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In DIVISARE BOOKS #15, German photographer Johannes Marburg allows an insight into the United Nation Headquarters in Geneva, one of the most important and lesser known headquarters of international diplomacy, snaking around and capturing the atmosphere and details of a collective work from the Thirties by architects and artists such as Julien Flegenheimer, Henri-Paul Nénot, Carlo Broggi, József Vágó e Camille Lefèvre.

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