Marseille, Vieux Port, le miroir (1)

le miroir ombrière en acier inoxydable poli, imaginé par l’architecte britannique Norman Foster fait plus 1.000 m² de surface (46 x 22 m).

Copyright: Bertrand De Laclos
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 21260x10630
Uploaded: 30/06/2013
Updated: 07/07/2014


Tags: marseille; vieux; port; mp2013
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