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The magnificent country houses built in Britain between 1890 and 1939 were the last monuments to a vanishing age. Many of these great mammoths of domestic architecture were unsuited to the changes in economic and social. Many of these great mammoths of domestic architecture were unsuited to the changes in economic and social priorities that followed the two world wars.
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Image caption Country living may be clean and green but it can also be a challenge for the elderly and the . On the face of it, fleeing to the countryside seems like a good idea. Less than a quarter of the UK population lives there for a start.
On the face of it, fleeing to the countryside seems like a good idea. The air is cleaner, there is less traffic and air pollution - which increases the risk of stroke, lung cancer, heart disease and respiratory diseases - is not an issue.
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Countryblast: Your Countryside Needs You Now. January 1992, John Murray. Hardcover in English. Libraries near you: WorldCat.
The book contains astonishing information about the Mayans, about their . Muslim extremists have stolen a nuclear device and need the stone to give them the power to vaporize any city in the west.
The book contains astonishing information about the Mayans, about their cities, and about mankind itself. Juan Cabrillo and his CIA-backed Oregon crew must beat opposing factions to a meteorite that could end the conflict between America and the Middle East in this novel in the New York Times-bestselling series.
Clive Aslet (born 15 February 1955) is a writer on British architecture and life, and a campaigner on countryside and other issues. Aslet was educated at King's College School, Wimbledon and then Peterhouse, Cambridge, where he earned a degree in the history of architecture.
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