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An urban park in Denmark to promote tolerance between immigrants and local residents and a mosque in a flood-prone area of Bangladesh were among the winners of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Monday. The $1 million prize is awarded every three years to honor architectural projects that address the needs of societies in which Muslims have a significant presence. Superkilen, a series of public spaces in a deprived immigrant area of Copenhagen, was designed as an outdoor meeting place for people of 60 nationalities living in the area.
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