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    Pre-Columbian Architecture (The Great Ages of World Architecture)
    George Braziller | 1963 | ISBN: N/A | English | 136 pages | PDF | 20.8 MB

    The architecture which preceded the sixteenth-century Spanish Conquest of Central and South America is outstanding for its expression of strength and vitality.
    From the beginning of the Christian era - even earlier - the pagan civilizations that dominated this area had developed relatively undisturbed by outside influences. Of these, the Aztec and the Maya peoples of Mexico, and the Incas of Peru left a legacy of especially impressive monuments. Tenochtitlan, principal city of the Aztecs, would probably be closer to our mid-twentieth-century ideal of a well planned city than any which were built in the Spain of Cortes, its conqueror. The concern for integration of various architectural elements within a city, especially the sophisticated plans found in the Maya cities of Yucatan, somewhat parallels our own attempts to establish unity within our constantly growing, expanding cities.[​IMG]
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