Top 10 Strangest Buildings in the World

By Village Mayor • Nov 19th, 2008 • Category: Architecture, Latest Post

We already had 2 awesome posts about architecture (50 Strange Buildings of the World Part I and  Part II), but those lists were completely random – numbers didn’t mean anything.

This post is different, after collecting 2130 votes on, we can finally tell The Top 10 strangest buildings in the world.

By the way, the III part of the weirdest buildings is also out, and you can read it here.

1st Place: Stone House (Guimarães, Portugal)

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2nd Place: Cathedral of Brasilia (Brazil)

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3rd Place: Museum of Contemporary Art (Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

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4th Place: The Crooked House (Sopot, Poland)

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5th Place: Atomium (Brussels, Belgium)

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6th Place: La Pedrera (Barcelona, Spain)

(Image credits: joe_aesmorga)

7th Place: Kansas City Library (Missouri, USA)

(Image credits: jonathan_moreau)

8th Place: Nautilus House (Mexico City, Mexico)

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9th Place: Habitat 67 (Montreal, Canada)

(Image credits: ken ratcliff)

10th Place: Wonderworks (Pigeon Forge, TN, United States)

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P.S. drawbacks of this list: not all of the buildings were included in; the voting took only 1 month.

But don’t worry my friends, this list will be definitely updated in the future.

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