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2021 Architectural Wonders of the World

Marvelous Architectural Destinations.

Architecture is one of those art practices that you don’t need to study in school or have a top degree to appreciate it. One of the best ways to study more about foreign destinations and diverse cultures is to examine and learn about architecture when you travel. And metropolises have a crafty way of telling their stories by the buildings that border their streets.

Renovation procedures have conserved ancient buildings and monuments from years ago, and current progressions in the area of engineering and construction are nothing short of amazing. If it’s old, new, decorative, or basic, spectacular architecture surrounds us wherever we travel.

A city can be fashioned by various things – its culinary scene, for instance, or plenty of shopping selections. But maybe nothing can describe a destination quite as clearly as its architecture. Even if it’s through considerate city planning or adjusting to cultural movements, the visual design of a city could take you through time, while embedding you firmly in a very particular place. Need convincing? These are some of our top travel destinations for architecture lovers to explore and learn about architecture, design, and the people that constructed the world’s stunning cities, from Athens to Bali.

Holidays to Athens

Exploring the architecture and famous ruins in Athens is like travelling back in time to historic Greece, where masonry goes back to 400 BC. On all architectural tours, a checklist has to include the Parthenon, the Temple of Poseidon, as well as the Temple of Athena. 

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Holidays to Marrakech

The bulk of Marrakech’s riads—joined with the metropolis’s mosques, towers, and montages—makes it a remarkable place to see the Moorish architecture of the 12th until the 17th centuries. On your architectural tour check out the high tower of Koutoubia Mosque, Badi Palace, Bahia Palace, and The interesting Marrakech Museum.

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Holidays to Prague

Prague’s architecture is mesmerizing. Numerous architectural jewels from the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods remain undamaged because the city was not reconstructed like many European cities. For the ideal example of this, you should visit St. Vitus Cathedral, Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock, Obecní Dům, St Nicholas Church, Sternberg Palace, and Troja Chateau.

Holidays to New York

New York has architecturally important buildings in an extensive variety of styles covering diverse historical and cultural eras. Some of those architectural wonders are The Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Freedom Tower, and the Chrysler Building. Mies van der Rohe, Philip Johnson, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Gregory Johnson are a few famous architects that you can learn about here. 

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Holidays to Dubai

In a city recognized for magnificence, you’ll find amazing architecture on all corners. From the world’s highest tower and most lavish hotel to space-age constructions that challenge gravity, uncover the best works of architecture in Dubai. You can visit Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Cayan Tower, Atlantis, The Palm, and The Five Palm Jumeirah Dubai.

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Holidays to Miami

Miami has increasingly changed into a center of architecture and design. While the city’s tropical identity is most frequently linked with Art Deco, Miami provides an extensive variety of architectural styles from Mediterranean Revival to Miami Modern and everything in the middle. All architectural lovers need to visit The Fontainebleau, Perez Art Museum Miami, Freedom Tower, Miami Tower, and The Biltmore Hotel.

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Holidays to Barcelona

Taking signals from contemporary Gothic and eastern techniques, the early-19th-century Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí sought to fashion organic, urban spaces in the city he adored. A stroll around Barcelona takes you across the biggest cluster of his trademark ceramic and stained-glass mosaics, and his surging stonework and ironwork, which consists of Park Güell, Casa Batllo, and conclude in his incomplete masterpiece La Sagrada Família.

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Holidays to Florence

Nowhere in the world is the Renaissance flair more commemorated than in Florence. The city is believed to be the origin of the Renaissance crusade during the 14th century, which is seen in the art and architecture here. Domes, columns, and embroidered symmetrical constructions are symbolic of this time era, and also a prominence on lifelike human form paintings. They’re most noticeable at Florence’s Duomo and Basilica of Santa Maria Novella.

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Holidays to Rome

The Romans were recognized for being great visionaries, so it should come as no shock that the city of Rome has demonstrated and adjusted to nearly every architectural style since the historic Classical movement (Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance—you name it). Now, the city is one of the largest hubs of 17th-century Baroque architecture, famous for its magnificence, richness, and difference between light and shadow. Visit Rome’s St. Peter’s Square, Santi Luca e Martina, The Temple of Vesta, Pantheon, the Vatican, The Sistine Chapel, The Aqueducts, or Trevi Fountain to witness the theatrical style in person.

Holidays to Budapest

Art Nouveau came into style in Budapest during the late 19th century to early 20th century, and the city is still one of the top places to view the architectural style today. One can discover twisted forms, organic shapes, use of iron and glass, and vibrant trimmings all around this expanse of the Danube, which includes the Gresham Palace, Hotel Gellért and spas, Museum of Applied Arts, and Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden.

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Holidays to India

India, one of the ancient societies in the world, with the most varied cultural history and occupied by numerous races, religions, and languages is a treasure-trove for the study of architectural development all through history. Every change or addition of new culture has shaped an impression on Indian architecture and art. On your architectural tour make sure you visit the Taj Mahal, Lotus Temple, Amber Fort, Rajasthan, Ajanta-Ellora Caves, Chand Baori, and the Sun Temple, Konark.

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Holidays to Cambodia

Cambodia’s monuments are not just majestic and architecturally spectacular, but all of them have a superb history, embedded to the past and culture of the Khmer empire. The design, sculptures, and religious importance of temples, and the wealthy history of sculptures and other monuments would leave everyone charmed and mesmerized. To encounter the best architectural marvels, visit; Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Bayon Temple, Lolei Temple, The French Tower, Kampong Cham, and The Victory Gate, Angkor.

Holidays to Bali

Bali’s architecture is not just popular in Asia, but also internationally renowned as a style. It merges a stylish tropical lifestyle with traditional features generating a very exceptional ambience. Here are some of the most expressive architectural wonders of Bali you can visit, Tanah Lot, Besakih Temple, Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, Gunung Kawi Temple, Lempuyang Temple, Green School, and the Pura Taman Saraswati Temple.

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From ancient to modern structures architecture helps teach travellers about a destination’s history, and the extraordinary local landmarks are – in its core – silent observers to bygone eras, realms, and flavors, but they could also provide us clues to what the future has in store (not to mention make for an exceptional travel gram, as well).

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Mr. Jho 7th July 2020 at 1:40 pm

Would surely visit La Sagrada Família! And I’m going to book my holiday through travel center.

admin 10th August 2020 at 6:22 am

Hi Mr. Jho, we’re glad that we’ve inspired you to visit Barcelona. Looking forward to planning your holiday!


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