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Temple of Boom: A Vivid Tribute to The Parthenon

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The National Gallery of Victoria just unveiled ‘Temple of Boom’, an exuberant replica of The Parthenon in the heart of Melbourne, Australia.

The colorful large-scale art installation was designed by Melbourne-based architects Adam Newman and Kelvin Tsang to celebrate The Parthenon, a global architectural icon situated on the Acropolis in Athens.

More: National Gallery of Victoria, Adam Newman, Kelvin Tsang h/t: theinspirationgrid

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