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The historical center of Vienna was named a UNESCO World Heritage landmark in December 2001. The criteria for this selection were the variety and quality of the architecture and urban construction in Vienna, which comprises the middle ages, the Baroque period, the end of the eighteenth century and the beginnings of Modernism. These styles still characterize the city today. Manfred Wehdorn’s city guide takes the visitor on a tour of historical Viennese streets and squares, but also to hidden locations in Viennese courtyards. Vienna’s history comes to life as the connections between the buildings and palaces and their builders, architects and inhabitants are revealed. The city guide is a systematic compendium containing fifty city maps to make orientation within the city and locating the individual sights easier.
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MANFRED WEHDORN, born 1942, is an internationally recognised architect, urban designer and preservationist, and was commissioned by the municipal authorities to plan Vienna’s candidacy for a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Of his work as an architect, the Redoutensäle, the Museum Quarter and the Gasometers alone have become an integral part of the city. MARIO SCHWARZ is professor at the University of Vienna's Institute of Art History, his main fields of interest being architectural history and archaeological building research. His is on the board of a number of preservationist organisations and is author of numerous scientific publications on art. SUSANNE HAYDER, born 1967, has a degree in art history and building preservation. She is currently involved in inventory projects for the Vienna authorities.
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Book Description Springer, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M3211408630
Book Description Springer Vienna Architecture, 2003. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX3211408630