UNESCO

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UNESCO
The Y-shaped UNESCO headquarters, built in 1958, is home to a swarm of international diplomats. It's worth visiting for the sculptures and paintings - by Picasso, Arp, Giacometti, Moore, Calder and Miró - and for the Japanese garden, with its contemplation cylinder by minimalist architect Tadao Ando. Tours need to be reserved three months in advance.
Venue name: UNESCO
Address: 7 place de Fontenoy
7e
Paris

Opening hours: Tours 3pm Wed (in English 3pm Mon)
Price: free
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