Geometry of Brasilia

Algebra in Lincoln

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Nearest is the rectangular, National Library, then spherical exhibition centre, then the Cathedral, in the background — one of ministries. All creations of  Oscar Niemeyer.

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At Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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Parliament of Brazil; two spherical shapes, convex and concave, are upper and lower chambers (again all by Oscar Niemeyer).

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Church of St. Dom Bosco.

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Moon “on its side” — geometry of projections onto the сelestial sphere at that latitude.

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