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58 Times Architects Got It So Right and Blew Our Minds

This is total innovation through the ages!

Just because architecture needs to be practical doesn’t mean it has to be boring!

With a superb collection of man-made wonders including magical looking castles and cathedrals to vertical gardens and futuristic libraries, we bring you some of the best architectural designs from around the world and spanning many centuries.

Sometimes these beautiful designs are so stunning that you will be in awe.

Pavillion Of The Enlightened, Bangkok

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

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This Vertical Garden Located In Madrid, Spain

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Zhongshuge Bookstore In Chengdu, China

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Matsumoto Castle, Matsumoto, Japan, Late 16th Century

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Vietnam’s Golden Bridge

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The Entrance To A Nightclub In Seoul, South Korea Designed By Mdrdv

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

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Ryazan, Russia

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Fort Bourtange, Netherlands

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Duomo Di Milano, Italy

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The Ceiling Of The Shah Mosque In Isfahan, Iran

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This Apartment Building In Tel Aviv, Israel

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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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Natural History Museum, London

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Park Royal Hotel Singapore

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Egypt

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Writer’s Museum, Edinburgh, In The Fog

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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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Villa Farnese, A 16th Century Pentagonal Renaissance Mansion Built On The Fortress Foundations In The Town Of Caprarola, Viterbo, Northern Lazio, Italy

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Apartment Building In Turin Holds 150 Trees

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Azadi Tower, Tehran, Iran

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The Central Interior Of Leadenhall Market, London

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Mr Thomas’s Chop House. Manchester. Mills And Murgatroyd. 1901

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Les Espaces D’abraxas, Noisy-Le-Grand, France

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Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria, Germany

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Windows Inside Dos Bosco Chapel- Brasilia, Brazil

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Winter Has Come In Iceland. Hallgrímskirkja In Reykjavík. Photo By Gunnar Freyr

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Grundtvig’s Church In Copenhagen, Denmark. Was Completed In 1940 And Its Design Is A Combination Between A Cathedral And The Style Of Old Danish Country Houses

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“Azure Blue Pool” At Hearst Castel, San Simeon, California. It Was Built By Architect Julia Morgan Between 1919 And 1947

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Budapest Hungary

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Wisteria Blossoms Surrounding The Entrance Of A Victorian Townhouse In San Francisco

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15th Century Castle Of Coca In Central Spain

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The Waves, Vejle, Denmark

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The Iwan Ceiling Of Fatima Masumeh Shrine In Iran

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Edinburgh Castle And Its Half Moon Battery Seen From The Vennel Steps In The Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland

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

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Buildings By Freddy Mamani In El Alto, Bolivia

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Sun Rays Through The Double Lancet Windows Of Westminster Abbey, City Of Westminster, London, UK

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

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Children Standing In Front Of One Of The Main Doors Of Casablanca Mosque

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Mont Saint Michel In France

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A Rooftop Restaurant/Cafe In Chongqing, China

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Sainte-Chapelle, Paris

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Spitzhäuschen, A Narrow Half-Timbered House Built In 1416 Located In Bernkastel-Kues, Germany

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Grand Staircase Of The Second Empire Style Palais Garnier Completed In 1875, 9th Arrondissement Of Paris, France

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From The Middle Kingdom

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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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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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The Zip Building, Milan

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19th Century Victorian Gothic Cottage Framed By The Arch Of The Gatehouse At Holly Village, Highgate, North London, UK

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The Ark Of Bukhara Is A Fortress Located In Uzbekistan

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140 Meters High Ruyi Bridge In China

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This Cafe In Czech Republic

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The Russian Ministry Of Agriculture, In Kazan

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The Kansas City Public Library

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Ribbon Chapel In Onomichi, Japan

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Ljubljana, Slovenia

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Written by Jay

A caffeine based life form. Current Editor-in-Chief here at Joyenergizer.

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