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Bringing the Past into the Present The Louvre in Paris, France, is one of the world’s great museums. However, by the 1980s, the building needed a new entrance for the millions of tourists who visit every year. The president of France hired Chinese-American I. M. Pei to be the architect. 28 21st CENTURY SKILLS LIBRARY Pei created a revolutionary design that brought the old—a pyramid— into today. Since the museum includes hundreds of pieces from ancient Egypt, the new entrance is the perfect shape!
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