Silent Witnesses: Adelaide's Statues and Monuments
Wakefield Press, 1997 - 163 strán (strany)
Statues and monuments fill streets and museums all over the world. Every monument tells a tale, not only of its subject, but of the society that erects it. Adelaide's founders cherished the uniqueness of the city's parks and boulevards and filled them with noble statues.
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