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Picasso Tower at night (Madrid, Spain)
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Picasso Tower (in spanish - Torre Picasso) was  built on the Picasso Square in 1988.  It's height is 157 meters. The architect is Minoru Yamasaki - author of World Trade Center buildings in New York.

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