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The Volcan, also known as the yogurt pot, is an amazing architecture by Oscar Niemeyer.
It looks so out of place in the straight lines of Le Havre's Perret.
Inside is an incredible public library and a really nice restaurant.
The shape of the building looks strange. Like a previous comment I thought it at the beginning to be a chimney of a plant, although not as symmetric. I do not know what is the significance of using such structure. However, it holds a good...More
Le Volcan, the Maison de La Culture for Le Havre, is a spectacular monument to brutalist architecture. Some will love the bizarre sight of two volcanoes in the city centre, others will hate it and say even more bizarre things about them.
The Le Volcan...More
Strange design when you look at it from the outside, looks like a big power plant chimney smack in the middle of the town. But looks can be deceiving. Once you go inside and you find out the history of the place, it is not...More