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Famed Architect Who Designed Concrete Buildings Dies at 104

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The name Oscar Niemeyer might not ring a bell, but perhaps no man has ever utilized concrete as well as he to shape beautiful buildings. The famed architect died recently in South America at the age of 104. His legacy included the Brazilian capital of Brasilia. The Web site of Conde Nast Traveler posted this December 6 article as a eulogy.

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