This is a repetition of the previous problem, or rather the application of it to architecture, although when there are many details it may be more convenient to use vanishing points or the centrolinead. From Wordnik.com. [The Theory and Practice of Perspective] Reference
The architects in such cases make use of the centrolinead, a clever mechanical contrivance for getting over the difficulty of the far-off vanishing point, but by the method I have shown you, and shall further illustrate, you will find that you can dispense with all this trouble, and do all your perspective either inside the picture or on a very small margin outside it. From Wordnik.com. [The Theory and Practice of Perspective] Reference
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