A remarkable building consists of several different materials. Even objects that you think cannot be used in a construction can actually be in the process of creating some of the most astonishing structures in the world. This means that not only common construction materials such as deformed bars in the Philippines and in other parts of the world are utilized to build these infrastructures.
They are using them in order to strengthen their structures, making them long lasting and allowing more people to see and enjoy the sights they offer the public’s eye.
As a result, these buildings are more attention-grabbing than most. You can find these structures all over the planet. Some of them even attract the attention of the tourists, encouraging people from different countries to pay a visit to these places. Here are some of the most famous structures in the world.
Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is usually on top of most people’s minds when it comes to famous landmarks in Australia. This is, of course, well justified as it showcases a one of a kind architecture design, not only in its own country but throughout the entire world as well.
Jorn Utzon is the architect of this famous building, who used to be relatively unknown before designing the opera house. Afterwards, he went on designing other major projects after becoming renowned in the world of architecture. The opera house is located in Sydney harbour and it has been designed to mimic a ship sailing across the sea. Locals, as well as tourists, visit the place to watch cultural events, musicals, and plays here.
The Palais Garnier is also another prominent opera house. This building is located in Paris, France which is also known as the city of lights and the city of love. Travellers from all over the world mostly have Paris in the list of destinations they would love to visit as it offers a variety of entertainment for different kinds of people.
The opera house is one of these places and tourists travel to Paris just to visit it. Palais Garnier was named after its architect, Charles Garnier, and it was the primary home to Paris Opera Ballet and Paris Opera. It is also famous for its association with the famous novel, “The Phantom of the Opera.” This is because the place was the story’s main setting, prompting fans of the musical – as well as movie – to flock the Palais Garnier to get a feel of where the “Angel of Music” had come from.
Cultural Centre of the Philippines
The Cultural Centre of the Philippines, or CCP for short, is one of the most iconic buildings in the Philippines. It is located in Manila, the capital of the country. Its location is quite convenient, especially for tourists who are visiting the country, as it is near other attractions like the Luneta Park. Several hotels can be also found nearby.
CCP also hosts some of the most prominent art galleries in the country. If you want to check one of the art shows held at the place, you should also check out the interior of the building. In some instances, CCP also serves as a theatre for those who love to see and watch plays and musicals. The Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival is a prominent film competition and festival that is held in CCP.
If you are one of the people who enjoys going to the theatre, you might want to include the Sydney Opera House, Palais Garnier, and CCP in your bucket list of places to visit and explore. These are remarkable buildings with lovely designs that have caught the eyes of people all over the world.
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Jeric is a freelance writer that features food, lifestyle, travel, DIY subjects, and nature. He is an adventurer, taking on the world and everything it has to offer, may it be the good and the bad. He also has a weird love