10 Buildings You Need To See Before You Die
These 10 buildings you definitely need to see before you die should be on everyone’s bucket list.
Not to mention, you need to capture them in photographs.
Ealuxe has made a top 10 list showing the beauty and fortitude of some of the world’s greatest architectural achievements.
If you don’t have pictures of these 10 buildings on your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter before you die, consider your life not well lived.
Don’t forget to make a photo album. After all, bragging off a bit won’t kill anybody. Let’s get straight to business!
10The Chrysler Building, New York City, New York
How many times have you walked past this imposing building?
Located on the east side of Manhattan in the Turtle Bay area, the Chrysler building is perhaps the world’s most famous Art Deco building.
Also considered by many contemporary architects one of the finest buildings in New York City, The Chrysler was the tallest building in the world for 11 months (1.046 feet), before it was surpassed by the Empire State Building.
It currently features an impressive number of 3.862 windows on its facade and 4 banks of 8 elevators designed by the Otis Elevator Corporation. In 1976, it was declared a National Historic Landmark.
It’s hard to miss The Chrysler building. Not to mention, with its majestic crown, it’s even harder not to take a picture.