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Grand Buildings of Melbourne

The Grand Dame of Australia, the city of Melbourne has an elegant, sophisticated aura , due in part to its classic buildings, which are a fascinating mix of architectural styles. 416 more words

Norwich Part II: The Royal Arcade

Opened in 1899, the 247 foot long covered avenue was designed and built by Dereham-born architect George Skipper and today it houses a wonderful mixture of shops and restaurants – plus the famous Colman’s Mustard Shop! 251 more words


A brief look at Colchester

We were in Colchester at the beginning of September for a wedding so didn’t really do much in the way of exploring. Given my love for architectural styles I did have a brief wander around the Cultural area where we were staying to see what I could find.   676 more words


Monolithic marvels

My second post of 2016! I don’t know how I slackened off , wait, I actually do know how- those crazy stressful final months of my PhD! 708 more words


Heritage-Based Sustainability In PortSaid

This research is an attempt to specify the attributes in Port Said’s built-heritage, most particularly that which was founded towards the end of 19th and early of 20th centuries. 120 more words


Old Home Sweet Home

Do you dream of owning a home with historic character?  A home that oozes charm?  A home with the grace and personality of its former days?  133 more words


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Ground Plan Map of San Diego Exposition
On the Plaza de Panama are seen other interesting types. The Kern and Tulare Building, for example , is an excellent type of the urban residence’ …
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