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The National Library in Pristina, Kosovo was designed by Croatian architect Andrija Mutnjaković and opened in 1982. The library, with its 73 small domes, was supposed to be the focal point of the complex of university buildings.

When Mutnjakovic was commissioned to design a library for the..

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Pristina journalists celebrated the groundbreaking of the Rilindja Media Palace several times before construction started in the current location in 1972. At the time, it was the tallest building in the newly expanded city center. It was a multicultural coworking space for the editorial teams of..

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The Technical Faculty of Pristina University is one of Prishtina modern landmarks. The building that was designed by one of the most important Slovenian architects of its time, Edvard Ravnikar, is of great importance for the City, the State as well as the Modern Movement in the region. It is one..

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Miners Monument

Mitrovica, Kosovo
by Bogdan Bogdanović

The Miners Monument is situated in the Northern half of Kosovo, in the Serbian part of the town of Mitrovica. Two columns holding a mining cart represent the mining tradition of the city. The monument is a memorial to Mitrovica’s Albanian and Serbian miners who lost their lives during World War..

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The Cultural Centre of Belém (Centro Cultural de Belém (CCB)) is located in Santa Maria de Belém, near the riverfront west of Lisbon, between the dual Avenida da Índia-Avenida de Brasília motorway and Rua Bartolomeu Dias. It is the largest building with cultural facilities in Portugal. The Belém..

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The Barcelona Pavilion, also known as the German Pavilion, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, as the German national Pavilion for the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition. The Pavilion was conceived to accommodate the official reception presided over by King Alphonso XIII of Spain along..

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Monsalvat House

Cascais, Portugal
by Raul Lino

At the top of Monte Palmela the first "Moroccan" house by Raul Lino was built by the Duchess of Palmela, D. Maria Luísa Souza Holstein and for the musician Alexandre Rey Colaço. The Moorish aspect is very visible in several details of the decoration and architecture, namely in the exterior and..

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