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The century of destruction The city that devoured its glory : imperial and Renaissance Rome The city that rewrote its past : Fascist and modern Rome The heritage of war : Warsaw The tragedy of the megacity : Cairo Ideological conflict with the past : Moscow and Beijing Preservation and economic justice : Singapore Preservation and social conscience : Amsterdam and Vienna The city of the gods besieged : Athens The comprehensible urban visage : London and Paris Tourism versus the habitable city : Venice Politics and preservation in the modern metropolis : New York Reversing the culture of destruction : Kyoto The city redeemed : Berlin, Moscow, New York, and Mexico City The city as a living museum : Charleston and Jerusalem.