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Debates on History and Heritage between East and West. / van Thoor, Marie-Therese; Stroux, Sara.

Heritage, History and Design: A Close-Up on Kyoto's Urban Fabric. ed. / Marie-Therese van Thoor; Sara Stroux. Delft University of Technology, 2018. p. 8-11.

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Harvard

van Thoor, M-T & Stroux, S 2018, Debates on History and Heritage between East and West. in M-T van Thoor & S Stroux (eds), Heritage, History and Design: A Close-Up on Kyoto's Urban Fabric. Delft University of Technology, pp. 8-11.

APA

van Thoor, M-T., & Stroux, S. (2018). Debates on History and Heritage between East and West. In M-T. van Thoor, & S. Stroux (Eds.), Heritage, History and Design: A Close-Up on Kyoto's Urban Fabric (pp. 8-11). Delft University of Technology.

Vancouver

van Thoor M-T, Stroux S. Debates on History and Heritage between East and West. In van Thoor M-T, Stroux S, editors, Heritage, History and Design: A Close-Up on Kyoto's Urban Fabric. Delft University of Technology. 2018. p. 8-11

Author

van Thoor, Marie-Therese ; Stroux, Sara. / Debates on History and Heritage between East and West. Heritage, History and Design: A Close-Up on Kyoto's Urban Fabric. editor / Marie-Therese van Thoor ; Sara Stroux. Delft University of Technology, 2018. pp. 8-11

BibTeX

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