Tag: #replicafutures; fakes; reconstructions; replicas

Book review: Fake Heritage: Why We Rebuild Monuments, by John Darlington, Yale University Press, 2020, 247 pp, £25.52. By Francesca Piazzoni

Societies have long replicated, imitated, or even invented a past that never existed through built forms. From the copies of Greek temples that became popular across the Roman empire, to the themed residential neighborhoods that continue to transform cities around the world, re-producing a space from another time has helped people to construct a sense

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