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Title Cultural heritage as civilizing mission : from decay to recovery / Michael Falser, editor.
Author International Workshop on Cultural Heritage and the Temples of Angkor (2nd : 2011 : Heidelberg, Germany)
Published Cham : Springer, 2015
Detail x, 355 p. : ill. (some color). ; 24 cm
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