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FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2
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FCSarch 16 post-Baroque France 2

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    • 1. Post-Baroque France 2 Haussman’s transformation of Paris
    • 2. “ L’HAUSSMANNISATION ” Paris pre-Haussmann (see notes)
    • 3. Paris pre-Haussmann
    • 4. Haussmann’s plan under Napoleon III (begun 1854) Haussmann’s Plan for Paris 1854 patron: Napoleon III
    • 5. Haussmann
    • 6. Haussmann demolition
    • 7. Haussmann
    • 8. Haussmann, August, 1860
    • 9. Haussmann’s plan for Paris
    • 10. Haussmann’s plan for buildings
    • 11. Haussmann’s buildings
    • 12. Haussmann’s buildings
    • 13. Aerial view, showing Haussman's Avenue de l'Opera The Opera, Paris (1862-75) by Charles Garnier                                                      
    • 14. Haussmann’s Arch de Triomphe

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