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The Prince of Wales last week supported the use of traditional architecture in the recreation of Dresden's Neumarkt market square at an exhibition by traditional architects in the city. A statement from St James' Palace delivered to the exhibition came as debate grew about whether the site, destroyed as a result of bombing raids in 1945, should be recreated or a modern solution sought. The site is bordered by tower blocks from the 1960s and 1970s constructed under the East German communist ...

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