Chinese and Indian architecture: the city of man, the Mountain of God, and the realm of the immortals, Part 1967

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G. Braziller, 1963 - Architecture - 128 pages
Studies the philosophical, religious, aesthetic and social factors contributing to the similarities and contrasts found in the traditional architectural styles of the two neighboring Oriental countries

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Introduction
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Map
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Bibliography
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