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Cinzia Neighborhood - I'm shut up and you?The teacher can teach, educate and train without being aware of the mechanisms that underlie communication, without being aware of the relational dynamics, without the support of psychological knowledge. The text answers these and other questions.

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Young Lamont - elaborated a fantastic model of city with the Venice district and the Phlegraean Fields, a set of coordinated structures of homes, areas of entertainment and exhibitions.170 pages of text, 24 lithograph tables, cover in Imitlin, 24x33 cm, printed on Fedrigoni paper, encased in an elegant box.Book € 49.90discounted € 24.90PDF euro 14.90 Lamont Young (Naples, 12 March 1851 - Naples, 1929) was an Italian architect and urban planner. Famous for having designed and built the Grifeo Park with the Aselmeyer Castle, some palaces of the Margherita Park and the Amedeo district, Villa Ebe on Monte Echia (his personal residence) and the headquarters of the Grenoble Institute in via Crispi.In 1872 he also owed the projects (never realized) of the first Neapolitan underground line (which appear to be remembered in the metro stations of the art) and of the "Venezia district", the new city made of low-cost residential canals, gardens and palaces. population density.

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RUGGIERO, Michele. - Archaeologist and architect, born in Naples on December 24, 1811, died there on March 19, 1900. During thirty years (1864-1893) he was an architect first and then director of the excavations of Pompeii, collaborating with G. Fiorelli and then succeeding him (1875) .

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Moda-anni-20

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Ravello-

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Ravello---Panorama-

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Ravello,-Piazza-

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Si-preparano

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Lettura-di-giornale

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La-corsa

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In-costume-nazionale

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La-Francia-impone

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Democrazia-e-Socialismo

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Diversi

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L'indicazione

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