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Churches of Norfolk

Vigar, John E.
A fascinating exploration of Norfolk's historic churches. Will be of interest to all those who live in or are visiting this attractive county in England.
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The Stained-Glass Windows of St. Andrew's Dune Church: Southampton, New York

Cooney Frelinghuysen, Alice
A treasure in the Hamptons: the extraordinary windows of a summer resort church span nearly 150 years of stained glass in America.
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Synagogues: Marvels of Judaism

Uluhanli, Leyla
The most significant volume on synagogue architecture and design to date brought to life by a stunning array of newly commissioned and archival photographs.
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St Paul's Cathedral: Archaeology and History

Schofield, John
First comprehensive account of the building history of st Paul's Cathedral as revealed by archaeological excavation and recording, documentary research and engineering works.
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100 Churches of Venice and the Lagoon

Merizalde, Alejandro
100 Churches of Venice and the Lagoon is a photographic project started by Merizalde in 2014, alongside a broader body of work that began in the city in 2008.
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Building St Paul's

Campbell, James W P
An approachable history of one of London's most famous landmarks.
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How to Read Churches: A crash course in Christian architecture

McNamara, Denis
This handy, easy-to-carry book will provide the reader with a strictly visual approach to reading the architecture of the church.
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Goodbye Architecture - The Architecture of Crematoria in Europe

Visschers, Jeroen
As people make considered choices about their own lives and deaths, cremation has become an increasingly popular option in Europe, representing a recent but accelerating change in funerary practices. What do these spaces actually look like? What role does architecture play in these rituals?
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Contemporary Church Architecture

Heathcote, Edwin ~~
The last decade has seen the emergence of a whole new generation of church designs. Covering buildings across the world, Contemporary Church Architecture aims to appeal not only to architects and clergy involved directly in ecclesiastical architecture but also other practitioners and those with a broader interest in cutting-edge design.
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Designing Sacred Spaces

Wing, Sherin (Scholar and journalist, US
Designing Sacred Spaces tells the inside story of seven architecture firms and their approaches to designing churches, mosques, synagogues and temples, monasteries and retreats.
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