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Published by MIT School of Architecture and Planning, Aga Khan Trust for Culture] in [Cambridge, Mass, Geneva .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Islamic countries.

Subjects:

  • Architecture, Islamic,
  • Architecture, Islamic -- Pictorial works,
  • Architecture, Islamic -- Restoration and conservation,
  • City planning -- Islamic countries

Book details:

About the Edition

The ArchNet Digital Library provides access to photographs, drawings, electronic publications and presentations, reference sources and links to related reference sources, focusing on historical and comtemporary Islamic architecture.

Edition Notes

Other titlesDigital library, Islamic architecture digital resources
GenrePictorial works.
ContributionsAga Khan Trust for Culture., Massachusetts Institute of Technology. School of Architecture and Planning.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNA380
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3280970M
LC Control Number2003557421

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