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Characteristics Of Modern Ecclesiastical ArchitectureIn Nigeria: A Case Study Of Some Selected Church Buildings

  title={Characteristics Of Modern Ecclesiastical ArchitectureIn Nigeria: A Case Study Of Some Selected Church Buildings},
  author={Albert Adeboye},
As each epochal period of ecclesiastical architecture manifested its own characteristics to exhibit its own time, this study investigated the characteristics of modern ecclesiastical architecture in Nigerian between 1980 and 2010 with a view to identifying how the previous epochal period transformed to the period under study. The study area was Lagos State in Nigeria because of a number of reasons. The area pioneered the emergence and development of ecclesiastical architecture in Nigerian… 


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