Name that iconic building!

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Are you savvy enough to name these famous structures?

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Chelsea Hotel
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This facade belongs to what famous New York City hotel?

Also known as the Chelsea Hotel, this New York building boasts many of the greatest artists of the mid-to-late 20th century as guests: Bob Dylan, Charles Bukowski and Leonard Cohen, to name a few.

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Casa Mila
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What's the name of this magical Spanish building in Barcelona?

Casa Milà was built by Spanish architect Antonin Gaudi between 1906 and 1910. Named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984, it sits prominently on the Passeig de Gràcia, one of Barcelona's main avenues, and is today commonly known by its nickname, La Pedrera.

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This beguiling apartment complex is named:

Israeli architect Moshe Safdie designed this for the 1967 World's Fair, held in his adopted city of Montreal. Believe it or not, Safdie actually came up with the design while still a college student.

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Pantheon, Paris
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What's the name of this neoclassical mausoleum?

This stunning mausoleum in the heart of Paris is the resting place of famous French citizens including Victor Hugo, Émile Zola and Voltaire.

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The shard
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London's newest skyscraper goes by this name:

Formerly the London Bridge Tower, The Shard was designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano, and is today considered the new centerpiece of London's skyline.

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Griffith Observatory
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This science center sits atop the City of Angels:

Named after American industrialist Griffith J. Griffith, the observatory became famous the world over after featuring in the James Dean film "Rebel Without a Cause."

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Pompidou Center
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This complex building goes by the name of:

Another Renzo Piano building (in collaboration with Richard Rogers and Gianfranco Franchini), The Pompidou Center in Paris is today home to a public library, the National Museum of Modern Art, and IRCAM, a center for music and acoustic research.

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Holon Design Museum
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This design museum has been dropping jaws since 2010:

Israeli industrial designer Ron Arad came up with this wondrous design, which includes a series of internal, box-like gallery spaces and six ribbons of Cor-Ten steel. Since it opened in Holon, Israel, in 2010, it has been referred to by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the new world wonders.

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