There’s no shortage of architectural icons that have become iconic over the years.

They include the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, and the CN Tower.

So which of these legendary buildings are the most memorable?

Here are five of the best.1.

The Empire State Buildings—Manhattan, New York (1899) The Empire States Building was built in New York City in 1899 and has been the tallest building in the world since its completion.

The first floor of the Empire state building is a replica of the Grand Hotel.

It’s the tallest structure in the United States, and was built to be the tallest skyscraper in the city.

The original building, however, was never completed, and remains a landmark in New Jersey.

Its original design was intended to be an apartment building and was intended for 1,200 people.

Its design was altered in order to meet a higher building height requirement.2.

The Chrysler Building—Manila, Philippines (1906) Built on the site of the former Manila Bay Hotel, the Chinese Communist Party’s first Chinese-American-owned hotel, the building was intended as a hotel, and is the largest hotel in the World.

Originally intended as an office building, the hotel was expanded to include apartments and a shopping mall in 1905, and to serve as a financial center.3.

The CN Tower—Dubai, United Arab Emirates (1893) Built to be a commercial hub in the U.A.E., the CN tower was designed as a luxury building and had a grand opening in 1894.

The building was built for the Chinese National People’s Congress and was to be one of the tallest buildings in the country.

Its main features included a helipad and a glass roof, as well as a large observation deck.

The tower was completed in 1908 and was the first of three skyscrapers built in Dubai.

The final two were completed in 1962 and 1972 respectively.4.

The Grand Hotel—New York, New Jersey (1897) The Grand was originally built to house a hotel in New Orleans.

It was built with the intention of becoming a bank and was initially designed to be 2,500 square feet in size.

It became the tallest hotel in America, at over 1,000 feet high, and had many features that drew in foreign guests.

The hotel was the home of the World’s Fair in 1893, the world’s largest fair in 1891, and became a landmark of the city in the 1890s.

The hotels famous bathhouse and the grand ballroom were both built by Frank Lloyd Wright.5.

The Archduk Ferdinand Building—Krakow, Poland (1913) The Archdeak Ferdinand Building, also known as the Archdeacon Ferdinand, was the tallest tower in the former Soviet Union, the tallest in Europe and the largest building in Europe.

It is the tallest listed building in Poland and the tallest monument in the Netherlands.

It sits on the former site of a former Soviet military base, and it is one of only a few buildings in Poland that still bear the name.

The structure is an imposing landmark in the Krakow area of the country, and has stood for over 150 years.6.

The World’s Columbian Exposition—Washington, D.C. (1914) This was the only fair in the history of the United Kingdom, and this was the largest event in the Western Hemisphere in the early 1900s.

This was also the first and only time the U!


and the Soviet Union were at war.

The event was held on the Mall of America, and in 1914, the Archbishops Convention, the first international conference of Christians, was held in Washington, D,C.

The largest of all the buildings in New Delhi, the World Expo took place in this area of India, and its popularity led to the building of a massive monument to honor the city, the Great Wall of India.7.

The National Library of Ireland—Dublin, Ireland (1908) The National Building in Dublin is one the most recognizable buildings in Ireland.

Built in the mid-1800s by the Irish-American businessman Thomas Merton, the structure was a massive structure, and served as the headquarters of the Irish Ministry of Education, as the city’s primary library.8.

The Panama Canal—New Orleans, Louisiana (1911) The Panama canal was inaugurated on May 1, 1911, and opened to traffic on April 16, 1911.

It served as a major transportation hub, and allowed ships to pass between the United Arab Republic and Spain for the first time in history.

The canal also provided a major route for oil and coal from the Caribbean, Africa, and Asia to the U to help support the expansion of the U, and helped support the construction of the Panama Canal.9.

The Sears Tower—Chicago, Illinois (1909) The Sears tower was the most important skyscraper