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  1. VDOM DHTML . A Vision of Britain through Time | Your national on-line library for local history | Maps, Statistics, Travel Writing and more. Beta: A vision of Britain through time. A vision of Britain from 1801 to now. Including maps, statistical trends and historical descriptions.

    • Historical maps

      Land Use maps: Our collection includes a complete set of the...

    • Census reports

      This part of Vision of Britain is about the census itself,...

    • Travel writing

      This is a special collection of mostly lesser-known writers...

    • Data access

      This part of Vision of Britain provides detailed...

    • George Head

      In 1829 he published his reminiscences of Canada, which led...

    • John Byng

      John Byng, The Torrington Diaries: Containing the tours...

  2. 4.4 52 ratings. See all formats and editions. Prince Charles stresses the need to preserve the unique character of towns and cities, the desirability of reviewing existing planning laws, and the importance of providing architecture on a human scale. 300 color photos. Print length. 160 pages.

  3. A Vision of Britain: A Personal View of Architecture is a 1989 book written by Charles III, then the Prince of Wales . Summary The Prince of Wales gives his views on the buildings in the United Kingdom. [1] Documentary Before the book was released, a BBC documentary was made called HRH Prince Of Wales: A Vision Of Britain.

  4. A Vision of Britain: A Personal View of Architecture. Tapa dura – 7 septiembre 1989. Prince Charles stresses the need to preserve the unique character of towns and cities, the desirability of reviewing existing planning laws, and the importance of providing architecture on a human scale. 300 color photos.

  5. Historical Maps A vision of Britain through time...

  6. 21 de oct. de 1989 · 4.5 55 ratings. See all formats and editions. Makes a personal plea for urban development that preserves the unique character and tradition of towns and cities, arguing that architecture serves the aesthetic and practical needs of the average citizen. Print length. 160 pages.