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A building’s aesthetics is one of architecture’s most noticeable characteristics. Before designing a structure, an architect must take into account a variety of factors, including the building’s shape, size, alignment, patterns, and cultural context.

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Architects who have mastered the art of designing spectacular structures have done it via a combination of natural talent and dedication. Thirty of the world’s finest examples, designed by the world’s top architects, have been gathered by us. Explore the awe-inspiring grandeur of these architectural marvels by scrolling down the page.

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#1 A Rooftop Restaurant/Cafe In Chongqing, China

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#2 Galtaji Hindu Temple Located In Aravalli Hills In Jaipur Of India. Temple Complex Have Many Natural Freshwater Springs

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#3 Burg Hochosterwitz, A Castle Built On A Limestone Rock Which Was First Mentioned In A Text In 860 And Continuously Fortified Until The 16th Century. Still Owned By The Noble Khevenhüller Family After The Acquisition In 1571. Carinthia, Austria

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#4 Ribbon Chapel In Onomichi, Japan

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#5 Fisherman’s Bastion, Budapest, Hungary

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#6 The Ark Of Bukhara Is A Fortress Located In Uzbekistan

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#7 Egypt

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#8 The Zip Building, Milan

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#9 Art Nouveau Architecture Of A House Built In The 1880’s In Brussels, Belgium

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#10 The Interior Of Barcelona’s Sagrada Família, Designed By Antoni Gaudí. Construction Began In 1882- And It’s Still Not Finished. It’s Expected To Be Completed By 2026, Just In Time For The 100th Anniversary Of Gaudí’s Death

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#11 Shah-I-Zinda Necropolis In Samarkand, Uzbekistan

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#12 Front Of House, Back Of House. Dubbed “The Mullet House”

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#13 The Burnt Farm Cottage Built With Red Brick In The 1840s, Borough Of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, Southern England

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#14 This 325-Year-Old Tree Was Utilized In The Building Design When Authorities In Turkey Would Not Allow For Its Removal

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#15 Ryazan, Russia

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#16 Buildings By Freddy Mamani In El Alto, Bolivia

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#17 Writer’s Museum, Edinburgh, In The Fog

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#18 Arnavutköy, A Neighborhood Away From Istanbul’s Touristic Hustle

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#19 Cologne Cathedral. Masterpiece Of Gothic Architecture. Years Build : 1248 – 1880

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#20 Entrance Gate Of The St. Petersburg Mosque, Russia. Designed By Architect Nikolai Vasilyev

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#21 This Cafe In Czech Republic

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#22 Sumela Monastery, A Greek Orthodox Monastery Originally Established Around Ad 386 Nestled In A Steep Cliff At An Altitude Of 1200 Meters, Trabzon Province, Turkey

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#23 The 17th Century Shah Jahan Mosque In Pakistan, Notable For Its Geometric Brick Work

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#24 Mont Saint Michel In France

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#25 Fort Bourtange, Netherlands

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#26 Eltz Castle Is Located In Wierschem, Germany And Has Been Owned And Occupied By The Same Family For Over 850 Years…

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#27 Matsumoto Castle, Matsumoto, Japan, Late 16th Century

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#28 Apartment Building In Turin Holds 150 Trees

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#29 Gloucester Cathedral

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#30 This Vertical Garden Located In Madrid, Spain

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