The Design Museum in London has reopened after relocating to a sleek new home in Kensington. It's been refurbished by star architect John Pawson to the tune of almost 97 million euros.
The Design Museum in London is set to reopen on November 24 after relocating to a sleek new home in Kensington.
Survivors, families, politicians and members of the royal family gathered in London to remember the 71 killed in the disaster. Authorities have come under fire as many of the victims remain in temporary housing.
The Neuschwanstein Castle, built by Ludwig II. the fairytale king, remains the biggest tourist magnet in Bavaria. The Würzburg Residence and the Imperial Castle of Nuremberg are also popular with visitors.
Tests on external materials of other tower blocks in Britain conducted after the Grenfell Tower fire showed instances of combustible cladding. The aftermath of the fire has also forced a local administrator to resign.
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