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National Museum of Qatar

Jodidio, Philip
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Palmyra: An Irreplaceable Treasure

Veyne, Paul
An elegant, learned account of one of the great sites of the ancient world, a treasure of antiquity that has been all but destroyed by ISIS.
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Building for Hope: Towards an Architecture of Belonging

al-Sabouni, Marwa
The follow-up to the Syrian architect's dramatic memoir, in which she explores how cities and buildings might be rebuilt in the aftermath of conflict, crisis or financial depression.
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Building Sharjah

Al Qassemi, Sultan Sooud
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Baghdad Arts Deco: Architectural Brickwork 1920-1950

Pieri, Caecilia
Reveals the splendours of early twentieth-century architecture still standing in Iraq's capital, despite international sanctions and the ravages of war. Caecilia Pieri's photographs (taken between 2003 and 2006)present Baghdad's architecture in a historic
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Iran: Architectural Guide

Meyer-Wieser, T
Iran has one of the oldest town cultures in the world. It goes back more than 4,000 years. Between the Islamic conquest in the seventh century and the westernisation in the second half of the nineteenth century, the cities and towns in today's Islamic Republic of Iran underwent repeated changes. The Persian building culture influenced architects an
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Between East and West: A Gulf

Bukhamseen Hamed
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Tel Aviv: Modernism as a Contemporary Vernacular: 1

Sergison Bates
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