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World’s Most Beautiful Buildings

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Many years ago, it was very easy to say that this is the world’s most beautiful building, but now it’s not that much easy as the modern era of today has changed the meaning of beautiful and pretty. Beautiful is a very deep word and it expresses profound emotions. By this it actually means that we are talking about the beauty in architecture of the buildings. In past, buildings like Taj Mehal, the Parthenon were known as the beautiful ones but now the trend has been changed.

Nowadays, our choices about the beautiful buildings of the world are questionable. The beautiful buildings include the Gaudi’s very contentious Sagrada Familia cathedral. That sight of this building in Barcelona defines the beauty. The beauty of the building also gives a reaction and such an example can be seen in the dusty small town of Alabama where curl of the Akron Boys and Girls Club ||is situated. So examples like these state that these are the most admired buildings of the world. Another such building can be seen which forces us to say “Wow!” and that is the Burj Al Arab in Dubai where you cannot just take the eyes away from the entrance lobby of it. A hotel of sixty stories, shaped like a sail is one of the most visited buildings in the world due to its unique and amazing architecture which is very huge and has got much more attention of the tourists from all over the middle east.

Sometimes, buildings just look beautiful when they are surrounded by water because the combination of water and sunlight is always very special. One of such like buildings includes the Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision. So, that explains the whole story here that are choices are not consistent. They always vary with respect to time and theme of the building. But one thing is very clear that people take the beauty very seriously and to find the beauty in buildings is what known as the travelling. And this is the best reason to leave our own places and see these kinds of eye catching structures.

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Paul Morris

Paul Morris is an entrepreneur, consultant and author. He is an advisor at Xpert Automation, a tech-based business incubator focused on scalable startups, and founder of ContentFy.

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