Friday 19 December 2014

Valencia -City of Arts and Sciences gallery

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SPAIN - FEBRUARY 01: "The Eye of Wisdom", The Hemisphere, with The Palau de les Arts (The Arts Palace) in the distance, City of Arts and Sciences ; 1998 ; Santiago Calatrava (Valencia, Spain, 1951) ; Valencia, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain ; First area of the City of Arts and Sciences covering 14,000 square meters. (Photo by Manuel Cohen/Getty Images)
SPAIN - FEBRUARY 01: Museum of Sciences Principe Felipe, 40,000 square meters devoted to bringing science and technology closer to the public, City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain ; 2000 ; Santiago Calatrava (Valencia, Spain, 1951) (Photo by Manuel Cohen/Getty Images)
SPAIN - FEBRUARY 01: Museum of Sciences Principe Felipe, 40,000 square meters devoted to bringing science and technology closer to the public ; The Hemisphere, first area of the City of Arts and Sciences covering 14,000 square meters, City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain ; 2000 and 1998 ; Santiago Calatrava (Valencia, Spain, 1951) (Photo by Manuel Cohen/Getty Images)
SPAIN - FEBRUARY 01: L'Umbracle, " A promenade with a view ", City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia, Comunitat Valenciana, Spain ; 2000 ; Santiago Calatrava (Valencia, Spain, 1951); Underneath L'Umbracle there is room for 900 vehicles and 20 buses, while above a central arboretum with a walkway along the north side, offers a magnificent view of the City of Arts and Sciences. (Photo by Manuel Cohen/Getty Images)
SPAIN - FEBRUARY 01: Sunset on The Palau de les Arts (The Arts Palace) ; Public Sculpture; last element of the City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia, Communitat Valenciana, Spain ; Majectic building created to receive operas and major musical and theatrical productions, it covers and area of approx 40,000 square meters and is 75 meters high ; 2004 ; Santiago Calatrava (Valencia, Spain, 1951) (Photo by Manuel Cohen/Getty Images)
SPAIN - FEBRUARY 01: Museum of Sciences Principe Felipe, 40,000 square meters devoted to bringing science and technology closer to the public ; The Hemisphere, first area of the City of Arts and Sciences covering 14,000 square meters, City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia, Comunidad Valenciana, Spain ; 2000 and 1998 ; Santiago Calatrava (Valencia, Spain, 1951) (Photo by Manuel Cohen/Getty Images)

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