A Comparison of the architecture of London and Paris from approximately 1400 to 2000.
# 88968 | 1,575 words | 7 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Architecture (Ancient) , Architecture (European) , Architecture (Modern) , Architecture (Theory) , Architecture (History) , Architecture (General)
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The following paper reviews the architecture of London and Paris during the period stretching from AD 1400 to 2000. The paper explores the similarities and differences between the two cities as it pertains to architecture; suffice it to say, while there are general similarities there are many more differences, and the paper explores how architectural divergences explain the differences in atmosphere and appearances between the two metropolises. At the same time the paper considers the differing architectural styles that distinguish the two world class cities.
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