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The Human Rights Building

Built based on the plans of the British architect Sir Richard Rogers, the joint designer of the Beaubourg Centre in Paris, the Human Rights Building was opened in 1995 and houses the European Court of Human Rights.Information visits for legal professionals and law students can be organised (minimum 25 people).Visits inside the building are not allowed.The sessions of the European Court of Human Rights are public (please arrive 30 min before they begin); the dates are available on the website.Reservation required for groups with the Visitor's services : Tel. 03 90 21 52 17.

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