• CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.<br />
CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Inside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Two tourists posing for a photo. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
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  • CHINA. Beijing. Inside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Inside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Inside of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing.A photographer photographing an outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
  • CHINA. Beijing. Outside view of the Grand National Theatre. Designed by French architect Paul Andreu, The Grand National Theatre is located near Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square. It is an enormous glass and titanium tear-drop-like bubble structure surrounded by water. As China's top art performance center, it covers a total floor space of around 180,000 square meters, including 130,000 square meters for the main building and 50,000 square meters underground facilities. 2008.
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