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  1. Architecture is a form of art. When a city constructs a new building, it should add beauty to its streetscape. But that doesn't always happen. Every town across the United States likely has a tower, a government complex, or an office building that residents wish never went up. Business Insider asked readers to name the one architectural eyesore they loathe in their state. Responses ranged from a building that looks like a giant wooden basket to a hotel painted solid gold. The most unpopular buildings — two that were named by nearly a dozen readers — were Boston's City Hall, a concrete structure that one person described as "depressing," and Manhattan's 432 Park Avenue, a skyscraper that another reader said resembles "a very tall trashcan." Here are the ugliest buildings in every US state, plus Washington DC: Alabama — The Government Plaza in Mobile Wikipedia Commons Alaska — The Westmark Hotel in Anchorage Alaska.com Arizona — The City Hall of Tempe Wikipedia Commons Dishonorable mentions: The Century Link Tower and BMO Tower in Phoenix Arkansas — The John Paul Hammerschmidt Federal Building in Fayetteville Wikipedia Commons California — A KFC in Los Angeles Wikipedia Commons One reader who lives three blocks away said, "It’s ugly, but it gives our neighborhood flavor." Dishonorable mentions: The 8500 Melrose mini-mall in LA; the Ziggurat in Sacramento; the Naval Base in Coronado; Pinnacle Park in San Diego Colorado — The Denver International Airport Fly Denver Dishonorable mention: The Beauvallon Condos in Denver and the Denver Art Museum Connecticut — The Pirelli Building in New Haven Wikipedia Commons Dishonorable mentions: The Lazrus House at Connecticut College in New London; the Bridgeport Center in Bridgeport Delaware — Rollins Building Heliport in Wilmington YouTube/Screenshot District of Columbia — The Watergate complex Wikipedia Commons One reader called the complex "Washington, DC's white whale." Dishonorable mention: The Georgetown University Library Florida — The Majesty Building in Altamonte Springs Wikipedia Commons Locals call the Majesty Building the "I-4 eyesore." Dishonorable mentions: The Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee; the Wells Fargo Center in Jacksonville Georgia — The Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta Mercedes-Benz Stadium Hawaii — The Grand Waikikian Hotel in Honolulu Amoma Idaho — The Zions Bank Building in Boise Runstairs Illinois — The Thompson Center in Chicago Wikipedia Commons The building is "a point of contention for many Chicagoans," a reader said. Dishonorable mentions: The Northwestern University Library in Evanston; the Marina Towers in Chicago Indiana — The Hesburgh Library at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend Hesburgh Library Iowa — The English-Philosophy Building at the University of Iowa in Iowa City The University of Iowa Dishonorable mention: The Boyd Law Building at the University of Iowa College of Law in Iowa City Kansas — An old warehouse on 101 North Kansas Avenue in Topeka Google Street View/Screenshot Kentucky — The Kaden Tower in suburban Louisville Mapio.net Frank Lloyd Wright's protégé and son-in-law William Wesley Peters "gifted this monstrosity to Louisville," one reader said. Dishonorable mention: The Mercer Tower in Louisville Louisiana — The Health Sciences Center at Louisiana State University in Shreveport LSU Maine — The School of Law Building at the University of Maine in Orono The University of Maine It looks like a "deconstructed water tower. It literally even has the rusty ladder," said a reader. Maryland — The US Census Bureau in Suitland HKS Architects "The way CENSUS is written on it is VERY menacing. [There is] very bad energy coming from it," according to one reader. Massachusetts — Boston City Hall Wikipedia Commons "Do you think they purposefully tried to match the colors from the background-left buildings and the middleground? That's my only explanation for that color combination," said one reader. "Barf." Dishonorable mentions: Simmons Hall at MIT in Cambridge; the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield Michigan — The MotorCity Casino and Hotel in Detroit World Architecture Communtiy Dishonorable mentions: The Ypsilanti Water Tower in Ypsilanti; a warehouse on 909 Sheldon Road in Plymouth; the Cobo Center in Detroit Minnesota — The Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum in Minneapolis Flickr/Richie Diesterheft "This one causes disorientation," said a reader. Dishonorable mentions: The US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis; the Hennepin County Government Center in Minneapolis Mississippi — The Gold Strike Casino Resort in Robinsonville The Gold Strike Casino Resort Missouri — The St. Louis Compton Hill Water Tower Wikipedia Commons Montana — The First Interstate Center in Missoula CTA Group Nebraska — The Mutual of Omaha Building Wikipedia Commons Nevada — The Neonopolis in Las Vegas Steve Marcus/Las Vegas Weekly Dishonorable mention: The Veer Towers in Las Vegas New Hampshire — The former Department of Employment Security Building in Concord NHPR New Jersey — The American Dream Meadowlands Mall in East Rutherford NJ.com "I want to be at The American Dream's funeral," a reader said. Dishonorable mention: The Frank R. Lautenberg Rail Station in Secaucus New Mexico — The New Mexico State Capitol in Santa Fe Ken Lund/Flickr New York — A tie between 432 Park Avenue, Penn Station, and Madison Square Garden in New York City Madison Square Garden/Penn Station (top) and 432 Park Avenue (bottom) in NYCWikipedia Commons/432 Park Avenue One reader called Penn Station and Madison Square Garden "the armpits of New York City." "Penn Station is ugly on a transcendent level," said another. "I'm from a close suburb in New Jersey where we've always had beautiful skyline views. 432 Park ruined them completely," a reader said. Another said, "That building is my sworn enemy." Dishonorable mentions: the Buffalo City Courthouse; the Central Warehouse in Albany; the Stony Brook Hospital at Stony Brook University; Haven Hall at Syracuse University in Syracuse; Bradfield Hall at Cornell University in Ithaca North Carolina — The Biltmore Building in Asheville Rockhounding Around North Dakota — The North Dakota State Capitol Building in Bismarck Wikipedia Commons "The North Dakota State Capital Building in Bismarck is the least inspired building in America," a reader said. Ohio — The Longaberger headquarters in Newark Wikipedia Commons "It is abysmal," according to a reader. Dishonorable mentions: The Peter B. Lewis Building at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland; Caples Hall at Kenyon College in Gambier Oklahoma — The Weokie Credit Union in Oklahoma City Google Street View/Screenshot Oregon — The Portland Building in Portland Flickr/Camknows "Every Portlander's favorite example of a building to hate: The Portland Building," said one reader. Dishonorable mention: The Prince Lucien Campbell Hall at the University of Oregon in Eugene Pennsylvania — The Aramark Tower in Philadelphia Wikipedia Commons Dishonorable mentions: The GSB Building in Bala Cynwyd; Wesley W. Posvar Hall at the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh Rhode Island — The Apex Building in Pawtucket YouTube/Screenshot South Carolina — Holiday Inn Charleston-Riverview in Charleston Holiday Inn South Dakota — The Qwest Tower in Sioux Falls Wikipedia Commons Tennessee — The AT&T Building in Nashville Wikipedia Commons Texas — The Alamodome in San Antonio My San Antonio According to one reader, "There are so many reasons the Alamodome, in my hometown of San Antonio, is awful ... But most of all, it is deeply, inscrutably ugly, with four gigantic pillars hoisting up the domed roof and making the thing look like a dead armadillo." Dishonorable mention: The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts in San Antonio Utah — The Athletic Strength and Conditioning Center at Utah State University AJC Architects Vermont — Decker Towers in Burlington Burlington Housing Virginia — The Tycon office building in Vienna Tycon Courthouse Locals call it "the toilet bowl building," a reader said. Washington — The Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle Wikipedia Commons "This looks like the final project of a freshman architecture student," according to one reader. West Virginia — The Bank of Mullens Building in Mullens Google Street View/Screenshot Wisconsin — Van Vleck Hall at UW-Madison in Madison UW-Madison Dishonorable mention: The Humanities Building at UW-Madison in Madison Wyoming — The Dick Cheney Federal Building in Casper Wikipedia Commons http://www.businessinsider.com/ugliest-buildings-in-the-us-2018-1?utm_content=buffer4c8f8&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer-ti/#wyoming-the-dick-cheney-federal-building-in-casper-51 ¿Cual te parece el más feo, te pareció alguno lindo?, para mi el peor fue el que tiene forma de water
  2. Arqueólogos aseguran haber resuelto el gran misterio de las pirámides de Egipto Las pirámides egipcias son el elemento más distintivo de esta cultura que obtuvo un importante rol en la antigüedad. Este último tiempo, un grupo de arquéologos cree que logró resolver una de las preguntas más desconcertantes de la historia respecto a ellas: ¿cómo los egipcios lograron transportarlas? La Gran Pirámide de Giza, la más antigua de las siete maravillas del mundo y la única que aún perdura -además de ser la mayor de las pirámides de Egipto-, está construida por más de 170 mil toneladas de piedra caliza. Pensando en esta edificación, los arquéologos revelaron un mecanismo que los antiguos pobladores de Egipto usaron para llevar estos grandes materiales hasta la pirámide, resolviendo el misterio. Según contaron en un nuevo documental La Gran Pirámide de Egipto: La nueva evidencia trasmitido por la señal Canal 4, existían barcos construidos específicamente para transportar estas enormes piedras. Antes de esta teoría, se generó un desacuerdo entre los académicos respecto al transporte del material; sin embargo, esta idea fue calificada como muy lógica. El descubrimiento fue llevado a cabo por un grupo de arqueólogos que trabajan en el complejo de la pirámide de Giza (sitio arqueológico), lugar en el desenterraron un rollo de papiro, restos de un barco y una red de vías navegables, proporcionando nuevas pruebas que señalan cómo la más antigua de las siete maravillas del mundo antiguo fue construida. Pierre Tale, arqueólogo que pasó cuatro años minuciosamente descifrando el papiro escrito por un capataz que trabajó en la construcción de la pirámide, expresa en el documental que sospechan que este papiro es evidentemente el más antiguo del mundo y que les entregó la pista clave. El documento fue escrito aparentemente por un hombre llamado Merer que estaba a cargo de 40 marineros. Los arqueólogos descubrieron que miles de trabajadores capacitados utilizaban barcos para navegar por los canales, excavados a lo largo del río Nilo con el propósito de transportar la piedra caliza. Los barcos estaban sujetos por cuerdas gruesas y retorcidas, algunas de las cuales habían sobrevivido y se encontraban en buenas condiciones. Después de recoger los materiales, los trabajadores los llevaban a un puerto interior a pocos metros de la base de la pirámide. En total, alrededor de 2,3 millones de bloques de piedra fueron enviados por tierra a lo largo de dos décadas.
  3. Cada semana tendremos dos grandes exponentes de un género artístico enfrentándose, esta semana es el turno de la ARQUITECTURA, en esta oportunidad el duelo es de: LA ESTATUA DE LA LIBERTAD / Bartholdi - Eiffel - Hunt - Viollet le duc V / S LA TORRE EIFFEL/ Eiffel - Sauvestre Dos iconos archi conocidos de la arquitectura de todos los tiempos ¿Los conocías?, ¿ tú, cual prefieres?
  4. 29 Imágenes que demuestran que Barcelona es una ciudad bella. 1. Casa Vicens. 2. Palau de la Música Catalana. 3. Casa Batlló. 4. Catedral de Barcelona. 5. Gran Via, Fira de Barcelona. 6. Hotel Porta Fira. 7. La Casa Milà, también conocida como La Pedrera. 8. Azotea de la Casa Milà. 9. Casa Lleó i Morera. 10. Casa Amatller. 11. Ventana de la Casa Pérez Samanillo. 12. Parc Güell. 13. Torre Agbar. 14. Hospital de Sant Pau. 15. Edificio Gas Natural. 16. Palau Nacional. 17. Vista desde el Palau Nacional. 18. Edificio CMT. 19. Palau Güell. 20. Arc de Triomf. 21. La Sagrada Familia. 22. W Hotel. 23. Barcelona Pavilion. 24. Basílica de Santa María del Mar. 25. Casa Calvet. 26. L’edifici Fòrum. 27. Mercat de Santa Caterina. 28. Diagonal ZeroZero. 29. Camp Nou. F
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