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A long-lost architectural masterpiece, designed by Jean ProuvÚ, has been rescued from the Congolese jungle and is set to embark on a world tour. The restored Maison Tropicale, an innovative prefabricated house built in 1951, was rediscovered in the war-torn city of Brazzaville by an American banker.

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