San Diego Architecture: From Missions to Modern : a Guide to the Buildings, Planning, People, and Spaces that Shape the Region
Pocket-sized guidebook to the eclectic architecture of San Diego County. Grouped by neighborhood/community location, with brief overviews of each area and a photo of each building.
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