At 328 feet high building crews working on the Canadian Museum of Human Righs reach out for the last piece of glass as it is brought to them by a crane on the chimney area of the Tower of Hope Wednesday morning. More Info: The glass at the very tip of the Tower of Hope stretches 328 feet into the air 78 feet higher than Manitobas Golden Boy and 25 feet higher than the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The piece of glass installed today on the museums Tower of Hope is the last of 1,669 individual, custom-cut panes that give the museum its iconic look. Finishing the external glasswork brings construction of the museums major exterior design components to completion. Sept 20, 2012 (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press) CMHROrder this photo
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