A Building Which Has Been Taking 134 Years to Build: Basílica de la Sagrada Família

Sep 5 2016

One of the most interesting construction projects of our time is this church located in Barcelona, Spain. Construction has begun on March 19, 1882, and is scheduled to finish in 2026! Check out this awesome animation of the current state and how the building will look like once it's complete. Simply amazing!

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Hermitage Pavilion, Saint Petersburg

Best of Drone Photography: Amos Chapple [15 Pics]

Jan 4 2016

Amos Chapple is a photographer from New Zeland. As he travels the world, Amos frequently uses his drone to capture breathtaking imagery from new angles...

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Abandoned Cement Factory Converted Into a Luxury Home & Office

Apr 13 2012

When it was discovered in 1973 by Ricardo Bofill this Cement factory was made up of 30 silos, underground galleries and huge engine rooms which made it perfect for a restoration project. After it was acquired by Ricardo it was converted into his personal mansion and architectural office. The old yard has been converted into a beautiful blossoming botanical garden. Looks amazing!

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Eixample Barcelona

Symmetrical Design of Eixample, Barcelona

Jan 27 2012

Designed in symmetrical octagonal pattern in the early 20th century, Eixample is one of the most unique looking districts of Spain. This amazing symmetrical design provides the town with wide streets, rounded corners and lush vegetation nearly in every part of the city. The lack of tall buildings is also a contributing factor to this beautiful sunny district.

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