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Square Gabriel-Pierné A bench of books. This little pocket of a park just behind Institut de France was named for Henri Gabriel-Pierné, a French composer, conductor, and organist who died in 1937. Square Gabriel-Pierné, Paris VI

I want to sit here someday! Square Gabriel-Pierné A bench of books. This little pocket of a park just behind Institut de France was named for Henri Gabriel-Pierné, a French composer, conductor, and organist who died in Square Gabriel-Pierné, Paris VI

Cornelia Konrads – a German painter, sculptor and designer. Works in the genre of land-art. Often uses the illusion of weightlessness.

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Park Guell. Antoni Gaudi. Barcelona, España - 1900-14 - a bench designed to comfort the backs of those who sat on it España - Viajes 1,2,3,4

The undulating tile mosaic benches of Sant Boi were completed in two years before the construction of the famous benches at Park Güell. They are both decorated with trencadís, the broken tile technique that is the hallmark style attributed to Anton