A city’s culture, history, social life, and cuisine scene are only a few factors that can influence it. However, architecture can be the most defining characteristic. Some structures have stunning designs and unadulterated aesthetic appeal that may utterly captivate you. The layout of a city may take you across time while still placing you in a very specific location through meticulous urban planning and a grasp of the cultural context. (h/t)

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#1 Sun And Moon Pagodas In Guilin, China

#2 The Shambles In York, England

#3 Osaka Castle, Osaka, Japan

#4 Kyoto, Japan

#5 Jewel Changi Airport, Singapore

#6 The 24-Year-Old ‘Wisteria’ Cottage.

#7 Hungarian Parliament Building, Budapest

#8 Athens

#9 The Neuschwanstein Castle In Germany Looks Even More Stunning In Snow

#10 Tree House, Singapore

#11 Casa Batlo, Barcelona, Spain

#12 Ruyi Bridge, China

#13 Evening Scene In Bremen, Germany

#14 My Favorite Castle In Germany

#15 Las Lajas Shrine

#16 The Frog House In Bielsko-Biała, Poland

#17 Tolbooth Tavern, Edinburgh / Sir Lewis Bellenden

#18 Wooden Houses In Bergen, Norway

#19 80-Metre Climbing Wall Built On The Side Of A Power Plant In Copenhagen, Denmark

#20 English Garden Of The Coton Manor

#21 Walzin Castle On A Cliff Overlooking The River Lesse

#22 Old Gatehouse In Northern Ireland

#23 La Casa Pàdua, An Example Of Catalan Modernism Architecture Originally Built As A Single-Family Residence In 1903, Sarrià-Sant Gervasi District Of Barcelona, Spain

#24 San Carlo Alle Quattro Fontane, Lugano, Switzerland

#25 Concrete Turret Of The Félix Potin Building, A 1904 Art Nouveau Department Store With An Exterior Of Moulded Concrete Casts On Rue De Rennes, 6th Arrondissement Of Paris, France

#26 Windows Of Paris

#27 Sainte-Chapelle At Paris, France

#28 Snowy Evening, Oxford University

#29 Mont Saint-Michel, France

#30 Two 17th Century Half-Timbered Houses At Hohe Straße 18 And 19 In Quedlinburg, One Of The Best-Preserved Medieval And Renaissance Towns In Europe That Escaped Major Damage During World War II. Harz, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

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