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One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Built on the site of the 9/11 attack, the building is a symbol of hope for the people of New York City.
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Marina Sands

Comprising of three connecting buildings, the Marina Sands structure looks like a huge ship atop three pillars. It is one of the most expensive standalone casino properties in the world with a glamorous sky bar.
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Palm Jumeirah

Looking like a palm tree when viewed from above, the Palm Jumeirah is an artificial archipelago. It is popular for posh apartment towers, glitzy hotels, upmarket global restaurants, and the sail-shaped Burj-al Arab hotel.
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Flatiron Building

Originally called the Fuller Building, the Flatiron Building is an iconic landmark. Its unusual triangular shape that resembles a cast-iron clothes iron (Flat-iron) led the locals to call it the Flatiron Building.
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The Shard

Formerly known as the London Bridge Tower, the Shard is also called the Shard of Glass and Shard London Bridge. Between 2009 and 2012, BASE jumpers apparently jumped from the top of this supertall skyscraper in London more than a dozen times.
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Golden Gate Bridge

This suspension bridge spans the Golden Gate strait that connects San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean. The art deco bridge links San Francisco to Marin County.
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The Bayterek

This popular tourist attraction is an observation tower and monument. Emblematic of the city of Nur-Sultan, the building represents the Tree of Life or Bayterek and a magic bird of happiness according to a folktale.
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The Atomium

Originally constructed for the 1958 World Fair in Brussels, the Atomium is one of the iconic landmarks in Brussels. It was supposed to be dismantled after the fair, but it stands till date due to its immense popularity.
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Space Needle

An icon of Seattle, the Space Needle was built for the 1962 World Fair. It is one of the most photographed structures worldwide.
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The Petronas Towers

Also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, this pair of twin skyscrapers were the tallest buildings in the world between 1998 and 2004. The towers were inspired by Tun Mahathir Mohamad’s vision for Malaysia to be a major global player.
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Woolworth Building

This early American skyscraper was designed in the neo-Gothic style by architect Cass Gilbert. At 792 feet, it was the tallest building in the world when completed in 1913.
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The Skytree

The second tallest structure in the world after the Burj Khalifa, the Tokyo Skytree reached its full height of 2,080 feet in 2011. It is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower.
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Sagrada Familia

Also known as the Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família, this Roman Catholic church is a masterpiece of the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. The church is still in construction.
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Griffith Observatory

This observatory sits on the south-facing slope of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park, Los Angeles. Due to its location, it gives splendid views of the Hollywood Sign, the Pacific Ocean, and the skyscrapers of Los Angeles.
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Agora Garden

Developed as a sustainable residential eco-construction, the Agora Garden Tower has some of the most luxurious apartments. It is the embodiment of a vertical farm with vertically wide balconies with suspended orchards.
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Gateway Arch

The 630-feet monument in St. Louis, Missouri, has been designed in the form of a weighted catenary arch. Completely clad in stainless steel, the structure is the tallest man-made monument in the USA.
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Colosseum

Also called the Coliseum or the Flavian Amphitheatre, the Colosseum is the largest amphitheater ever built in the world.
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Habitat 67

Also simply known as Habitat, it is a model community and housing complex in Montreal designed by Israeli-Canadian architect Moshe Safdie.
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Fallingwater

This residential building was built by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Kaufmann family and is now open to the public for tours.
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Taj Mahal

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the seven wonders of the world. The ivory-white marble mausoleum was commissioned by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in 1632.
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Borobudur

The world's largest Buddhist temple, the Borobudur or Barabudur was built between 780 and 840 AD. Decorated with 1,212 panels, it has 504 statues of Buddha.
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La Pedrera

Also called Casa Mila, La Pedrera (stone quarry) is a modernist building known for its rough-hewn appearance. Built between 1906 and 1912, it is the last and the most iconic civic architecture by Antoni Gaudi.
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Angkor Wat

This temple complex is one of the largest religious monuments in the world. It was built over a period of 30 years in the 12th century.
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Empire State Building

This 102-story skyscraper was completed in 1931. Built in the Art Deco style, the building provides memorable 360° views of New York City.
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Istana Nurul Iman

The official residence of the Sultan of Brunei and the seat of the Brunei government, Istana Nurul Iman means the Palace of the Light of Faith. The origin of the name is in Malay as well as Arabic.
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Sydney Opera House

The multi-venue performing arts center at Sydney Harbor is built as a fusion of modern and ancient architecture. The topaz-colored glass used was specially made by order in France.
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Neuschwanstein Castle

This 19th century Romanesque Revival palace was commissioned by King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Originally a retreat, the palace was built in honor of composer Richard Wagner.
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Haohan Qiao Bridge

Also called the Brave Men’s Bridge, the Haohan Qiao is a glass walkway suspended nearly 590 feet above a sheer drop. The 300-meter-long walkway has a glass bottom, allowing visitors to see the jaw-dropping view below their feet.
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Burj Khalifa

The tallest structure in the world, the Burj Khalifa is 2,716.5 feet tall. Earlier called Burj Dubai, it was renamed as Burj Khalifa in honor of Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the ruler of Abu Dhabi and the president of UAE.
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30 St. Mary Axe

Informally called The Gherkin, this iconic structure in London is a commercial skyscraper. Built in the neo-futuristic style, the building has a reputation of being the most civilized skyscraper in the world.

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These fantastic structures will leave you spellbound. Think you know enough about the great architectural works in the world? Take this quiz and find out if you know where these famous structures are located.

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