[MOSQUES OF SAMARKAND] Arkhitekturnie pamiatniki Samarkanda [i.e. Architectural Monuments of Samarkand]. S. Polupanov.
[MOSQUES OF SAMARKAND] Arkhitekturnie pamiatniki Samarkanda [i.e. Architectural Monuments of Samarkand]
[MOSQUES OF SAMARKAND] Arkhitekturnie pamiatniki Samarkanda [i.e. Architectural Monuments of Samarkand]
[MOSQUES OF SAMARKAND] Arkhitekturnie pamiatniki Samarkanda [i.e. Architectural Monuments of Samarkand]
[MOSQUES OF SAMARKAND] Arkhitekturnie pamiatniki Samarkanda [i.e. Architectural Monuments of Samarkand]
[MOSQUES OF SAMARKAND] Arkhitekturnie pamiatniki Samarkanda [i.e. Architectural Monuments of Samarkand]
[MOSQUES OF SAMARKAND] Arkhitekturnie pamiatniki Samarkanda [i.e. Architectural Monuments of Samarkand]
[MOSQUES OF SAMARKAND] Arkhitekturnie pamiatniki Samarkanda [i.e. Architectural Monuments of Samarkand]
[MOSQUES OF SAMARKAND] Arkhitekturnie pamiatniki Samarkanda [i.e. Architectural Monuments of Samarkand]
[MOSQUES OF SAMARKAND] Arkhitekturnie pamiatniki Samarkanda [i.e. Architectural Monuments of Samarkand]

[MOSQUES OF SAMARKAND] Arkhitekturnie pamiatniki Samarkanda [i.e. Architectural Monuments of Samarkand]

Item #643

Moscow: Publishing house of the academy of Architecture, 1948. 26, [8] pp., 72 ill. 35x27 cm. Original cardboard binding. Dust-jacket.

Rare in the dust-jacket. The detailed account of the ancient mosques of Samarkand. Illustrated throughout. The author Stefan Polupanov (1904-1957) was the important Tashkent-based architect. His projects included Uzbekistan pavilion at VDNKH and the building of the committee of ministers of UzSSR in Tashkent.

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