Admire the unique architectural works of mankind designed by the most creative minds, the most talented designers.
10. Rome Colosseum
As one of the first stadiums in human history, the Roman arena accommodated up to 50,000 spectators. Here used to take place the matches of powerful gladiators
9. Lloyds Building, London
Lloyds Building is an iconic architectural work of Lime neighborhood, London. Completed in 1986, the unique architecture of Lloyds overwhelmed the city dwellers and won the London Architecture of Excellence award.
8. Empire State Building, New York
It took a year since 1930 to complete the Empire State House. This skyscraper is also considered one of the “New Seven Wonders of Nature”
7. St. Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow
The architect Postnik Yakovlev, known for his onion-shaped styles, brought this direction into the domes of St. Basil’s.
6. The Shard skyscraper, London
Although there are not many outstanding historical works, the UK seems to be a leader in modern construction, admirable by many countries. The Renzo Piano is such a project
5. Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy
The Tower of Pisa is famous as nothing else because of its inclination. The reason for this originality is that the soft soft ground is not enough to support the weight of the tower and it is estimated that in only about 100 years, the leaning tower of Pisa will no longer tilt, but gradually fall sideways.
4. The White House, Washington
The US presidential mansion was conceptualized and designed by James Hoban, an Irish designer who specializes in building houses for presidents who have ended their term or are still in office. The White House has a structure of sandstone.
3. Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The Petronas Twin Towers are constructed based on two designs by César Pelli. Built and completed in 1998, the Petronas Twin Towers quickly became an attractive destination in Malaysia.
2. St. Paul, London
St. Paul is one of the tourist destinations in London. The work is designed and constructed by Christopher Wren.
1. One World Trade Center, New York
One World Trade Center was built in 2013 by father David Childs. Each floor of this shopping center is extremely large and divided by hundreds of partitions. As its name implies, One World Trade Center was built with the aim of replacing the World Trade Center after 9/11.