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Guyana: Modern Architecture and the State of The Nation

Now why would the toga wearing Vitruvius have anything relevant to say about modern day Guyana architecture …until one considers the proliferation in this far away land of Roman columns.

Guyana Mosquito thinks the trends in modern Guyanese architecture are indicative of the state of the country.

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