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Museum Jean Tinguely in Basel Switzerland
Baden-Wuerttemberg

This Museum, built by architect Mario Botta, houses the 'animated machines' the artist Jean Tinguely put together from scrap metal. The sculptures rattle and squeak and  beg rather loud for lubrication.

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