Caribbean Baroque: Historic Architecture of the Spanish Antilles
An architectural history of Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic offering a unique synthesis of research from primary and secondary Spanish sources. Gosner outlines the progression of styles in the West Indies--military architecture, religious and urban structures, urban palaces, and the particular design adaptations in each of the countries that comprise the Spanish Antilles. The volume is generously illustrated with pen and ink drawings and floor plans. The publisher's address is PO Box 636, Pueblo, CO 81002. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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