The World’s Most Famous Buildings & Structures That You Must See!

World’s Most Famous Buildings

Each one of us has a list of “things we must do or see before we I die”! So what are the things you’d like to do and what are the places you’d like to see!? For me personally, I admire architectural work a lot, so if you’re someone who shares the same interest, this article is worth a read. This article focuses on the world’s most famous buildings & structures that are worth a visit! Read on & enjoy!

1) Burj Khalifa Bin Zayed (U.A.E):

Burj Khalifa Bin Zayed
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Burj Khalifa’s won countless awards & happens to be amongst the tallest buildings in the world. The building stands tall at over 2715 feet. Burj Khalifa’s designed for a variety of purposes, & one can stumble on the highest pool and highest mosque here among other things.

2) Freedom Tower (United States of America):

Freedom Tower
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This building will be ready by the year 2014 and is destined to be an icon for New York (obviously at #2 after NY’s statue of liberty. This building will stand at 1314 ft when complete.

3) Chicago Spire (United States of America):

Chicago Spire
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Ever since the 2000 and the financial crisis it brought along, this skyscraper’s construction has been stalled. Nevertheless, Chicago spire’s a magnificent creation! The building stands at 2000 ft, plus it has over 3 million sq. meters of floor area.

4) Dubai Mall (U.A.E):

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The Dubai Mall has been acknowledged as the globe’s largest Shopping center! There are over 1200 stores inside this building …furthermore, the building has over 3.77 million sq. meters as the shopping area. Not only is the Dubai Mall the world’s largest mall, it is also most lavish!  Discover more here on how to find affordable hotels in Dubai and use the money you save to spend shopping there.

5) John Hancock Center (United States of America):

John Hancock Center
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This Center (John Hancock) was constructed in the years 1965 to 1970…the construction costs shot up to over $ 100 million. This building has 100 floors, it arranges over 2,799,973 sq. ft. as floor space. No doubt then that this building’s an icon and we often view it on news, TV & even printed on t-shirts!

6) Great Pyramid of Giza:

This happens to be a historical spot…it’s the oldest site amongst the famous Seven Wonders of the World. Also, it happens to be the tallest ever man-made formation that’s been around for over 3,800 years!

7) The Eiffel Tower:

The Eiffel Tower
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It stands 324 meters tall & has 3 floors that can be easily accessed by either the elevators or the stairs. This Tower was 1st opened to the public on the 31st of March in the year 1889.

8) The Colosseum:

The Colosseum
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This was built somewhere around the 70 to 80 AD and is known to be the Roman Empire’s greatest legacy. This place has been used in the past to watch Gladiator fights, for public announcements, executions and several public gathering ceremonies.

9) The Great Wall of China (China):

The Great Wall of China
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This wonder runs a length of about 8,851.8 km and is amongst the Seven Wonders of the World. It is believed that close to a million people died while this magnificent wall was being built.

10) The Taj Mahal (India):

The Taj Mahal
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The Taj Mahal is amongst the world’s most remarkable buildings & features as one amongst the Seven Wonders of the World. This magnificent creation was built as the symbol of everlasting love!

World’s Most Famous Structures

1) Aqua in USA:

Aqua in USA
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An innovative concept & enthralling design, the Aqua surely does manage to be a sure-shot show stealer! Aqua’s exterior fluid contours create a distinctive floor plan for each residence & so people have their own exclusive balcony design! No 2 Aqua balconies are built alike and the exterior of this building is breathtakingly stunning!

2) Residence Antilia in India:

Residence Antilia in India

This has been a SITE design and no other than the Indian tycoon by the name of Mukesh Ambani is developing this structure. The structure has 40 floors and rises to over 245 meters’.

3) China Central Television Headquarters:

China Central Television Headquarters
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This structure is unique in every which way as it shaped in an amazing Zig-Zag manner, almost like the alphabet ‘Z’! It’s Main Building has a floor space (total) of approximately 380,000 square meters and has been divided into 5 sections: an administration section, a comprehensive section for business, news production as well as broadcasting section, a program production division.

4) Kansas City Public Library in Missouri (U.S.A):

The structure’s located in Kansas City’s heart and it represents a pioneer project behind the revival of downtown. Under this project, people in Kansas City had been asked to pick all the books that they considered highly influential and that represents Kansas City. The titles of these books were then used as ‘bookbindings’ made in innovative designs to inspire the people to make use of the Central Library in downtown.

The World’s Most Amazing Structures

1) Burj Al Arab:

Burj Al Arab
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The Burj Al Arab is a marvelous piece of Art located at the Dubai skyline that highlights the city’s corniche. It was initially built in 1994 but renovations have been done through the years to transform it into a highly famous tourist attraction. The building has a luxury hotel with 202 brilliant suites, a large aquarium, an atrium that is 590 feet high, and two restaurants that serve luscious food.

2) Sydney Opera House:

Sydney Opera House
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The Sydney Opera House located on the Sydney harbor is the definition of marvelous architecture and a portention of Australia’s amazing artwork. The construction of this structure began in 1958 and since then it has been a center of attention for people across the globe. The building boasts of various units such as a spacious concert hall, the opera theater, drama theater, forecourt, recording studio, Utzon room, restaurants, and various souvenir shops for travelers.

3) Empire State Building:

Empire State Building
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When it comes to the world’s most amazing structures, how can one miss the building that was once the tallest global structure? This skyscraper was built during the 1930’s with the construction starting on St Patrick’s day. This structure is known for its opening delay due to the Great Recession, the plane crash of 1945, suicide incidents, and the 1997 shootings.

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Jyotsna Ramani is a passionate writer and an avid globetrotter. She had a knack for writing since her early years, though that was mostly letters to her penpals and jotting her thoughts down in her "Dear Diary". Over the years, she realized how her hobby could turn into a full time career and she started writing web content, books and pieces for local magazines. There has been no looking back ever since. Follow Jyotsna Ramani at Google+

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