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Notes on the Geography of Great Mirror: Photo 23

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Drifting away from classicism but unsure where it's going, the Lycée Albert Sarraut was built in 1919 by Adolphe Bussy and named for the departing Governor General of French Indochina and later prime minister of France. Its list of alumni reads like a who's who.

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