Top 20 Strangest Buildings in the World

World's Strangest Buildings in the World

Architecture is one of the most creative profession in the world, it’s constantly advancing and also changing.

When imaginative architectural minds are provided funds as well as free reign over their creations, some absolutely strange buildings are born.

There are a number of one-of-a-kind things on this planet, including weird and also unusual restaurants of the world, strange as well as unique temples, as well as unusual museums around the world.

Mask Blog Spot has a wonderful collection of the world’s most unusual style and also an incredible checklist of some of the weird buildings worldwide.

Most Strangest Buildings in the World

  • Atomium (Brussels, Belgium)
Source: flickr.com
  • Cathedral Of Brasilia (Brazil)
Source: travelchannel.com
  • Conch Shell House, Isla Mujeres, (Mexico)
Source: uniqhotels.com
  • Cubic Houses (Kubus Woningen) (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Source: pinterest.com
  • Cybertecture Egg Office Building, (India)
Source: officechai.com
  • Habitat 67 (Montreal, Canada)
Source: flickr.com
  • House Attack (Vienna, Austria)
Source: tripzilla.com
  • Kansas City Library (Missouri, USA)
Source: pinterest.com

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  • La Pedrera (Barcelona, Spain)
Source: en.wikipedia.org
  • Lotus Temple (Delhi, India)
Source: thehistoryhub.com
  • Mind House (Barcelona, Spain)
Source: realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com
  • Museum Of Contemporary Art (Niteroi, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil)
Museum of Contemporary Art
Source: commons.wikimedia.org
  • Olympic Stadium (Montreal, Canada)
Source: en.wikipedia.org
  • Ren Building, (China)
Source: in.pinterest.com
  • Rotating Tower, (Dubai, UAE)
Source: multifamilyexecutive.com
  • Stone House (Guimarã£Es, Portugal)
Source: archdaily.com
  • The Basket Building (Ohio, USA)
Source: edition.cnn.com
  • The Church Of Hallgrimur, Reykjavik, (Iceland)
Source: cntraveler.com
  • The Crooked House (Krzywy Domek) (Sopot, Poland)
Source: oddcities.com
  • The National Library (Minsk, Belarus)
Source: pinterest.com

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