Oct 28, 2012
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I guess this question might seem a little irrelevant, as if London would become the new Paris. But it’s actually the cover story of the New York Magazine, July 1971, suggesting a better use of the city’s waterfronts.

I guess this question might seem a little irrelevant, as if London would become the new Paris. But it’s actually the cover story of the New York Magazine, July 1971, suggesting a better use of the city’s waterfronts.

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