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About: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

There's no mistaking this incomparable gallery/museum. Designed by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the Guggenheim's sloping, spiraling walls house an unbeatable collection of modern art, focusing on the 20th century and beyond!

The Guggenheim in New York has one of the finest collections of modern art in the world. Art lovers shouldn't pass up the chance to visit!

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071, 5th Avenue, 10128, New York
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