Natural History Museum, South Kensington, UK - love the fish eye effect

Great Hall of the Natural History Museum, London. The Natural History Museum is the is one of three large museums in London, England. This museum is also known as the British Museum.

Natural History Museum, London

40 Dynamic Architectural Photography: Preserving the Heritage

Entrance Hall to the Natural History Museum, London. Romanesque Revival but with modern materials and structures such as terracotta and striking steel ribs to the roof. All decorated with natural imagery. Such beautiful architecture!

Mont Saint-Michel - idealmagazine.co.uk

the-crown-queen: “ Mont Saint Michel completely surrounded by water , France. ” I enjoy going back there again and again, it is a marvelous place even if this much water is very rare.

Tintern Abbey in south Wales was dissolved by Henry VIII, England. The Abbey is 881 years old. | by Ro Ariass on Flickr

Tintern Abbey in south Wales was dissolved by Henry VIII, England. The Abbey is 881 years old. - by Ro Ariass

afterlife club

One side of the double grand staircase to the Paris Opera, Palais Garnier, Paris, France

Interview: Photos Capture the Rarely-Seen Interior of a Lavish Abandoned Castle - My Modern Met

Interview: Photos Capture the Rarely-Seen Interior of a Lavish Abandoned Castle

The Crystal Palace, Madrid, Spain. @thecoveteur

Kimsooja’s Room of Rainbows in Crystal Palace Buen Retiro Park, Madrid Spain. Created in 2006 by multidisciplinary artist Kimsooja, To Breathe – A Mirror Woman was an elaborate installation at the.

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The Rector´s Palace, old town Dubrovnick, Croatia. The Rectors Palace, was the administrative center of the Dubrovnik Republic. Its style is basically Gothic, with Renaissance and Baroque reconstructions.

decadent chandeliers and detail

Paris Opera House with its giant chandeliers. Being there in person, I could see why Gaston Leroux chose to use them as a weapon in The Phantom of the Opera -- love this place!

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