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Wifey and I are members, can't wait to go see it; I've been a fan of his for about 20 years..post pics when we go... doing_wp_cron=1493923671.6661970615386962890625 “Macchia Forest,” one of sculptor Dale Chihuly’s works on exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx until October 2017. By Dru Peters and Jenny Peters Need a great reason to head for New York City this summer?
We’ve got a wonderful excuse to hop in the car for a cross-country road trip or go the easy route and jump on a plane to the Big Apple, for the eye-popping Dale Chihuly glass sculpture exhibit at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx opens to the public on April 22, 2017.
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The circular Halle aux Blés (Corn Exchange), designed by Nicolas Le Camus de Mézières, was built between 17 at the west end of Les Halles.
Its circular central court was later covered with a dome, and it was converted into the Bourse de Commerce in 1889.
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In the 1850s, Victor Baltard designed the famous glass and iron buildings, Les Halles, which would last until the 1970s.
Les Halles was known as the "Belly of Paris", as it was called by Émile Zola in his novel Le Ventre de Paris, which is set in the busy marketplace of the 19th century.
, The Halls), was Paris's central fresh food market.
Located in the heart of the city, it was demolished in 1971 and replaced with the Forum des Halles, a modern shopping mall built largely underground and directly connected to the massive RER and métro transit hub of Châtelet-Les-Halles. Les Halles was the traditional central market of Paris.