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Architecture Is Fascinating

Architects are creators in the real sense. They can conceptualize and implement great design and arouse deep feelings just by the work they do.

Their work is a siren call for many, both romantic and high in status.

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"In fact, the confidence of the people is worth more than money." ~ Carter G. Woodson

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