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Auckland Art Gallery Panorama
New Zealand

My first time to the new Auckland Art Gallery which re-opened on 3 September 2011. Really impressed with the way they have blended the old building in with the new design, well worth a visit.

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Uploaded: 27/11/2011
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Tags: art; gallery; city; buildings; auckland; new zealand
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