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Patudos Museum

Alpiarca, Portugal
by Raul Lino

Quinta dos Patudos was acquired by Carlos Relvas in 1805 and offered to his son, José de Mascarenhas Relvas in 1888, who later transformed the original dwelling into the museum house that is known today.

In 1904, José Relvas commissioned the architect Raul Lino to remodel the old house,..

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House of Saint Mary

Cascais, Portugal
by Raul Lino

The House of Saint Mary was once a luxurious private residence in Cascais, Lisbon District, Portugal. It was acquired by the Cascais Municipality in October 2004 and is now a museum. It blends several different architectural styles and influences. In the late 19th century, Jorge O'Neil, an..

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Cypress House

Sintra, Portugal
by Raul Lino

The Cypress House, one of the works that marked the professional life of Raul Lino, was built in the Serra de Sintra, in São Pedro de Sintra. It is a residential building, with the name "A Pedreira", made for Raul Lino's personal residence, it is still in the possession of his family, being..

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Lisbon Zoo

Lisbon, Poland
by Raul Lino

The Zoo and Acclimation Garden in Portugal in Lisbon is 136 years old. Inaugurated in 1884 , its original facilities were in the Park of São Sebastião da Pedreira , being transferred in 1894 to the lands of Palhavã, in the land where the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is located today. Later, in..

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The Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB 2019) has raised the issue of Beauty in architecture. A term, often ignored by todays architects, is the focus of the exhibition and symposium. The video features in-depth interviews with curator Yael Reisner, along participating architects Sou Fujimoto,..

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Museum of Aviation

Belgrade, Serbia
by Ivan Štraus

The Museum of Aviation in Belgrade was founded in 1957 as the Yugoslav Aeronautical Museum (MJV - Muzej Jugoslovenskog Vazduhoplovstva now MVB - Muzej vazduhoplovstva-Beograd). The facility is located adjacent to Nikola Tesla Airport. The current facility opened to the public on May 21, 1989.
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Pionir Sports Hall

Belgrade, Serbia
by Dragoljub Bakić, ...

Pionir Sports Hall is the largest sports hall in Belgrade after the Belgrade Arena. It was open 24 May 1973 near the sports complex "Pioneer" which is part of SRC "Tašmajdan". It was renamed to Aleksandar Nikolić Hall on February 2016 in honor of the legendary basketball player and coach..

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The Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade was founded in 1958 and its situated in New Belgrade, on the left bank of the river Sava. The edifice was erected between 1961 and 1965 after the design of Ivan Antić and Ivanka Raspopović, awarded the October Prize of the city of Belgrade in 1965. This..

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