On A Grand Scale: Carnegie Hall of Architecture
The Carnegie Museum of Art in Oakland is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Hall of Architecture. Housed in the great hall are plaster casts of dozens of architectural masterpieces from Europe and the Middle East.
On A Grand Scale: Carnegie Hall of Architecture aired on Dec 12, 2007.
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