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Cover: The Architecture and Memory of the Minority Quarter in the Muslim Mediterranean CityThe Architecture and Memory of the Minority Quarter in the Muslim Mediterranean CityMiller, Susan Gilson
Bertagnin, Mauro
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Cover: Desert Tourism: Tracing the Fragile Edges of DevelopmentDesert Tourism: Tracing the Fragile Edges of DevelopmentLefebvre, VirginiePAPERBACK02/13/2012$24.95
Cover: Han Tümertekin: Recent WorkHan Tümertekin: Recent WorkSarkis, HashimPAPERBACK02/01/2007$24.95
Cover: Landscapes of Development: The Impact of Modernization Discourses on the Physical Environment of the Eastern MediterraneanLandscapes of Development: The Impact of Modernization Discourses on the Physical Environment of the Eastern MediterraneanPyla, PanayiotaPAPERBACK08/19/2013$24.95
Cover: The Superlative City: Dubai and the Urban Condition in the Early Twenty-First CenturyThe Superlative City: Dubai and the Urban Condition in the Early Twenty-First CenturyKanna, AhmedPAPERBACK08/19/2013$24.95
Cover: A Turkish Triangle: Ankara, Istanbul, and Izmir at the Gates of EuropeA Turkish Triangle: Ankara, Istanbul, and Izmir at the Gates of EuropeSarkis, HashimPAPERBACK02/28/2010$19.95
Cover: Two SquaresTwo SquaresSarkis, HashimPAPERBACK10/01/2006$19.95
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