Paris, centre Pompidou
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Centre Pompidou, Paris, Ile-de-France, France // Centro Pompidou es el nombre más comúnmente empleado para designar al Centro Nacional de Arte y Cultura Georges Pompidou de París, diseñado por los entonces jóvenes arquitectos Renzo Piano y Richard Rogers
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Only saw it from the outside this trip but putting it on my list to actually visit it someday: Pompidou Centre by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers
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Completed in 1977 in Paris, France. In the 1970's architects Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, both unknown at the time, collaborated and erected one of the most famous and radical...
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