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|Palazzo della Civiltà del Lavoro|
|Quadrato della Concordia|
| - museum|
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| - modern|
| - neo-classical|
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Architect: G. Guerrini, E. B. La Padula, M. Romano
One of the most emblematic and well-known EUR buildings.Built during the fascist era for the World Fair of 1942 that never took place. It featured in numerous movies : Rossellini’s Open City, Fellini’s The Temptations of Dr. Antonio, Hudson Hawk (1991) with Bruce Willis where it is the fictional headquarters of a multinational corporation.
For the moment it is being restaured, it will become the new : Museo dell'Audiovisivo. And it will be home to Italy's national media archive.
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Drawing by Zarkon
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