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Azadi Tower

Located in Tehran, Iran, stands an amazing building. The Azadi Tower lit up a night looks outstanding.

It was built in 1971.  It was named the Shahyad Tower, meaning “Kings’ Memorial”, but was dubbed Azadi (Freedom) after the Iranian Revolution of 1979. It’s 164 feet tall, completly covered with cut marble.

Hossein Amanat, was the architect, and he won a competition for designing it. There is fountains all around the monument, and even a full museum underneath it.

This is an awesome building! Shows are held here all the time. There is a huge light show, that takes place.

Hang Nga Guesthouse

This is one crazy looking house, as it is know as the “crazy house.”

It was designed and constructed by Vietnamese woman architect Đặng Việt Nga in Đà Lạt, Vietnam.

The design portrays a tree like structure. Nga would produce paintings and then have nonprofessional local craftsmen come and build the structure from the resemblance of her paintings. Uneven windows, only a few right angles, and a cave like hallway makes this place out of the ordinary. The whole outside of the building is covered with organic branches and vines.

There are 10 guest rooms in the house, all with a special theme related to an animal. One may be the tiger, eagle, or the kangaroo room. Furniture inside the house is all hand crafted, and some of it is even build into the house itself. The whole inside is just as organic as the outside. It’s filled with animals carved in everywhere, the halls are displayed as tunnels/caves, and mushrooms grow around throughout the house.

Nga was is debt big time, so she opened the place to be a guest house. It was about $29 to $70 to visit and to stay in a room for foreigners. The place has received mix opinions, but the overall reaction is always fascinating. [Plan Your Trip!]


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