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The World's Most Remarkable Buildings and How They Came to Be: Uncommon Structures, Unconventional Builders

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They are the most remarkable constructions in human historyfrom the Tower of Babel to China's Great Wall to Machu Picchubut how and why did they come to be?

From Anasazi cliff dwellings to Gothic cathedrals, Neolithic huts to French chateaux, seventeen of the world's most ambitious and legendary building projects are chronicled in this lively, entertaining book. What unique
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Hardcover, 208 pages
Published January 15th 2001 by BARNES & NOBLE (first published 2001)
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I have a weakness for these little picture books. There is just enough information to leave you wanting more. The selection of buildings is, indeed remarkable.
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