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Old October 31st, 2007, 01:37 AM   #61
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Old November 2nd, 2007, 02:28 AM   #62
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I am confused. Have you ever been to Athens? Here is a clue. It does not look like Barcelona, Roma, Paris ect ect. 90% of Athens is concrete 50's -70's modernist apartment blocks. I would like to know how this grade A glass and concrete museum will look dated in such a city. If anything, I think this building fits into Athens perfectly. Welcome to Athens:

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Nope, but I'v seen many pictures of its historical areas.
If thats how most of athens looks, then athens is filled with eyesores.
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hero of german i would prefer to keep your heronic style.....make some updated and see that the architecture have been changed since the construction of the castle of the berlin........
Oh sorry, I forgot todays architecture lacks beautiful designs and craftsmanship.
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Oh sorry, I forgot todays architecture lacks beautiful designs and craftsmanship.
Glad that you remind YOUR opinion!!
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