52 Of The Most Famous Buildings In The World That Are Known For Their Unconventional Architectural Structure (12)

52 Of The Most Famous Buildings In The World That Are Known For Their Unconventional Architectural Structure (12)

The Natural History Museum in London is one of the city's most famous landmarks, not to mention one of its most beautiful buildings. Photo by Lui G. Marín on Flickr.

The Natural History Museum in London is one of the city's most famous landmarks, not to mention one of its most beautiful buildings. Photo by Lui G. Marín on Flickr.

Hampton Court Palace | Berkshire, England | 1st taste of Devonshire cream on scones baked in famous kitchen that served King Henry VIII

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace | Berkshire, England | 1st taste of Devonshire cream on scones baked in famous kitchen that served King Henry VIII

52 Of The Most Famous Buildings In The World That Are Known For Their Unconventional Architectural Structure (11)

52 Of The Most Famous Buildings In The World That Are Known For Their Unconventional Architectural Structure (11)

The foundation stone of the new St Paul's Cathedral in London was laid on this day 21st June, 1675. The Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and the site faced that of the church destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666

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The foundation stone of the new St Paul's Cathedral in London was laid on this day 21st June, 1675. The Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren and the site faced that of the church destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666

See the home of the Knights Templar. Temple Church was constructed in the 12th century by the Knights Templar – a powerful order of crusading monks made famous by Dan Brown in The Da Vinci Code. The building was originally used for Templar initiation ceremonies, and today, visitors can see marble effigies of medieval knights buried on the grounds.

See the home of the Knights Templar. Temple Church was constructed in the 12th century by the Knights Templar – a powerful order of crusading monks made famous by Dan Brown in The Da Vinci Code. The building was originally used for Templar initiation ceremonies, and today, visitors can see marble effigies of medieval knights buried on the grounds.

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