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The Strangest Buildings in the World

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The beautiful architecture is not only for aesthetics, but a feature of the city in which we live and its culture. When the tourists are coming in one city, the most visited are those  buildings that are surprising with their uniqueness. These architectural works are definitely one of those who always evoke interest and maintain the look. Take a look this list of the most strangest buildings in the world and inspire yourself to visit some of them one day.

Stone House in Guimarães, Portugal

This house is made between 2 big stones and relentlessly reminds of house from the Stone Age.

Kansas City Library in Kansas, Missouri, USA

The library of Kansas is made of huge concrete books which are arranged just like your shelves and look very real.

Upside down building in Orlando, USA

There are four houses in USA that are upside down. They are located in Florida, South Carolina and Tennessee.

Experience Music Project (EMP) in Seattle, Washington, USA

This is a huge house that organizes music educational programs, performances by national and international artists and is the seat of local artists as Jimi Hendrix, Rolling Stones, Nirvana etc..

The Church of Hallgrimur in Reykjavik, Iceland

The Lutheran church is 74.5 meters high and was built in 1986.

Ideal Palace, France

The construction of the palace began in April 1879 by a French postman Ferdinand Cheval. He was inspired by the unusual shapes that can be made ​​of stone. This building is unique because it is mix of more styles.

Lotus Temple in Delhi, India

This building was made in 1986 and has won many awards for the most beautiful building in the world. It is surrounded with 9 ponds.

image credit to transed2012.in

The Dynamic Tower in Dubai, UAE

The tower in Dubai is 420 meters high and has 80 floors. Designed by David Fisher who made ​​all floors specifically to spin 360 degrees, so that every minute the tower looks different.

Forest Spiral in Darmstadt, Germany

This amazing building was designed by the famous Austrian designer Friedensreich Hundertwasser. The building has 105 apartments and is in shaped “U”. The roof has a huge garden of trees, grass and flowers.

La Pedrera (Casa Milà) in Barcelona, Spain

This is one of the most beautiful works of the famous Spanish architect Gaudi who filled Barcelona with beautiful and incredibly designed buildings. The building is protected by UNESCO.

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