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We study Architecture History to know where architecture came from, how it developed, and we can learn how things work out in Architectural study and practice in their accounts because they are the first ones who solve these architectural problems and it give rise to the improvement that we have now in architecture.

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Somewhere, someone has has tried to build something and has either failed or succeeded.

Why waste time learning from your own trial and error when you can learn from theirs?

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