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Five Fascinating Buildings From Across The Globe

The Lotus Temple is a Bahá'í House of Worship which is situated in  New Delhi. It consists of 27 structures similar to petals of the lotus flower that open onto a central hall approximately 40m high. It has nine sides, nine doors, and can put up 2,500 people. Its surface is made of white marble from Mount Pentelicus in Greece, the same marble which was used to build the Parthenon. It completed in 1986 and is regarded as one of the most visited buildings in the world which attracts over 100 million people. 

<a href='https://www.hellotravel.com//dome-of-the-rock' class=''>Dome of the Rock</a>

The Dome of the Rock is a 7th-century building which is a masterpiece of Islamic Culture. It is situated in Jerusalem. It was constructed between 687 and 691 by Caliph Abd al-Malik. It has an octagonal plan and the rotunda dome of wood which are of Byzantine design. The Persian tiles which are present on the outer side and the marble slabs that embellish the interior were made by Suleiman I in 1561.It is the oldest extant Islamic monument and has served as a model for architecture and other artistic endeavors for over a millennium.

Things to do here - Lod, Acre, Jerusalem, Haifa, Tel Aviv,

<a href='https://www.hellotravel.com/the-white-house' class=''>The White House</a>

The White House was designed by James Hoban who was an Irish architect. In 1792 Hoban presented a plan for the presidential mansion and consequently got the commission to build the White House. The construction started in 1793 and completed in 1801. The mansion is actually a home to every US leader from the time when the country's second president John Adams. This White House was made of white-painted Aquia sandstone.

4. Leaning Tower of Pissa 5.0 

In the whole Europe,  Leaning Tower of Pisa is regarded as one of the most remarkable architectural structures. It is famous for its tilt. The tower began to incline during construction after soft ground on one side was incapable to appropriately support the structure's weight. The building work began in 1173 and continued for over 300 years. It is believed that it was designed by Bonnano Pisano but studies have also said that the architect was Diotisalvi.

<a href='https://www.hellotravel.com/saudi-arabia/mecca' class=''>The Kaaba, Mecca</a>

The Kaaba basically means cube in Arabic. It is a square building located in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. In Islam, it is regarded as the most sacred place. The Kabba is gracefully draped in a silk and cotton covering. Every year a great number of Muslims travel to the Kabba for the Hajj which is an annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca. It is a small square building which is about 60 feet high and its walls a meter wide, with its total size occupying roughly 627 square feet.

Thus these are some of the buildings which will fascinate you and attract you to visit them.

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