Take a tour of Pompidou Center in Paris, France – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.
Surrounded by 18th-century buildings is the wonderfully bizarre and modern Pompidou Center.
This brightly-colored, inside out complex was built in 1977 by architects and engineers from across Europe.
It houses a library, a modern art museum, and other cultural facilities.
With its twisting frame of steel and glass, the building itself is a work of modern art.
The pipes encasing the Pompidou Center were color-coded based on their function.
Next to the building, you will even find an unusual fountain.
Whether you’re looking for a movie, book, painting, or song, it’s at the Pompidou Center.