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The buildings of England

Nikolaus Pevsner

The buildings of England

Essex.

by Nikolaus Pevsner

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Published by Penguin books in (Harmondsworth) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsRadcliffe, Enid.
The Physical Object
Pagination482 p. :
Number of Pages482
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21395472M

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Oxford is famed for its architectural beauty; everywhere you turn you’re met with grand buildings in the distinctive golden stone that defines the city. From world famous medieval buildings to bold, contemporary design, this compact city centre is home to some . Here’s a wonderful opportunity to learn about the splendid historic buildings that lend the New England landscape much of its fascination and charm. Noted illustrator A. G. Smith has rendered for coloring 43 extant structures (all open to the public at least part of the year) embracing a wide variety of architectural styles and historic periods.

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