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1961 APRIL: AMANCIO GUEDES "ARCHITECT OF LOURENÇO MARQUES"

For the past ten years a Lisbon-born architect, Amancio d’Alpoim Guedes, has been practising in Lourenço Marques, the capital of Mozambique, producing work both original and idiosyncratic to which no attention has been given by the outside world.


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