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From the NY Times: "When the nearly 700-foot Tour Montparnasse was completed in 1973, it was considered such a blight on Paris’s historic skyline that the city instated height restrictions on all future buildings. The office tower, designed by Eugène Beaudouin, Urbain Cassan and Louis Hoym de Marien, is the rare destination from which tourists can view the city unmolested by its own dark, Modernist presence."

Now I want to go there. I think the blue light outlining the building might have been blinking off and on because sometimes it was there and sometimes it wasn't.
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