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The Architect and Engineer

Next month will be celebrated the bicentenary of the death of Sir Christopher Wren, the brilliant, unrivalled genius of the English Renaissance. He was an ideal architect, a master of design and a constructor of the very highest rank. W.J.H. Leverton

Author(s): Leverton, W J H