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Krung Thep Maha Nakhon / Winyu `Angkhanarak lae khana
Bib ID 1199441
Format BookBook
Author
Winyu `Angkhanarak
 
Description [Bangkok] : Fai Phatthana Kanmuang lae Kanpokkhrong, Samnak Nayobai lae Phaen Mahatthai, 2516 [1973] 
4, 254 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
Series

Thai collection social sciences

Summary

Articles on town planning for Bangkok.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects City planning -- Thailand -- Bangkok.  |  Bangkok Metropolitan Area (Thailand) -- Politics and government.  |  Bangkok Metropolitan Area (Thailand) -- Economic conditions.  |  Bangkok Metropolitan Area (Thailand) -- Social conditions.
Other authors/contributors Thailand. Samnak Nayobai lae Phaen Mahatthai

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