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The majestic pyramids and temples of Egypt, great monuments of the Greek and Roman worlds, gems of European medieval and Renaissance architecture, extraordinary works built by Mesoamerican and Oriental civilization, and astonishing structures designed by acclaimed contemporary masters are just a few of the works showcased in this exploration of the history of architectural creativity.… (mere)
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Un libro eccezionale! ( )
  AntonioGallo | Nov 2, 2017 |
...very interesting, a book with an art history feel to it (very big, very heavy, great photography). It began with a description of the original 7 wonders, and then four different authors broke down the seven wonders of four separate eras: Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance and Modern. Chronologically, there were stuctures such as the Great Pyramids of Giza, The great Wall of China, Hagia Sophia, The Bayeux Tapestry, Santa Maria del Fiore (The Duomo), Versailles, The sight of Earth from space, and the DNA spiral. I thought the lists were pretty good, but that the Medieval and Renaissance periods were too centered on Western European structures. I don't understand how someone could leave out the Taj Mahal, just because the Renaissance was mainly a western Europen construct. Likewise, some of the modern wonders had me wondering as well: The New York skyline? The Union Pacific "Big Boy" 4-8-8-4 Freight Locomotive? I thought that something like the Birth Control Pill would have been a far better choice over either one of those, being that it has impacted our world in ways unimaginable, has a far more lasting influence on the world, and was truly a modern miracle of science. But then again, I wasn't chosen to write the book. All in all, very interesting and insightfull; highly recommended ( )
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