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  1. With Alexander Armstrong, Michael Scott. Using the latest 3D scanning technology, Alexander Armstrong and Dr Michael Scott uncover the hidden history of Italian civilisation and city life.
  2. Invisible Cities by Les Halles, released 27 March 1. between two deserts 2. elsewhere is a negative mirror 3. wave from memories 4. the inside from the outside 5. grow in lightness 6. contemplating my own absence 7. illusion of movement The streets begin to form patterns of larger things. A hidden body with no familiar face in a space with dimensions no clearer than before.
  3. Jul 21,  · With Michael Scott, Darius Arya. Professor Michael Scott explores the hidden secrets of three of the most fascinating cities of the ancient world: Cairo, Athens and Istanbul. 3D scans allow us to view the architectural jewels of these cities as they've never been seen before/10(60).
  4. Kublai Khan asks Marco Polo if he’s ever seen a city like Kin-sai, his latest conquest. There are bridges over canals, palaces with doorsteps in the water, and boats unloading vegetables. Marco says that he never imagined a city like this one could exist. That evening, Marco describes cities.
  5. CileSuns92’s list 'Cities in "Invisible Cities" by Italo Calvino' of 55 great name ideas: DIOMIRA - Berenice!
  6. Invisible Cities is divided into nine chapters, the first and last containing descriptions of 10 cities, while the other chapters contain five each. There are 11 categories of cities with five representative descriptions, so Marco Polo describes 55 cities in total.
  7. Rome’s Invisible City ‘Rome’s Invisible City’, aired at 9pm on 1st June BBC One. In this documentary for BBC1 (and BBC Worldwide), I teamed up with ‘Pointless’ and ‘Have I Got News For You’ host Xander Armstrong to investigate the invisible world of underground Rome.
  8. Written by Michael Braun Invisible Cities is a text of patterns and symmetry. It is divided into nine chapters, the first and last containing descriptions of 10 cities, while the other chapters contain five each. and in his mind he tries to construct a city of his own. He compares the cities to a game of chess and reckons that if he is able.

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