121. Wonder egg (Ishigakijima Island, Okinawa, Japan )
This big wonder egg is built for a lookout of migratory birds point.
122. Bart Prince house (Albuquerque, USA)
(Image credits: Diluted)
123. The Amazing Flying House (Sarzana, Italy)
(Image credits: Babele Dunnit)
This is a real house. It goes up and down, can rotate 360°, runs on rails… the man built that all by himself alone and lived in it for seven years with his wife.
It is the cinema in the town of Kongsberg, Norway.
126. Universum Science Center (Bremen, Germany)
(Image credits: Bogdan Morar)
127. SunTrust Bank (Annapolis, MD, USA )
(Image credits: Radio Rover)
128. Steam World Museum (Gramado, Brazil)
(Image credits: Mauro Mello)
As the name says, it is dedicated to showcase the many applications of the steam engine — in manufacturing, transportation, arts & crafts etc. The “disaster” reproduced in the front is a reference to a real accident, that occured at Gare Montparnasse, Paris, on 22 October 1895 (a picture of the real accident is also attached).
129. Seattle Public Library (Seattle, WA, USA)
(Image credits: mastermaq)
130. Peter B Lewis building at Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH, USA)
(Image credits: bryan.norwood)
131. Oscar Niemeyer Museum. (Curitiba, Brazil)
(Image credits: Gestalteando)
Oscar Ribeiro de Almeida Niemeyer Soares Filhois a Brazilian architect who is considered one of the most important names in international modern architecture. He was a pioneer in the exploration of the constructive possibilities of reinforced concrete. His buildings have forms so dynamic and curves so sensual that many admirers say that, more than an architect, he is a sculptor of monuments, a trait some critics consider to be a defect.
132. The Sage Gateshead (Gateshead, England)
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133. Turtle building (Niagra Falls, USA)
134. Ysios wine cellar in Laguardia, Álava, Spain
135. Oakley headquarters, Foothill Ranch, California, USA
(Image credits: MentallyRetired.com)
136. Angkor Wat (Cambodia)
(Image credits: `◄ccdoh1►)
The largest religious building in the world, Angkor Wat, was built by Suryavarman II (r 1112 – 52) to honour Vishnu, his patron deity. The central tower is 55m above the ground, which is surrounded by 800m worth of carved galleries or bas-relief friezes which depict religious scenes. The most celebrated of these scenes is the ‘Churning of the Sea of Milk’ in which asuras and devas are shown using the serpent, Vasuki, to churn the sea under Vishnu to extract the elixir of immortality.
137. Little Man Ice Cream Shop (Denver, CO, USA)
138. Church with an A (Madrid, Spain)
(Image credits: R.Duran)
A Parish Church at the beginning of Alcalde Sainz de Baranda St. (Madrid, Spain).
139. Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, (Milwaukee, WI, USA)
(image credits: Ricky Irvine)
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1956, and completed in 1961. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church is one of Wright’s last works. Its shallow scalloped dome echoes his Marin County Civic Center.
140. Sport’s Mansion (Vilnius, Lithuania)
141. The Big Pineapple (Nambour, Queensland)
(Image credits: reuvenim)
142. Piano shaped building (Huainan, China)
(Image credits: Dyl86)
143. Elephant building
(Image credits: Film Colourist)
144. House on the Rock (Wisconsin, USA)
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145. La Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain)
(Image credits: cuellar)
146. Theater in Ibirapuera Park (São Paulo, Brazil)
(Image credits: Elder Tanaka)
147. Reversible Destiny Lofts (Mitaka, Japan)
(Image credits: ssp4eva)
148. Bunker (Chicago, IL, USA)
(Image credits: paul goyette)
149. Office Building (St. Petersburg, Russia)
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150. Shark Bar (Perm, Russia)