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Things I can’t do: Hold a damn camera straight

I just really like rounded corner buildings OK?

ka-tana:

陌生人 (by teakolo)

ka-tana:

陌生人 (by teakolo)

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r-i-o-t:

Tokyo - Shinjuku City View by meenaghd

r-i-o-t:

Tokyo - Shinjuku City View by meenaghd

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fer1972:

Vennesla Architecture Library and Cultural House, Norway

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saveroomminibar:

The concept art of Wang Rui.

ukpuru:

ONITSHA [IGBO]. Chief Ogbua’s house.

— Zbigniew Dmochowski, Introduction to Nigerian Traditional Architecture: South Eastern Nigeria v. 3.

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5feet12inches:

Nice

5feet12inches:

Nice

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ordinarymachines:

New South China Mall: The emptiest mall in the world.

Emptiest mall, or most awesome Nerf Battleground?!

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(Source: slowellphoto, via 5feet12inches)

fyeahafrica:

Entrance to an Ndebele house in South Africa

fyeahafrica:

Entrance to an Ndebele house in South Africa

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fyeahafrica:

Unfinished and unmaintained building in Warri, Nigeria

fyeahafrica:

Unfinished and unmaintained building in Warri, Nigeria

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fyeahafrica:

Kariakoo market in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

fyeahafrica:

Kariakoo market in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

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The Jahangir Mahal in Orchha, Madhya Pradesh, India is one of the most finest and vivid examples of classical Mughal architecture. The Jahangir Mahal was completed in the year 1598 by the then Mughal Prince Salem (later known as the Mughal Emperor Jahangir) in the city of Orchha.
 
It was built to be a garrison and a palace, that would allow the Mughals greater control over the rebellious Bandela. The domes of the palace, were built according to Timurid customs and its grand Iwans (rectangular halls) were specially built for the entry of war elephants.
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The Jahangir Mahal in Orchha, Madhya Pradesh, India is one of the most finest and vivid examples of classical Mughal architecture. The Jahangir Mahal was completed in the year 1598 by the then Mughal Prince Salem (later known as the Mughal Emperor Jahangir) in the city of Orchha.

It was built to be a garrison and a palace, that would allow the Mughals greater control over the rebellious Bandela. The domes of the palace, were built according to Timurid customs and its grand Iwans (rectangular halls) were specially built for the entry of war elephants.

(by bag_lady (away))

(via fuckyeahsouthasia)