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The Herge Museum by Christian de Portzamparc

The Herge Museum - Entrance

A Great and beautiful contemporary building design is done designed by hristian de Portzamparc. This architect has designed The Hergé Museum. This museum has officially opened in Louvain-la-Neuve, a small town near Brussels, Belgium. The museum is dedicated to the work of Hergé (Georges Remi), who created the Tintin comic-books. The idea of a museum had been germinating from as far back as 1979, while he was still alive. The goal was always to make Hergé’s myriad creations known to the wider public. via

The Herge Museum - Corridoor The Herge Museum - Interior The Herge Museum - Modern Contemporary art
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