Build Your Own United Nations Headquarters Postcard

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This complex of buildings was designed in 1948 by an international committee of architects including Wallace Harrison, Le Corbusier, and Oscar Niemeyer. The 39-story Secretariat building was the first international-style skyscraper built in New York. Other important buildings include the sloping General Assembly Hall and the Dag Hammarskjöld Library. The site is an international territory not technically part of New York or the United States.

DIY 1:3000 scale miniature paper model, about 2.25 inches tall finished. Designed by Matt Bergstrom. Published by Wurlington Bros. Press. Unfinished postcard measures 6.75 x 4.7 inches and can be mailed with standard letter postage.

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