People have shared the most beautiful pieces of architecture they’ve ever come across. And the pictures are guaranteed to take your breath away.

#1 Semi-Destroyed In 1979 By The Earthquake In Albania. Rebuilt Two Years Ago

#2 A Spiral Staircase Designed By Leonardo Da Vinci In The Year 1516

#3 This Spiral Staircase Carved From A Single Tree In 1851 – Located In Lednice Castle, Czech Republic

#4 The Russian Ministry Of Agriculture, In Kazan

#5 Wisteria Blossoms Surrounding The Entrance Of A Victorian Townhouse In San Francisco

#6 The Art Nouveau ‘Gran Hotel Ciudad De México’, 1899, By French Architect, Jacques Grüber

#7 Zhongshuge Bookstore In Chengdu, China

#8 Vietnam’s Golden Bridge

#9 Pavillion Of The Enlightened, Bangkok

#10 Natural History Museum, London

#11 This Stone Cottage In England

#12 Budapest Hungary

#13 The Ceiling Of The Shah Mosque In Isfahan, Iran

#14 “Azure Blue Pool” At Hearst Castel, San Simeon, California. It Was Built By Architect Julia Morgan Between 1919 And 1947

#15 Winter Has Come In Iceland. Hallgrímskirkja In Reykjavík. Photo By Gunnar Freyr

#16 House In Art Nouveau Style, Brussels, Belgium

#17 Early 1900’s Craftsman Home In Seattle

#18 This Apartment Building In Tel Aviv, Israel

#19 Restaurant On The River Ill Flowing Through The Historic Petite France Quarter Of Strasbourg, France

#20 The Kansas City Public Library

#21 Thorncrown Chapel, Arkansas, By E. Fay Jones

#22 Grundtvig’s Church In Copenhagen, Denmark. Was Completed In 1940 And Its Design Is A Combination Between A Cathedral And The Style Of Old Danish Country Houses

#23 Hohenzollern Castle, Germany

#24 Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral In France – Built Entirely Of Black Lava Stone

#25 Shades Of Blue Highlight This San Francisco Victorian Home

#26 Setenil De Las Bodegas In Cadiz, Spain

#27 Duomo Di Milano, Italy

#28 Les Espaces D’abraxas, Noisy-Le-Grand, France

#29 Windows Inside Dos Bosco Chapel- Brasilia, Brazil

#30 19th Century Italianate Orangery Of The Castle Ashby House, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, England