ITT: post what you consider the most beautiful building in your home town
I don't live in a town. Also, if I included my nearest town, would a bridge count as a building?
>The most beautiful building in my, er, village
I took this picture - features probably some of the most beautiful structures in New York:
1WTC, The Gehry Building and The Brooklyn Bridge
Well of course. You can't expect a north Korean status symbol to be anything but a hollow shell.
At least the citizens won't have to pretend the giant thing doesn't exist under fear of execution anymore.
I don't care much for the Mormons but they do good work with architecture
Parliament in Budapest
Maybe not the most beautiful in the city, but its one of them
St. Louis was once known as "the gateway to the west". It's a monument to US westward expansion.
My fellow new yawkers you are all wrong
this one always catches my eye, I love walking past it.
Don't be cucked by western capitalists. Our supreme leader personally designed what is undoubtedly the nicest hotel in the world. Many famous athletes and movie stars frequently stay in it when visiting the DPRK.
Seconding this. I also have a thing for this
Reggio emilia high speed train station
Tribune Tower, Chicago. I've got a thing for neo-gothic design and this building really does it for me.
Renaissance center/ General motors building Detroit
This one's nice but the rest is a bit of a shithole
The smaller villages around the town are quite nice, I actually live in one of those but they're not actually towns