Series: 歴史群像シリーズ

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よみがえる日本の城 (30) (歴史群像シリーズ)
図説 城造りのすべて―決定版 (歴史群像シリーズ) by 小和田 泰経
図説江戸三百藩「城と陣屋」総覧―決定版 (西国編) (歴史群像シリーズ) by 三浦 正幸
戦国の山城―山城の歴史と縄張を徹底ガイド (歴史群像シリーズ)
日本100名城公式ガイドブック―日本の文化遺産「城」を見に行こう (歴史群像シリーズ)
江戸東京―変遷を古地図・古写真で追う (歴史群像シリーズ 城と城下町 1)

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