This world is a treasure of hundreds of countries, cities, and states; some were discovered centuries ago while others were established by the local aborigines and inhabitants. Some of the landscapes were built naturally due to changes in the earth development and some were created artificially by humans for improving the quality of life.
There are a lot of countries in the world, which are specifically known for their divine beauty, artistic culture, and mind-blowing advancements; however, some spots are regarded as the heaven in disguise for their architectural worth.
Athens has persevered itself on the top of the list because of the architectural strength it is showing to the nature lovers. Unlimited trail of long trees, deep water oceans, artistic building designs, and ancient monuments are adding to the beauty of the country all together. Along with the ancient buildings, the city has built several new structures to keep up a pace with the modern architecture ethics of the 21st century. The city also presents a mix of ancient and modern buildings which talk to the skyline, presenting a breathtaking view.
Dubai has one fourth of all of the cranes in the world which work 24/7 on their landscape. With skyscrapers surrounding the horizon, they have also constructed admirable, luxurious hotels now. Some high-end buildings stand alongside the beaches, seas, and gardens so that visitors can make the most of each moment during their stay. Dubai’s restaurants eateries and hotels portray an authentic artistry of modern time. Besides a popular building Burj-al-Khalifa, the city has an underwater structure known as Hydropolis. The city is progressing bounds and leaps because all major building constructers and developers are being hired for the development projects there. Most talented engineers are working in the city and helping it to get a double-boost for its architectural value, and in return they are being paid-off a handful amount of salaries each month.
Brasilia is located in Brazil. This city was designed in 1957 by urban designer Lucio Costa and architect Oscar Niemeyer. Visitors sometimes feel fancy for the unique arrangement of landscapes in the city. Some say it looks like a cross, airplane or and other believes that it resembles to a real butterfly. The truth is the city is just endowed with an unexplainable amount of beauty; we just need to see it from our personal prospective before giving it another name. Among many state-of-art buildings, some are the president’s residence, the Cathedral Basilica and government work building which was aptly named as Three Powers Square. It was classically designed based on ideas conceived by the French architect Le Corbusier. Everyone applauds this place because it was imagined and constructed so fast.
Berlin is a city which has prospered since the demolition of the wall over 20 years ago. It became a center of attention for having gone though so many constructions and reconstructions, now it has become a true work of creativity, huge buildings are touching the sky and their exteriors are beyond imagination. Although the city could not persevere many classic architectures of the part, like the Das Rotes Rathaus, as they were, but major alterations have been made to them so that they can withstand the challenge of time.
The Reichstag, which was the Nazi parliament structure, has been renovated by including a glass dome ceiling. The abandoned Potsdamer Platz district was assessed to determine if anything could be done with it. The engineers came up with an idea to redesign and revive it, which has been successful. They added a number of newer buildings as well in the surrounding to bring off the actual worth of the place. The Sony Center, an impressive structure, was an addition in the last five years. Overall they have revitalized their city as a whole by taking abandoned structures and reusing them, in addition they have also constructed new ones just to make the place more accommodating for public.
These are the world’s best architecture cities. All of these cities have something special in terms of cultural value, historical stories, and inventive architecture.