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Forum Building and Plaza

Forum Building and Plaza

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Date: 2004
Creator: Herzog & de Meuron
Description: The view is of an apex of the triangular shaped building. Pillars underneath creating an open public space are also visible.
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Olympic Marina Village

Olympic Marina Village

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Date: 1992
Creator: Gehry, Frank Owen; Brufau, Robert & Graham, Bruce
Description: The view is of one of the apartment towers of the Olympic village complex and is seen from a distance. Structural elements are painted white and are visible on the exterior of the facade.
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Forum Building and Plaza

Forum Building and Plaza

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Date: 2004
Creator: Herzog & de Meuron
Description: The view is of one side of the triangular shaped and elevated building. The sliver shapes are windows. The pillars underneath and some space is also visible.
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The Fish, Olympic Marina Village

The Fish, Olympic Marina Village

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Date: 1992
Creator: Gehry, Frank Owen; Brufau, Robert & Graham, Bruce
Description: The view of the fish is straight into the head opening. The fins spread out on either side and the gargantuan fish shape rests on a large structural support system that is visible.
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Olympic Marina Village

Olympic Marina Village

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Date: 1992
Creator: Gehry, Frank Owen; Brufau, Robert & Graham, Bruce
Description: Two apartment towers with restaurants and shopping center is shown in this view from the beach.
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America's Cup Pavilion, Sails and Winds

America's Cup Pavilion, Sails and Winds

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Date: 2006
Creator: Chipperfield, David
Description: A close view of the facade bearing the name of the building, underneath side of a deck and a stairway are shown.
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Mosque of Córdoba

Mosque of Córdoba

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Date: 0701/1000
Creator: unknown
Description: Interior of the Mosque of Córdoba with some of the 36 piers and 514 columns. From the Islamic Architecture Period.
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Mosque of Córdoba

Mosque of Córdoba

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Date: 0701/1000
Creator: unknown
Description: View of the arabesque above portal of the Mosque of Córdoba. From the Islamic Architecture Period. ó
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Anderton Court Shops

Anderton Court Shops

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Date: 1952/1954
Creator: Wright, Frank Lloyd
Description: This detail view of the shopping center shows some Christmas tree decoration and the entrance overhangs and a portion of the steeple like structure rising from the center of the building.
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Christ Blessing

Christ Blessing

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Date: 0100~
Creator: unknown
Description: It is a round disc with painting of christ. Upper half of the body is visible with one hand holding a book and the other hand in gestural position. There is a circular disc behing the figure with painted motifs in green, blue and white colors. There is visible clothing worn by christ and textures are visible on the dark blue cloth worn over inside layer of clothing. Book has geen, yellow, red and white color motifs. Other than this there are two small circular discs on the plate with written text in latin. They are blue, white and red in color. Other than that metal is visible with plain golden surface.
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