Awesome Facts About the World’s Best Architecture

Every country has its own places of interest. Some of them can impress you with the amazing architecture whereas others are just simple buildings. In this review, we’ll have a look at the most fascinating facts about the world’s best architecture. So get comfortable and have a look!

The Dongdaemun Design Plaza

This building is located in Seoul, South Korea and for a few years, it was the most Instagram tagged location in this country. Inside the building, there’s the Design Market where its visitors can enjoy the culture and shop. The most fascinating fact about this building is that its architect, Zaha Hadid, has never designed buildings with a right angle inside it.

Sagrada Familia

Being one of the most popular buildings in Spain, it was developed to celebrate nature. When you enter it, you’ll find pillars that are constructed to resemble huge trees. UNESCO gave this building the World Heritage Status.

The most awesome fact about this place is that it has been under construction for 137 years. By the way, it is not finished yet.

Sydney Opera House

This is one of the most recognized buildings on earth. Its architect, Jorn Utzon, won the international design competition. He proved that his design resembles ship sails on the water. The Sydney Opera House was opened in 1973, by Queen Elizabeth. More than 10.000 workers were involved in the building.

The most interesting fact about this concert hall is that the temperature inside is always kept at 22.5 degrees Celsius. The main reason why they do so is to keep all the instruments in good condition.

Burj Khalifa

It is the tallest building in the world, which is situated in Dubai, UAE. There are more than 160 stories and its height is 826 meters. The Empire State Building in New York is less than half the height of Burj Khalifa. Besides, this building collects around 15 million gallons of water every year. Water is used for cooling systems.

By 2022, they plan to build another building, Dubai Creek, which will be taller than Burj Khalifa.

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