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Title: Triumphs and wonders of the 19th century, the true mirror of a phenomenal era, a volume of original, entertaining and instructive historic and descriptive writings, showing the many and marvellous achievements which distinguish an hundred years of material, intellectual, social and moral progress ..
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: Boyd, James Penny, 1836-1910
Subjects: Progress Inventions
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa., A. J. Holman & Co
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation


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PROGRESS OF THE CENTURY IN ARCHITECTURE 177 Abdul Aziz, the predecessor of the present Sultan of Turkey, had so greata fondness for building that his extravagance in this respect was one of thecauses which led to his downfall. The Dolma Bagtche palace, erected directlyupon the shores of the Bosphorus from the designs of Balzan, an Armenianarchitect, suggests Spanish work of the sixteenth century. In Constantinopleand at Therapia, — a summer resort at the northern end of the Bosphorus, —

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GLASS COVERED ARCADE. MILAN. many of the foreign governments have built official residences for their repre-sentatives. As for the architecture of our near neighbors on the north, the buildings ofCanada have been sturdy and substantial rather than comely; but the Longcontinuance of cold weather and the lack of means have often hampered thebuilders. Since the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railroad, the pro-sperity of city and country seems more assured ; the older cities growing inimportance and extent, and new towns springing up along the line to theWest. In Ottawa the Parliament Buildings and the octagonal Library, in12 178 TRIUMPHS AND WONDERS OF THE XIXrH CENTURY Toronto, and, to some extent, in Montreal, the Universities buildings, areVictorian Gothic. The later buildings of the University in Montreal, exceptingthe Girls College, are not so interesting; but there are two railroad stations,a hotel, cathedral, with several batiks, insurance buildings, and residencesthat call fo


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