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Raymond A
A history of Cairo, from its beginnings in the Arab conquest of Egypt in 640 to a modern capital. This book examines the invasions, changes and conflicts which shaped Cairo's destiny as well as the rulers, religious leaders, artisans and merchants who characterized the city.
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African Metropolis - An Imaginary City

Njami S
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Living With Modernity: Brasilia - Chandigarh

Baan, Iwan
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Lost Paradise: The Story of Granada

Drayson, Elizabeth
An illustrated account of the historical city of Granada for the Anglophone world.
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Tbilisi: Architectural Guide

Wheeler, Angela
This guide presents over 120 buildings and projects in the Georgian capital. It serves not only as a helpful guide for tourists but also as a documentation of the city's social history. The selection of buildings covers a broad spectrum of sights that are not only aesthetically interesting but also shed light on the city's historical developments.
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Evoking the New City: Milan from Post-World War II Reconstruction through the Economic Miracle

Budzynski, Scott Joseph
Focusing on skyscrapers, housing, and city planning, this book approaches Milan as a great example of postwar city through architecture, film, and print media.
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Riyadh: Transforming a Desert City

Elsheshtawy, Yasser
Riyadh presents critical theoretical insights, personal observations, and serendipitous encounters to deftly demonstrate how the city thrives through the actions of its people. It is a vision of an urbanity where both the spectacular and the everyday co-exist, not just dedicated to the few, but one that serves the many.
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