The illustrated atlas of the world's great buildings: a history of world architecture from the classical perfection of the Parthenon to the breathtaking grandeur of the skyscraper

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Galahad Books, 1982 - Architecture - 192 pages
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Views more than five thousand years of architecture by examining great buildings and monuments from the pyramids of ancient Egypt to the Pompidou Centre--built in Paris during the 1970s

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Interesting in a basic sort of way. Pity it didn't actually include some of the buildings detailed on the dust jacket.... Read full review

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Monuments in Stone 8 The Great Migration
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Faith Veiled in Mystery 26 Changing Face of Europe
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