An Architectural Guidebook to Portland

King, Bart

Book - 2001
Average Rating: 2.5 stars out of 5.
An Architectural Guidebook to Portland
A graceful combination of eccentric and traditional architecture. Portland, Oregon, is a city widely known for its civic planning, preservation of historic buildings, attractiveness, and inviting atmosphere. Within the five-mile downtown district can be found skyscrapers, nineteenth-century cast-iron-front buildings, a riverfront park, old brick warehouses and breweries still in operation, a train station with a 150-foot clock tower, five bridges, and a rich assortment of museums, government buildings, and shops.

Publisher: Salt Lake City : Gibbs Smith, c2001
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 0879059915
Branch Call Number: 720.9795 K52a 2001
Characteristics: x, 310 p. :,ill., maps ;,22 cm


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Brief essays describing more than 200 of Portland's buildings -- large and small, old and new.

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