The coffin containing the remains of Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer is loaded on a plane bound to Brasilia at the airport in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012. Niemeyer, 104, the groundbreaking architect who designed Brazil's futuristic capital and much of the United Nations complex, died Wednesday night in Rio de Janeiro, the seaside city where he was born and where his remains will be buried after he is honored with a service in Brasilia at the presidential palace he designed.(AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

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The coffin containing the remains of Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer is loaded on a plane bound to Brasilia at the airport in  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012.  Niemeyer, 104, the groundbreaking architect who designed Brazil's futuristic capital and much of the United Nations complex, died Wednesday night in Rio de Janeiro, the seaside city where he was born and where his remains will be buried after he is honored with a service in Brasilia at the presidential palace he designed.(AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
The coffin containing the remains of Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer is loaded on a plane bound to Brasilia at the airport in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012. Niemeyer, 104, the groundbreaking architect who designed Brazil's futuristic capital and much of the United Nations complex, died Wednesday night in Rio de Janeiro, the seaside city where he was born and where his remains will be buried after he is honored with a service in Brasilia at the presidential palace he designed.(AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
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