travelogue

[trav-uh-lawg, -log]
noun
a lecture, slide show, or motion picture describing travels.
Also, travelog.


Origin:
1900–05, Americanism; blend of travel and monologue

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travelogue or sometimes (US) travelog (ˈtrævəlɒɡ)
 
n
a film, lecture, or brochure on travels and travelling
 
[C20: from travel + -logue]
 
travelog or sometimes (US) travelog
 
n
 
[C20: from travel + -logue]

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travelogue
"a talk on travel," 1903, a hybrid word coined by U.S. traveler Burton Holmes (1870-1958) from travel + Gk.-derived -logue, abstracted from monologue.
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Example sentences
With humour and a sense of romance, she has written an intellectually bracing
  travelogue of literary adventures.
The result is not only a fascinating travelogue, but also a personal meditation
  on loss and fate.
His book is weakest when it declines into pop-science travelogue.
The result was a six-reel travelogue, which covered many of the less civilized
  parts of the world.
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