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  1. Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures: Family, Law and Politics (Encyclopaedia of Women and Islamic Cultures)
  2. Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens (Series on Ohio History and Culture) by Steve Love, 2000-03-01
  3. Transforming traditions: Architecture in the ASEAN countries - Brunei, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand (ASEAN studies publication series)
  4. Long Island's Prominent South Shore Families: Their Estates and their Country Homes in the Towns of Babylon and Islip by Raymond, E. Spinzia, Judith, A. Spinzia, 2007-05-07
  5. Country seats & modern dwellings: Two Victorian domestic architectural stylebooks (Library of Victorian culture) by Henry Hudson Holly, 1980
  6. Islamic Art: An Annual Dedicated to the Art and Culture of the Muslim World Volume I: 1981
  7. Prinz Eisenbeton 5: techo en mexico / the mexican roof: 96° 13' W. 16° 33'N (English and Spanish Edition) (v. 5) by Wolf D. Prix, 2005-03-08
  8. The Forest and the City: The Cultural Landscape of Urban Woodland by Cecil C. Konijnendijk, 2010-11-30
  9. Cultural Politics in the Third World by Mehran Kamrava, 1999-11-01
  10. America Town: Building the Outposts of Empire by Mark L. Gillem, 2007-08-29
  11. Acres and Heirlooms The Survival of Britians Historic Estates by Madeleine Beard, 1989
  12. Linz Texas: A City Relates
  13. Log Cabin Living by Daniel Mack, 1999-10
  14. Eco-Urban Design by John A. Flannery, Karen M. Smith, 2011-03-01

81. Administrative And Cultural Complex - International Architecture Competition
and history—will inspire the architecture of this level, one of highest rates ofcountries belonging to for European and North American cultures, the province
A beacon for culture and the arts
A new centre for Quebec's public administration
International architecture competition
Latest update January 27, 2003 Jury selects five architectural proposals
- At the conclusion of the first stage in the international architecture competition organized as part of the project to build the Montréal cultural and administrative complex, Diane Lemieux, Minister of State for Culture and Communications, and Joseph Facal, Minister responsible for the Société immobilière du Québec, have revealed the identity of the five candidates selected by the jury. January 9, 2003 - T he Société immobilière du Québec (SIQ), sponsor of an international architectural competition for the construction of a cultural and office complex in Montréal, has received over 110 design concept proposals from some 20 countries at the close of the competition’s first stage.

82. On Distant Shores
Guaita has traveled to dozens of countries to trace of local and foreign culturesformed unique recognizable styles British neoclassical architecture in the
On Distant Shores
Colonial Houses around the World author Ovidio Guaita
Ovidio Guaita works in the Department of History and Restoration of the Faculty of Architecture of Florence and is a correspondent for the magazine Ville e Giardini . Among his previous books is Terrestrial Paradise (The Monacelli Press, 1999). 368 pages, 9 1/4 x 11 1/4´´
600 color illustrations
ISBN 1-58093-051-4
$60 hardcover ($80 Canada, £40 UK)
From the era of Christopher Columbus, and even earlier, colonists left their home countries to venture to far-away lands. As they settled permanently into outposts in the farthest reaches of the globe, the colonists built residences that combined the architecture of their countries of origin with the design characteristics of their new lands. Such a synthesis of tradition and regionalism created the unusual hybrid designs of many of the world’s most elegant and beautiful houses and estates. For this volume, author and photographer Ovidio Guaita has traveled to dozens of countries to trace the many paths of the colonists: from England to North America, the West Indies, the Far East, and Australia; from Portugal to Brazil, Madeira, and Malaysia; from Holland to South Africa and the East Indies; from Oman to Zanzibar; from China to Korea; and more. Each conjunction of local and foreign cultures formed unique and immediately recognizable styles: British neoclassical architecture in the colors of the tropics; functional European wood structures highlighted by geometric Arabian tracery.

83. Busse Library Web
Topics featured include city history, demographics, architecture, urban planning,urban growth, industry and unions, local government and politics, immigration

Busse Library Home
MMC Jenzabar Periodical Indexes Desktop Reference ... Selected MMC Webpages Webliography : Three World Cities Busse Library provides these resources and book titles for students and faculty seeking information on the history of London, New York City, or Chicago. Topics featured include: city history, demographics, architecture, urban planning, urban growth, industry and unions, local government and politics, immigration, education, transportation, social issues and living conditions, historical and modern maps, city landmarks, cultural events and the arts, landmark events in city history, and list of feature films set in the city. Gateway Sites for the Project: Webpages in the Project: Mount Mercy College 1330 Elmhurst Drive NE Cedar Rapids, Iowa URL

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