Well, how wonderful to be living in this digital age, to be able to Google for information,

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to Facebook my comments, to share photos that others have posted and then to discover that UNESCO is actually open to the public, despite my contrary experience!

Three more buildings complete the headquarters site. The second building, known affectionately as the “accordion”, holds the egg-shaped hall with a pleated copper ceiling where the plenary sessions of the General Conference are held. The third building is in the form of a cube. Lastly, a fourth construction consists of two office floors hollowed out below street level, around six small sunken courtyards. The buildings, which contain many remarkable works of art, are open to the public. Taken from the UNESCO website: http://www.unesco.org/new/en/unesco/about-us/who-we-are/history/paris-headquarters/

I’ve just posted on FaceBook, but actually would like to maintain ownership of my own materials, as well as linking to relevant postings of others which relate to my/our activities.