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Thursday, 2 June 2011

Most Antics Buildings and Structures of the World

During the course of civilization, architecture of different cultures as testaments to his enduring legacy is made. The world's most iconic buildings is a list of ten:

10. Angkor Wat - it is only famous for her country's flag on a building is found! Angkor Wat is Cambodia since 1863 flag has been featured on every version. Cambodian national treasure in this 12th century building, a beautiful temple, and the tourist complex bass reliefs and religious imagery is known for attention.

9. St. Basil's Cathedral - the name can not call a bell, but the best Russian architecture many times you've seen something. This brightly colored onion gmbdun about only one thing to remember when you average (Status in Russia who came to say a building is named. Ivan the Great in 1500 by the Commission, the historic Moscow Kremlin for the most visitors is wrong (actually opposite sides of the Kremlin's Red Square).

8. Parthenon - the most important remaining building of classical Greece, the Athenian historical scores of visitors every year does. Is an excellent example of Doric architecture, Goddess Athena Parthenon actually a 5th century temple has been designed, but also an early Christian church was used and it has a long history of the mosque.

7. (And glass pyramid) Louvre - Louvre is a famous building, however, is correct, many people in the glass pyramid can more easily recognize from the original Louvre's courtyard. The pyramid, and 3 small people who around him, was completed only in 1989, her youngest on the list is nsanyan. By IM Pei pyramid was built, the proper Louvre 12th century as a fort started, and gradually form we know today evolved into.

6. Palace of Versailles, or lush gardens surrounding the castle - Versailles Palace in what they say is difficult to kill more. French Revolution time period of Louis XIV, Versailles a set of power, and was a sign of the kingdom of France. A recent study postulates that the $ 2 billion dollars spent on Versailles was the first French Revolution, and millions more after this was spent on reconstruction.

5. Colosseum - Flavian Amphitheatre Primary is known as, Colosseum before the construction started around 70 AD. Able to hold 50,000 audiences, this was used for gladitorial games, mock sea battle, murder, drama, and religious services. An estimated five million people and one million animal heydey of the Roman Empire within the walls of the Colosseum is dead.

4. Big Ben - Big Ben, of course, the watch is the name of the bell in the tower. The building is the palace of Westminster real name. Big Ben 150th birthday in 2009 is celebrating it, and many events are planned.

3. White House - a lasting symbol of American government. George Washington not actually live there, because someone took the time to complete the building, and so it was John Adams who first president to live in the White House. Many of the proposed building design was selected out, and James Hoban, an Irishman is made from.White House in 1814 Britain was seized and burned. It was after this many reconstruction.

2. Taj Mahal - iconic Taj Mahal, the first thing to mind when people think about India.Means "royal palace", built in 1600 the Mughal emperor Shah tomb where deceased wife Mumtaz Mahal had to respect.

1. Ahramun them - there's construction on a large scale in Egypt more than 100. They were used as tombs for royalty often. Pyramid of Khufu Pyramid of Egypt's most all, and is unique in that its only 7 wonders of the world is still in existence.


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