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Ronchamp, Chapelle Notre Dame du Haut by Le Corbusier, View from the East
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Between 1950 and 1954 the chapel was built Le Corbusier. Like its predecessor building the chapel is a place of pilgrimage. It is well equipped for both inside and outside mass.

Copyright: Carsten T. Rees
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送信日: 05/09/2011
更新日: 05/08/2014
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