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Richard Neutra’s Cyclorama Center, built in 1962 to house the huge, eye-popping circular painting of Pickett’s charge at the battle of Gettysburg, has been saved – National Park Service plans to move the painting and demolish the modernist architect’s work have been stayed by a ruling from a US District Court, forcing a re-think and possible re-use of the building.

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