Bath: An Architectural Guide
Ellipsis London, 1997 - Architecture - 312 pages
This guide looks at a broad range of architecture in Bath, providing an understanding of the historical and political contexts that have shaped it. It focuses on significant projects built since 1990 as well as providing practical information for vistors.
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