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Book Review: What's So Great About The Eiffel Tower?

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9:00 AM | 29 March 2017
by Hollie Wong
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We take a look at Jonathan Glancy's verdict on some of architecture's best known landmarks and masterpieces.

The latest book by architectural critic, Jonathan Glancey, is full of interesting tidbits of information and charming stories of how some of our most iconic landmarks were once treasured, resented and discovered by critics, architects and explorers of the past.

What's it about?

In 'What's So Great About the Eiffel Tower?' Glancey journeys time and architectural periods to question the historic and current status of our most famous structures, including the Manhattan Skyline, Stonehenge, and even the city of Venice.

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