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A hand-held panorama taken inside the Milwaukee Art Museum's famed Quadracci Pavilion. The postmodern addition was designed by Spanish born architect Santiago Calatrava and completed in 2001, at an estimated cost of $121 million.

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Tags: milwaukee art museum; quadracci pavilion; windhover hall; postmodern; architecture; milwaukee
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