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Canadian Museum for Human Rights | Photo by Jonathan Geiger

A stunning example of modern architecture, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is easily one of Winnipeg’s most iconic buildings. With 1,669 individual panes of glass across its curved exteriors and tower, the museum is a triumph of architectural design. Architect Antoine Predock’s design is as photogenic inside as it is out, and the museum is home to compelling exhibits that tell the story of human rights efforts from around the globe.

(Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)

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