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15 of the most beautiful schools around the world

Learning is meant to be a stimulating, invigorating, and engaging experience. So shouldn't school buildings be equally awe-inspiring? Beautiful schools can be found all around the world — from Australia to Alabama, Denmark to Cambodia. Some are designed to resist natural disasters, while others provide first-rate education to the underprivileged. Here are some of our favorites.
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