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The best-known?

The Guggenheim Museum in New York was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and was the first museum opened by the Guggenheim Foundation in 1939. Taking the shape of a nautilus, its clever design means you can see the entirety of the artwork almost continuously. Starting upstairs, you can descend through the museum by following a circular ramp at your own pace.

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29 May 2012
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