Other famous buildings around the world.|
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|The WTC Taipei was started in January, 1986 by Taiwan's foremost trade promotion organization, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA).||02/11/2006||407|
|WTC New Orleans is a non-profit organization of 2,000 corporate and individual members which was started in 1943 as International House and in 1945 as International Trade Mart, its two predecessor organizations, which merged in 1985.||02/09/2006||412|
|National tax service in seoul||02/05/2006||384|
|Siloam Springs Memorial Hospital, the only non profit hospital in Northwest Arkansas.||02/05/2006||229|
|"Place Saint-Lambert" constitutes the historical heart of the city of Liège. Until the beginning of the 19th century, it was occupied by several cathedrals successively destroyed and rebuilt. The latest was burned out in 1789 and cleared out in 1821.|
In the 20th century the square became a crossing point for cars; so in the 60ies and 70ies numerous projects developed in order t...
|Trade fairs, exhibitions, sport events, concerts, parties, seminars, congresses, conferences, receptions||02/04/2006||266|
|University (UCL) hospital in Brussels||01/30/2006||213|
| The Fundació Mies van der Rohe|
The Fundació Mies van der Rohe was set up in 1983 by the Barcelona City Hall with the initial purpose of reconstructing the German Pavilion, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1886-1969) for the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition.
|Royal Library of Belgium, called "Albertine" and located near the centrum of Brussels.||01/29/2006||190|
|The biggest concert hall of Belgium.||01/28/2006||231|
|This is Rungis, south of Paris, it is the biggest food market in the world, le "ventre de Paris" (Paris's belly)||01/28/2006||282|
|Strawberry Field was a children's home run by the Salvation Army at the time John Lennon played there as a child. He made it famous with the Beatles song "Strawberry Fields Forever". It is now a Salvation Army retreat called "The Boiler Room".||01/24/2006||603|
|The Empress State Building is a West London landmark. It was constructed in the 1960s, and at 100 meters tall it ranks among the 20 tallest buildings in Britain.||01/21/2006||314|
|Radio-TV Serbia (RTS) buildings bombed by NATO on April 23, 1999 in action against Slobodan Milosevic's government.||01/16/2006||448|
|This is the famous column called "le Monument aux Girondins", located in Bordeaux, France. One of the most famous touristic places of this south-west French city, capital of wine.||01/15/2006||277|
|One of the old gates to enter the city of Brussels||01/11/2006||238|
|Here you can see the most important sites of Melbourne. Furthermore the 10 tallest buildings of this city are marked.||01/11/2006||493|
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It is situated on a little island in the Tiber.
Near the Vatikan border.
|Ideogram building in Tokyo||01/07/2006||258|
|Saint Louis Science Center (including the McDonnell Planetarium) spans I-64. Older portion on north side of interstate while newer portion on south side.||01/07/2006||251|
|This great building is placed in Bangkok (Thailand). It is one of the ten tallest buildings in Bangkok.||12/31/2005||437|
|the alexanderplatz is the famous place of east berlin. in the near reside the tv-tower and the red town hall.||12/29/2005||479|
|Rotunda - round building in Wroclaw, in Poland, housing monumental picture "The Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice"||12/28/2005||301|
|Now abandoned, the "Pantaco" station used to be the greatest Railway car workshop in Mexico and Latin America. Now there's people living in the old dusty abandoned cars.||12/27/2005||315|