A history of architecture in the Carpathian basin, 1000-1920

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East European Monographs, 2001 - Architecture - 228 pages
Quietly evolving behind the blanket of the language barrier, the rich cultural traditions of Hungary have been long inaccessible to the world community. This book offers an exploration into the Eastern European architectural tradition in relation to the design elements and aesthetic principles of Western European architecture. Stylistic analyses and 100 black and white plates combine in this work to reflect an accurate perception of the cultural heritage of modern Hungary.

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