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Series: Kleine Cultuurgids

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Interbellumarchitektuur in Oost-Vlaanderen by Anthony Demey1990
Lodewijkstijlen en Oostvlaamse architektuur by Anthony Demey1991
Architektuur te Lokeren tussen 1890 en 1914 bouwen tijdens de belle époque by Anthony Demey1992
Te goed voor de sloop - ideeën voor hergebruik van industrieel erfgoed by Andrea De Kegel1992
Het Gentse bisschopshuis: monument van vroege neogotiek by Ludo Collin1993
Valentin Vaerwyck van oud-Vlaendren tot nieuw provinciehuis by Anthony Demey1993
Weerspiegeld in de Leie landschap en bouwkundig erfgoed tussen Gent en Deinze by Martine Pieteraerens1993
Geo Verbanck beeldhouwer by Anthony Demey1995
Het kasteel van Laarne by Patrick Devos1995
Het Miljoenenkwartier een Gentse woonwijk uit het Interbellum by Leen Meganck1995
De Sint-Annakerk te Gent by Arthur Suys1996
De Sint-Antoniuskerk te Sint-Niklaas drie eeuwen sobere barok by Anthony Demey1996
Oscar van de Voorde architect 1871-1938 by Anthony Demey1997
Het Campo Santo van Sint-Amandsberg by Sabine De Groote2000
Sint-Hermes van Rome tot Ronse by Jan Vandamme2000
De Westerbegraafplaats van Gent by An Hernalsteen2000
De Duitse bunkerlinie van Steendorp - Vrasene 1917 by Raymond Van Meirvennenot in English Common Knowledge2002
Over elfenheuvels en kabouterbergen een overzicht van de bewaarde mottekastelen in de provincie Oost-Vlaanderen by Sam De Decker2002
Bastions voor koning en God forten en verdedigingswerken in het krekengebied van Oost-Vlaanderen by Johan Termote2004
De Sint-Ludgeruskerk van Zele met het Van Peteghemorgel by Emiel Verstrepen2004
De versterkingen van de Wellingtonbarrière in Oost-Vlaanderen. De vesting Dendermonde, de Gentse citadel en de vesting Oudenaarde by Robert Gils2005
Jeruzalem in de crypte de muurschilderingen in de crypte van de Gentse Sint-Baafskathedraal by Lindsay Vandenabeele2007
Heiligendevotie in het bisdom Gent by Johan Decavele2009
Treuvelde gij brigade? Bargoens van Zele in literaire teksten by Paul Van Hauwermeiren2009

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