Palace of Peace and Reconciliation
- 07.07.2019 07:00
Of all the variety of architectural experiments, world records and unique monumental structures of Nur-Sultan, the complex structure of the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation stands out with its external simplicity.
The decision of the universal aesthetic language for interfaith communication and complementary cultural dialogue was embodied by the famous British architect Norman Foster. The winner of the Pritzker Prize, an analogue of the Nobel Prize in an architectural community, he built the first building of its kind in the capital in 2006.
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