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The urban physical environment results not only from functional requirements of urban life, but also from the very cultural background and social relationships. After examining the relationships between the architecture and the cultural contexts in Paris, the author presents and argues a belief that the architectural characteristics in Paris can be better explained by understanding the Parisian ways of urban life.
Key wordsParisian architecture urban planning
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