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    Egypt Threatens to Reclaim Cleopatra's Needle from Central Park

    Egypt Threatens to Reclaim Cleopatra's Needle from Central Park
    CAIRO— Zahi Hawass, the ubiquitous, media-savvy Egyptian antiquities director whose blockbuster King Tut exhibition just finished its United States tour over the weekend, cannot be accused of resting on his laurels. After having convinced the Metropolitan Museum of Art to return 19 small artifacts that he said were taken illegally from Egypt, he's now turning his sights to bigger game in ...
    Published almost 4 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Upcycled Houses Built from Old Shipping Containers, Plastic Bottles, and Trash

    In cities around the world, people have discovered some great potential in everyday items which normally make their way to the junkyard. Thanks to these innovators, enormous shipping containers, used bottles, picture frames, and even cork pieces have found new life as the building blocks for homes, office spaces, and other structures. Here's a look at some places which have us ...
    Published almost 4 years ago | Rate This
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    2009 in Review: Architecture

    2009 in Review: Architecture
    New York, NY - From the best of times to the worst of times: The end of the decade was an end of an era for architecture, and the beginning of something else. After the late-aughts hoopla of the Beijing Olympics, years of cancerous museum expansion, and a few too many glitzy condos, everything came crashing down in 2009, a year ...
    Published almost 5 years ago | Rated: +1

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