Six most famous buildings in the world from the aerial view

There are famous buildings globally, yet, the Eiffel Tower, Colosseum, Statue of Liberty are some of the most photographed landmarks on Earth.

While most people recognize them immediately from the ground, the aerial views of these structures may seem less familiar. Below you will see the aerial view of iconic landmarks from around the world.

1. Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia

Sydney Opera House, Sydney
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Sydney Opera House is famous for its shells, made of white tiles that reflect the changing sky during the day. This design feature is visible in this picture.

2. Statue of Liberty, New York, USA

Statue of Liberty ,New York
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The statue itself usually overshadows the ornate base of Lady Liberty. You can see the 11-pointed star in the picture – these are the remains of an old fort built a year before the war of 1812.

3. Skyscraper, 30 St Mary Axe, London, England

30 St Mary Axe, London
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The second tallest skyscraper in London is known for its bullet shape and intricate appearance.

4. Eiffel Tower, Paris, France

Eiffel Tower, Paris
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Seen from above, the four iron legs of the Eiffel Tower form a giant X.

5. Colosseum, Rome, Italy

Colosseum, Rome, Italy
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This aerial view shows several levels of the Colosseum’s 2,000year-old roofless interior.

6. Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon, Myanmar

Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon
©Askideas – Shwedagon Pagoda, Yangon

The Shwedagon Pagoda in Myanmar is considered the oldest Buddhist stupa globally, dating back 2,600 years. His devotees have supported him over the years, which is why the golden roof in this picture looks so pristine.

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