophical reflections and accounts of their journey a world opens up that has never been explored before. Erling describes what he sees en route, a 'negative beauty' formed by the absence of colour, light, natural order.

Polar explorer, author and philosopher Erling Kagge was the first person ever to walk alone to the South Pole and to surmount the 'three poles': North, South ant the summit of the Mount Everest. Now he explores New York like never before-underground.
Along with Steve Duncan, he descends into the network of sewers, subways and water tunnels that the city has to offer-all the way from The Bronx via Manhattan to the Atlantic Ocean. The account of their journey opens a world that has never been explored before.

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