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This is one of the few loading docks ever designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. On the eastern side of the Polk Science Building. The last of the buildings erected on the Child of the Sun campus at Florida Southern College. The planeteium is the only one designed and built to Frank Lloyd Wright's design.

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