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Zaha Hadid: Celebrating Her Life & Legacy After Unexpected Death

Iraqi-British Architect, Zaha Hadid, unexpectedly died from a heart attack at the age of 65, leaving behind her a wide array of tweets on Twitter recognizing her amazing contributions. For those who don’t know Zaha, she is one of the world’s most bold and famous architects. Her works range all over the world, and she even turned architecture into jewelry! Zaha broke barriers when she became the first Muslim and woman to win the Pritzker Prize in 2004.

Zaha left a great impact on this world, as she definitely had made her mark on it. Take a look at some of the tweets celebrating her works:

#ZahaHadid was trending on Twitter just 8 hours after the announcement of her death. This goes to show how important and dearly loved she was. You will be missed dear Zaha, may your soul rest in peace.

Don’t forget to leave a smile for Zaha and her amazing work!

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Israa Elkhatib

I was born in Palestine but raised with the fireflies in Georgia. My teenage years were spent being the Muslim nerd who was known as the bookworm of the school. That followed me back to Palestine, to develop into being the girl with the big vocabulary. I spent most of my high-school days cursing Newton for not eating that apple. My English Literature Bachelor's degree was only obtained because I'm a nerd for literature and my minor in Translation pretty much pays the bills, thank you Birzeit University.Creative writing is my passion and reading is my escape from reality into a world where everything is the way you imagine it to be.

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