Unique buildings you would love to see in Europe
European architecture impresses with its diversity and magnificence. No matter which country you are visiting you are sure to discover a lot of striking modern buildings. A picture is worth a thousand words, so let's take a look at some amazing buildings.
#1 The Triangeln station in Malmö, Sweden
#2 The Marques de Riscal winery in Spain's Basque Country
#3 Markthal in Rotterdam, Netherlands
#4 The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain
#5 Hallgrimur Church in Reykjavik, Iceland
#6 Bodegas Ysios, a winery in Rioja Alavesa, Spain
#7 The "Ideal Palace" in Hauterives, France
#8 The Emporia mall in Malmo, Sweden
#9 The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, UK
#10 The 256-foot and 344-foot-tall towers of Bosco Verticale, Milan
#11 The Torre Galatea Figueras in Catalonia, Spain
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