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an artistic work in a style that imitates that of another work, artist, or period.
the United Kingdom
As one of the most vibrant metropolitan countries in the world, the UK is home for anyone and everyone. This very fact is why people flock from all over the world, from all backgrounds and all disciplines. This success in the joining of so many people creates a platform for the world's money to be spent and one that has been forgotten in recent years. The attempt at recreating a city or country like the UK - like many of the other major countries in the world renders a false UK, a pastiche that cannot stand the test of time.
I believe celebrating the imaginatively rich history of the United Kingdom and everything it stands for, is what first attracted people to call themselves British and what forever will keep on attracting them.
Investing in the UK to create buildings for its people is like creating reservoirs in the African desert: supply the demand, invest in the UK.
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