KINDLE [Spomenik Monument Database]


R currently and previously with a map nside the dustcover showing where they all are Each monument has corresponding description with the name materials location size and the history of ts place they all are Each monument has corresponding description with the name materials location size and the history of ts place the past and current culture The author documents these great monuments with You Are the Rain imagery and text do describe the story behind each Greatmagery Cycle Style isncluded as well It makes me want to travel and see all of them through former countries The spomeniks are nspiring as forms of architectur. Een destroyed or abandoned Many have suffered the conseuences of ethnic tensions – once viewed as symbols of hope they are now the focus of resentment and anger This book brings together the largest collection of spomeniks published to date Each has been extensively photographed and researched by the author to make this book the most comprehensive survey of this obscure and fascinating architectural phenomenon A fold out map on the reverse of the dust jacket shows the exact location of each spomenik using GPS coordinat. ,
Spomenik Monument Database

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