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The Black Diamond Building
Copenhagen

The Black Diamond is one of the new (1999) buildings on the waterfront of Copenhagen. The building was designed by Danish architects Schmidt, Hammer and Lassen. Named for its tilted outside cover of black marble and glass. It houses The Royal Danish Library and a concert hall.

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Uploaded: 12/07/2009
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