8 Architectural Guinness World Records

Guinness world records is something that attracts every one of us. From the world’s tallest house of cards to the largest Pok√®mon memorabilia collection, the Guinness World Records is famous for its list of large, small, and at times just plain strange superlatives.

Hidden within the continually growing list in both number and eccentricity lies a batch of buildings bestowed with the Guinness recognition, due to their outstanding heights, ancient age, eccentricity and other unusual features.

The Guinness World Records are updated each year but some records don’t change easily. Here is a short tour through the wonders of world architecture recognised by Guinness for their record shattering characteristics.

-Princess tower, Dubai, UAE
-The palace of parliament, Bucharest, Romania
-Solar valley, Dezhou, China
-The Grand Mosque, Djenne, Mali
– Horyu ji Temple, Nara, Japan
-The Royal Clock tower, Makkah, Saudia Arabia
– Capital Gate, Abu Dhabi, UAE
– Burj Khalifa, Dubai, UAE

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