12201180465?profile=originalThe history of photography in the 19th century has been constructed according to its creators, techniques and geographical origin, and there are still many possible ways of looking at its significance. Among them is that of the photography of civil engineering, the nature of which is explained within the historical, political, economic, cultural and technological context of the 19th century. The layout through this book forms the map that defines and introduces us to these images, from which to continue exploring meanings in such exciting areas as landscape, the development of technology and the aesthetics of these images that were born in the technical field of engineers but which, in reality, it is their collaboration with photographers that makes them a representation of the real change in nineteenth-century society towards the progress that will affect its ways of moving, relating and living.

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