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File:Palace of Peace and Reconciliation, Astana.jpg

English: The pyramid in Astana (Kazakhstan) is called the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation. It was designed by the British architect Sir Norman Foster and opened in September 2006.
Date 15 October 2011, 13:31
Source Astana's Pyramid
Author Ken and Nyetta

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51° 7′ 35.02″ N, 71° 27′ 52.89″ E

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