Imperial War Museum North

Imperial War Museum North

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Credit: CARLOS DOMINGUEZ/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Imperial War Museum North, Trafford, Manchester, UK. The museum was designed by Polish-born Daniel Libeskind who based the structure on the globe, broken into three pieces, or shards, to represent the shattering effect of war on the history of the world. The three shards symbolise world conflict on land, water and in the air. The museum opened on 5 July 2002 and is found on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal. Photographed in August 2002.

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