15 Most Beautiful Buildings of the World

1. Burj Al Arab, Dubai, UAE

Beautiful buildings always attract me a lot. So I keep collecting images of beautiful buildings all the time. This post features  list and photos of most beautiful buildings of the world.

2. Sagrada Família, Barcelona

3. Tiger’s Nest Monastery, Bhutan

4. Wat Rong Khun, Chiang Rai, Thailand

5. Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum, The Netherlands

6. The Golden Temple, Amritsar, India

7. New Norwegian Opera and Ballet, Oslo, Norway

8. The Guggenheim, Bilbao, Spain

9. Great Mosque, Djenne, Mali

10. Mont St. Michel, Normandy, France

11. Catherine Palace, Outside St. Petersburg, Russia

12. Nelson-Atkins Museum’s Bloch Building, Kansas City, MO

13. Gresham Palace, Budapest, Hungary

14. The Bauhaus, Dessau, Germany

15. Christian Dior Store, Omotesando, Tokyo



7 thoughts on “15 Most Beautiful Buildings of the World

  1. Perhaps I combine “unigue, unexpected, and /or odd” into the category of MOST BEAUTIFUL buildings of the world. Also one must take into account the resources and technology available at the time of construction which I feel would have rearranged this list completely. So you understand my disagreement with many of the buildings on your list.

    One thing is certain, mankind is one marvelously creative species. I wish the usefulness of the designs didn’t need to be such a domineering facet to any buildings’ creation and construction so that the word BOX were never needed in a self-description of a building.

    Of course, each and every construction must, MUST, provide proof of its purpose for being–as we all do in this world. Usefulness and proficiency of each site in its underlying purpose and not frivolity or undue expense-just because…I loathe many of America’s skylines as dull and unimaginative, when enjoining a second or third purpose into a building’s reason for existence could make the sights improve throughout the world.

    Multi-purposing and not single purposed “egotistic” buildings aimed towards sustainability, I feel, need be at more design meetings which can change the entire character of inner city slums and return pride to communities everywhere.

  2. Beautiful and breath taking! Love art in any form. But, especially when it is beautiful. The France one, number 10, is a little boring to me, but still quite artful.

  3. I have to correct myself on my mistake. I posted that I found the France one, number 10 a little boring looking. It was number 9 — Moli. Sorry France, should of focused on the numbers better.

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