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Structure : Osaka Shochikuza Theatre

Osaka Shochikuza Theatre, Dotonbori, Osaka, Japan

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Structure : Center for Civil and Human Rights

Structure (Post#16) : Center for Civil and Human Rights Without knowing or seeing the name of the building, from a distance I admired this modern building that truly symbolizes how the city gives importance of the most important innate and universal rights of human race.  These photos are part of Center for Civil and Human Rights Visit Photo Collection November

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Structure : World of Coca-Cola

Structure (Post#15) : World of Coca-Cola Seeing these photos of World of Coca-Cola from a distance, which I visited almost two years ago reminded me how great the museum was. The museum has modern style concept which for me a fantastic architectural design. These photos are part of Atlanta Walks Photo Collection November 2015. Please follow and like us:20

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Structure : “Fabulous Fox” Theatre (Atlanta)

Structure (Post#14) : “Fabulous Fox” Theatre (Atlanta) One of the branches of Fox Theatre is in Atlanta and they call it as “Fabulous Fox”. And I had a chance to find out why it was called Fabulous Fox when I got a chance to watch a dance musical show in this theatre while I was at Atlanta. Fox Theatre is

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Structure : Longshan Temple – Taiwan’s Famous Old Temple

Structure (Post#13) : Longshan Temple – Taiwan’s Famous Old Temple Longshan Temple is visible in my tourist map that I was holding on while walking in Ximending. Not realizing how famous the temple, I decided to visit the structure after finishing my walk in Ximending. When I reached the temple, just discovered the crowd that visits the temple, proven that

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Structure : Queenstown Post Office

Structure (Post#12) : Queenstown Post Office We just passed by the small town named Queenstown which was once the world’s richest mining town. One of my souvenir photo while we were here for few minutes was a snapshot of its historical post office which opened in 1896. The photo is part of Tasmania Adventure Photo Collection June 2013. Please follow and like

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Structure : Australian War Memorial

Structure (Post#11) : Australian War Memorial During my visit in Canberra, one of the significant structure to enjoy in this planned city is the Australian War Memorial. For me, I can say that is the center of all shrine of remembrance or war memorial across the country. A magnificent structure made to honor who died for the peace that the country

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Structure : Queen Victoria Women’s Centre

Structure (Post#10) : Queen Victoria Women’s Centre The building itself survive over a century and has been part of colourful history of Melbourne Hospital now The Royal Melbourne Hospital and Queen Victoria Memorial Hospital. Supposed to be for demolition but because of women’s organization, this historical building still survive. The snapshot is part of Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Photo Collection last July

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Structure : Melbourne Town Hall

Structure (Post#9) : Melbourne Town Hall One of the noticeable building at the heart of Melbourne CBD is Melbourne Town Hall which built in 1867. The building has its grandeur architectural design not only because of its impressive exterior style but also because it composed of many rooms that displays how majestic the town hall itself. The photo is part of Melbourne Town

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Structure : The Melbourne Athenaeum

Structure (Post#8) : The Melbourne Athenaeum The building is former Mechanic’s Institute and also called as The Athenaeum. This is a combination of Library, Museum and Art Gallery, Meeting Places and even a Live Theatre. This structure is almost as old as Melbourne since it’s the home of oldest public institution. This photo captured last July 2013 and part of The Melbourne

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Structure : The Gothic House (No. 157 Hotham Street)

Structure (Post#7) :  The Gothic House (No. 157 Hotham Street) An 1861 bluestone home dubbed The Gothic House. It was designed by architect Joseph Reed (who designed Melbourne Town Hall, State Library and Royal Exhibition Building) for deputy surveyor-general Clement Hodgkinson (who designed the Fitzroy and Treasury gardens). Photo is part of East Melbourne Historical Houses and Building Collection 2013. Please follow

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Structure : Cairns Memorial Presbyterian Church

Structure (Post#6) : Cairns Memorial Presbyterian Church Presbyterian church built in 1895 but due to fire happened in 1988 where the shell of the building are the only remains, it was converted into luxury apartments. Photo is part of East Melbourne Historical Houses and Building Collection 2013. Please follow and like us:20

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