Sunday, May 8, 2011

The Strangest Buildings in the World

At the beginning, human beings were nomad creatures who were living in caves or in portable shelters to protect themselves from nature. With the time, men decided to settle down in a place and to live in groups beginning the first tribes and villages in the world. Nowadays, it is amazing to see around and to discover how architecture has evolved through time. We can see magnificent constructions that challenge our imagination.
Here I am inviting you to see some pictures of the strangest and most beautiful buildings found around the world. It is too hard to choose a favorite one, and definitely we know for sure there are more beautiful structures to come. By now let's enjoy and see......

1. Mente (Barcelona, España)  

2. The Crooked House (Sopot, Polonia)

3. The Stone House (Guimarães, Portugal)

4. Lotus Temple (Delhi, India)

5. The Cathedral of Brasilia (Brasil)

6. La Pedrera (Barcelona, España)

7. Atomium (Bruselas, Bélgica)

8. Modern Art Museum (Niteroi, Río de Janeiro, Brasil)

9. Kansas Libray (Missouri, EE.UU.)

10. A house in a forest  (Gales, Reino Unido)

11. Guggenheim Museum (Bilbao, Spain)

12. Rotating Tower, Dubai

13. Habitat 67 (Montreal, Canada)

14. Music House (Oporto, Portugal)

15. Olympic Stadium Montreal (Canadá)

16.  Nautilus House (México DF, México)

17. National Library (Minsk, Bielorrusia)

18. The Attack House (Viena, Austria)

19. Alexandria's Library (Egypt)

20. The Ideal Palace (France)

21. Hallgrímur Church, Reykjavik, Island

22. Eden Project (England)

23. The Museum of the Game (Rochester, EE.UU.)

24. Atlantis (Dubai)

25. Biosphere  Montreal (Canadá)

26. Wonderworks (Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, EE.UU.)

27. The Construction Basket (Ohio, EE.UU.)

28. Kunsthaus (Graz, Austria)

29. Spiral Forest (Darmstadt, Alemania)

30.  Gagster Wooden House (Archangelsk, Russia)

31. Galatea Tower (Spain)

32. Turning Torso (Malmo, Sweeden)

33.  National Theater Beijing (China)

34. Woningen Kubus (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

35. Conch House Shell, Isla Mujeres, México

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