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The British Government spends lottery money on buildings: the worst and the best examples

In Europe the citizens are socially conscious. The governments spend lottery money on social needs, including development and construction of architectural structures. This is a very good effect on the perception of the lottery business community — people know that in any case they remain in the win.

Today we look at the monuments and buildings that are built on the money from the national UK lotteries. Moreover, we learn which of them Britons consider to be successful projects, and what — a waste of money.

The British say yes to…

1. Tate Modern, London




2. Eden Project, Cornwall




3. Angel of the North, Gateshead



4. American Air Museum, Duxford




The British say no to…

1. Millennium Dome




2. The Public, West Bromwich




3. National Centre for Popular Music, Sheffield


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