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colonial architecture

 
Sukarno

.... to send Sukarno to various schools set up by the Dutch colonial Administration in .... he decided that his future lies in oratory and politics not in architecture. ....

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Caribbean Civilisation

.... and Muslim beliefs, adding temples and mosques to the religious architecture of the .... that we mimic the institutions set by our former colonial masters, but what ....

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A Review of North American Indians

.... I feel that the advances in agriculture, architecture, science, and complex cultures that .... an attempt to assimilate them into the cultures of the colonial powers ....

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Canterbury Tales

.... The members met and planned to call together an inter-colonial congress. .... His passion for architecture cost him a small fortune. ....

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Comparison

.... Barbara and Cape May are famous for their impressive architecture and colorful history. Santa Barbara's classic and graceful Spanish Colonial downtown with its ....

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American Corrections...A History

.... Like other jails of the colonial period, the Walnut Street Jail had been .... Good-time laws, like the architecture and routines of the first penitentiaries, were ....

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The DIA in Detroit, M Ichigan

.... range of artistic endeavors spanning the early Colonial period through .... the holdings include paintings, sculptures, furniture, decorative arts and architecture. ....

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Architectural Analysis of the

.... other hand, the octagonal shapes, and the lotus motifs reflect Hindu elements of architecture. .... diamond which was stolen by the English during the colonial era. ....

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Elizabethan Age

.... and paintings, the Elizabethan style can best be seen in the period's architecture. .... been troubled by the raids of English mariners on his colonial possessions. ....

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The Aztecs

.... The year round ceremonies and their art architecture opens the door to a profound .... The city of Tenochtitlan destroyed and rebuilt as the colonial Mexico City. ....

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Islam Questions and Answers

.... Indian architecture - blended with Islamic architecture - went into the building of .... during WWII, under Dutch control; the Dutch colonial administration "tended ....

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AD Hope Australia

.... new, and how it is both European colonial and naturally individual. The poet suggests that Australians are vacuous 'without songs, architecture, history¢. ....

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Peru indigenous people

.... remarkable skills in metal refining and metal working, architecture, weaving, pottery .... of Europeans who settled in South America during the colonial period (1500 ....

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Architecture

.... Colonial architecture was adapted by the climate of the site chosen, the availability of building materials, and supplies. Skilled ....

661 Words 3 Pages

Frank Lloyd Wright: Influential Modern Day Architect

.... time: Gothic Revival, Richardsonian, Romanesque, Queen Anne, Shingle, and Colonial Revival. .... experimenting in the search of new forms in architecture and design ....

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The role of archetecture in Gilman and Hawthorne

Architecture is defined as the art and science of designing and erecting buildings .... the house as being a grand mansion dating back to colonial times and ....

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Mexico

.... In addition, the Spanish colonial architecture is consider one of the most attractive aspects of the cultural scenery of Mexico, such as the old dwellings ....

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Thomas Jefferson

.... The members met and planned to call together an inter-colonial congress.. .... His passion for architecture cost him a small fortune. ....

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media singapore

.... Housing and architecture, to touch on culture once again, is a good example of .... and designs are basically being shadowed by the modern, British colonial styles. ....

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Spanish Castilian Empire

.... Every colonial country needs an idea to base its conquest and Spain was no .... a civilised race to compliment this they introduced European architecture and town ....

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None_Provided

.... nationalism was not a simple unification of Indians against colonial rule .... influence that the British contributed to India was in architecture and transportation ....

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the window

.... A fanlight, characteristic of the American Colonial style, is either a semicircular transom .... In modern architecture the use of windows has greatly increased in ....

391 Words 2 Pages

Imperialism

.... According to Author Gwendolyn Wright in her essay "Residential Segregation and Colonial Architecture in Morocco,¢ many Islamic sites were taken over. ....

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Architecture

.... Colonial architecture was adapted by the climate of the site chosen, the availability of building materials, and supplies. Skilled ....

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Architecture in Puritan Era

.... Colonial Architecture reflects that of European nation, those that had to adapt to the dangers and harsh weather conditions of the vast wildernesses. ....

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Explorer Report

.... example the Spanish revival style of architecture was chosen to reflect on the Latin influence that was left over from the Mexican and Spanish colonial periods ....

967 Words 4 Pages

Painters of the Renaissance

.... wanted. In architecture, the style was romantic and homey. Houses were built in grand style, ranging from colonial to modern art deco. ....

630 Words 3 Pages

Indian Consumers

.... for their intricate artwork) and in other art forms such as architecture, music, and .... The British Period The British occupied India as a colonial power from the ....

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Scarlett Letter

.... to a family that had been prominent in the area since colonial times. .... Romanticism not only affected literature but spread to painting, music, and architecture. ....

340 Words 1 Pages

Colonial Williamsburg

.... Architecture, manners, family, and education were several aspects of colonial living that began to evolve and change over time. ....

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