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Brasilia, Brazil. The headquarters of the Federal Public Prosecutor (Procuradoria Geral da Republica), a concrete and mirrored glass building in the form of two cylinders linked by two bridges and curving walkways to three lower circular strucutres. The main building is 'hung' from the massive concrete star which is visible above it. Architect Oscar Niemeyer.
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