Castles in Germany belong to one of the most beautiful European fortresses. Most strongholds come from the Middle Ages and Romanticism. It is estimated that our western neighbors have about 20,000 castles, fortresses and palaces. Most of them have remained almost intact to this day. We decided to introduce you to the beauty of German castles and for this purpose we have compiled a list of 34 wonderful fortresses. We encourage you to look at and learn about interesting facts about these castles.
On 19 July 2019, the Argentine architect César Pelli died. Considered one of the greatest architects of the twentieth century, he became famous primarily thanks to the Petronas Towers project in Kuala Lumpur. The architect died at the age of 92, as reported by the Argentine news agency Telam.
During the 43rd UNESCO Commission meeting in Baku (Azerbaijan), 8 buildings designed by the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright were entered on the World Heritage List. In addition to his works, the list also includes councils, towers and the Pskov kremlin, the baroque palace in Mafra and the hills with the vineyards of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene.
The Shard is a modern, glass skyscraper that is the tallest building in London. The office building, almost 310 meters high, was designed by Renzo Piano, author of, among others Center Pompidou in Paris. This is another building described in the pages of our website.
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The building designed by the Czech architect Vlado Milunić and the American architect Frank Gehry with its shape resembles a dancing couple. This deconstructivist office took its name from a pair of dancers Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Dancing House is another building described on our website.
The famous London Bridge Tower Bridge was closed for cars and pedestrians yesterday. The reason for the closure was a man who climbed into one of the spans, lay down and began to sunbathe, to the surprise of thousands of people and policemen watching him.