Frank Lloyd Wright designed the snail-shell structure of New York's original Guggenheim Museum.
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Finland has revived plans for a new Guggenheim museum on the Helsinki waterfront, raising chances for the capital to exploit the Guggenheim brand and join the big league of art destinations such as New York and Bilbao.Helsinki's city board decided this week to let the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation hold an architectural contest for a new museum, though it has yet to overturn an earlier vote against the project.The Guggenheim has said that Helsinki lacks a significant modern art collection, a gap it said the museum could help fill.
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