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l Angkor Wat, cuyo nombre significa “Templo de la Ciudad”, es el más grande del mundo. Se ha convertido en una seña de identidad de Camboya, hasta el punto de aparecer en su bandera.

En 1929 la compañía de ron Bacardí construyó un rascacielos como sede de sus oficinas en el antiguo barrio habanero de Las Murallas.

The architects Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunic designed the “Dancing House” in Prague inspired by the dancers Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Looking at this piece of architecture can be appreciated in the style of the two structures, the characteristic movement of the legendary dance couple.

Wat Chaiwatthanaram, Jacobo Gordon

In the south of Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, Italian immigrants settled, coming mostly from Genoa, in the late nineteenth establishing one of the most picturesque and traditional neighbor in the city.

The arrival of the new millennium promoted several works in London in order to modernize the city’s architecture. Among these new constructions there is the Millennium Bridge, inaugurated on June 10, 2000, to join two very important points of the city: St. Paul’s Cathedral with the Tate Modern.

Dice el presidente de los Estados Unidos, Barack Obama, que “lo peor que el colonialismo hizo fue nublar nuestra visión de nuestro pasado”; con el fin de aportar luz sobre la cultura indígena de Nueva Caledonia.

History and architecture description of the London Millennium Tower building process, designed by Norman Foster.

The Dancing House in Prague (Czech Republic) represent the legenday dancers: Ginger and Fred. It's a landmark designed by Frank Ghery and Vlado Milunic.

This famous cathedral stands in St Mark’s Square in Venice, which Napoleon described as “the most beautiful lounge in Europe”. Among the several treasures that St Mark’s Basilica houses, we can find a stone which came from the Temple of Alexandria on which is thought to fell John the Baptist’s head after his decapitation.