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Art Nouveau Architecture

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More than 4 billion people live in urban areas globally. It’s now projected that by 2050, more than two-thirds of the world population will live in urban areas. So no wonder we pay more importance to the buildings and structures around us.

A "Art Nouveau" Ode to Music, the Musical Instruments Museum in Brussels

The former "Old England" department store, dedicated today to music. Have a look at my most interesting pictures: www.flickriver.com/photos/vainsang/popular-interesting/

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Named the Best Cruise Destination of 2017, Budapest is split into two sides: Buda on the west of the Danube River and Pest on the east. As the capital city of Hungary, Budapest is known for its Art Nouveau architecture, Jewish heritage, folk culture and much, much more. While on a European river cruise you’ll have the opportunity to discover Budapest in all its glory. Here are a few things for you to do while in port:
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Une architecture « Art Nouveau » de toute beauté confère à l'hôtel K+K Central un caractère unique. Classé monument historique, ce bâtiment aux lignes sophistiquées se structure en espaces intérieurs originaux particulièrement agréables à vivre. Vous apprécierez à coup sûr sa position centrale dans Prague, au cœur même de la vieille ville, près de la Tour de la Poudre et des sites les plus prestigieux. Toutes les splendeurs de Prague vous attendent, à quelques pas seulement.
Cubism is an early-20th-century avant-garde art movement that revolutionized European painting and sculpture and inspired related movements in music, literature and architecture. 📌 Artists Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque brought different views of subjects (usually objects or figures) together in the same picture, resulting in paintings that appear fragmented and abstracted.