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My previous post was from a Science museum in Lisboa, now I present you the more impressive Science Museum of Valencia, the Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe, one of the buildings of the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències, the complex designed by the Valencian architect Santiago Calatrava.

The sculpture (I guess we can call it that) you see reflected here is a gigantic representation of a DNA molecule.

While browsing the Valencia gallery looking for a view of the building I found only one post of the interior of this museum and none where we can see clearly the outside view of this side of the building, while there are plenty of posts of the exterior of the opposite side. You can take a look at this beautiful blue hour by luighi in which the museum appears on the left (the direction of the POV of this post of mine is pointed by the alignment of the trees).

WS#1: Another reflection.

WS#2: A wider view from above.

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Location (latitude, longitude): 39.456,-0.3513 [Bing, formerly MS Live Earth: ***; Google Street View: ***

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