Urbanismo y Clases en la ciudad de Cádiz. Cambios recientes
AbstractThe city of Cadiz is a good case to illustrate the way geographical placement and geological becoming can determine social space distribution within the city. Due to its religious vocation and its bourgeois and bureaucratic tradition, this city has a very remarkable social class factor. This is not only present in urban design, but also in the architectonic one.
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Issue (Month): 12 (Fall)
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Architecture; town planning; marginalization; social classes; Cadiz; peninsula;
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