The use of replica buildings and infill creations in Northern Ireland’s open air museums
Author(s): Alan Gailey
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The use of replica buildings and infill creations in Northern Ireland’s open air museums. Alan Gailey. In Konservierte Wirklichkeiten, Erhaltungs- und Aufbaustrategien in Europäischen Freilichtmuseen. Preserved realities, maintenance and construction strategies in European open air museums. Pp. 144-148. Detmold: Verband europäischer Freilichtmuseen / Association des musées de plein air européens / Association of European open Air Museums (AEOM). 1995 ( tDAR id: 423902)
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