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City Hall Chemnitz

Chemnitz, Germany
by Rudolf Weißer, ...

The Congress Hall (Stadthalle) in Chemnitz was built in the former German Democratic Republic, when the city had the eloquently socialist name of "Karl-Marx-Stadt". Moreover, a famous gigantic statue of Marx (the second largest bust in the world) realized by the Russian sculptor Lev Kerbel is..

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Les Choux de Créteil (aka the cabbages), designed by Gérard Grandval is a residential development located in Creteil, a commune in the southeastern suburbs of Paris, France. The complex which consists of ten towers (each fifteen stories high) was built in the early 70s as an experimental..

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Hotel Cosmos

Moscow, Russia
by B. Banykin, ...

The Cosmos Hotel is situated in the city center of Chisinau, where Constantin Negruzzi Boulevard and Dimitrie Cantemir Boulevard meet. In front of the hotel stands a statue of Grygory Kotovsky (1881-1825), a controversial personality, the communist activist, for some a Bolshevik hero, for others..

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A project by the architect Aleksandr Belokon with a very brutalist outlook, built when the city was still called Kuybyshev (dedicated to a Bolshevik revolutionary, the previous name of Samara was used again after 1991). In this 20-storey residential high rise, the asymmetrical balconies are..

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Revoltella Museum

Trieste, Italy
by Carlo Scarpa, ...

The Revoltella Museum is a modern art gallery founded in Trieste in 1872 by Baron Pasquale Revoltella. In 1963 Carlo Scarpa received the order for the restructuring of the Museo Revoltella. The museum consists of three buildings from the second half of the 19th century: the Palazzo Revoltella by..

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Cultural Centre

Trieste, Italy
by Edo Mihevc

The Kulturni dom (Cultural Centre) in Trieste, housing the Permanent Slovene Theatre represents a phenomenon among theatre buildings in the Slovene cultural space. In order to understand this one has to know the history of Slovenes in Trieste and their literally fiery theatrical history. Kulturni..

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National Centre

Trieste, Italy
by Max Fabiani

National Centre in Trieste was a multi-purpose building, which was built in the years from 1901 to 1904 by the architect Max Fabiani. In the past, the Slovenian hosted a number of organizations, including associations Sokol and unity, as well as theater, savings bank, cafe and hotel. As a symbol..

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Rozzol Melara stands on the eastern edge of Trieste, on a ridge exposed to the north winds and in ideal geographic position. The building lies on the slope of the hill at the top of a valley overlooking the city and the sea. The selection of this location since the design phase – which was..

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