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9 buildings in Asia that look like gigantic versions of everyday objects

An egg, a tree, a fish – the possibilities are endless.
The Beach Hotel on Galveston Island in Texas burned down.

7 iconic buildings across the US that no longer exist — and what’s in their place today

Sometimes, even the most beautiful buildings don't stand the test of time: they might've gotten torn down, or they're lost to fires or earthquakes. HomeAdvisor created composites of what some of these iconic buildings would look like today, compared with what actually stands in their place now.
Kim Jong-Un poses in front of the Wonsan Baby Home and Orphanage in June 2015.

28 photos that show North Korea’s obsession with huge, odd buildings

In a country that keeps so much under wraps, North Korean architecture ends up speaking volumes. Here's a look at some of the country's most fantastical buildings.
The original Penn Station in New York City is one of many buildings that has fallen from grace. It was sold and demolished in 1962.

Then and now: 12 iconic American buildings that fell from grace

Some of the most notable buildings in the US are the ones that have fallen from grace, from Manhattan's original Penn Station to Houston's Astrodome.

Time-lapse footage shows the rapid development of high-rise buildings around London’s Olympic Park since 2014

Stratford is now home to The International Quarter which is a huge business and retail development expected to create 25,000 jobs.

Britain’s 15 best new buildings are eclectic masterpieces

The 2017 winners of the RIBA National Awards for architecture are eclectic and stunning.

A 58-story skyscraper in San Francisco is tilting and sinking — but the city says it’s safe to live in

An inspection concluded that Millennium Tower, which has sunk 16 inches and tilted two inches since it opened, is safe to live in.

One Chinese city built more skyscrapers in 2016 than the US and Australia combined

Shenzhen, China, became home to 11 new skyscrapers last year.

This three-mile-high skyscraper design is coated in self-cleaning material that eats smog

Manufacturing company Arconic has developed a special coating that pulls pollutants from the air and self-cleans the building and surrounding air.