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THE QUAI BRANLY MUSEUM SEEN FROM THE TOP OF THE TOUR EIFFEL.
Sight in punctured of the area of the museum and the Seine.


The Quai Branly Museum (Musée du quai Branly) is a French ethnological museum, also named First Museum of Art or Museum of Arts and Civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas (non-western).
It is dedicated to ancient civilizations and cultures of Africa, Oceania, Asia and America.

Located in Paris, in a building close to the Eiffel Tower, on the ground that had previously occupied the French Ministry of Foreign Trade. The building is a work of French architect Jean Nouvel, author of the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris, of the extension of the National Museum of Art Reina Sofia in Madrid, and the Agbar Tower in Barcelona, among other works.

The museum's address is: 37, quai Branly - portail Debilly, 75007, Paris, France.

(Information from Wikipedia)


Two WS:
1 - close shot of the entrance.
2 - facade facing the river Seine with a vertical garden.

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