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Daily Archives: September 3, 2012
The Comforting Curves of Arches
Arches have been used in buildings and gateways for thousands of years. The shape is dramatic and pleasing, and also serves to span open spaces and to bear weight. Whether it’s the Coliseum in Rome or a small bridge over … Continue reading
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