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#Spring #Lente #Macon GA has the largest collection of Japanese Cherry Blossom…

#Spring #Lente #Macon GA has the largest collection of Japanese Cherry Blossom…

Japanese Cherry Blossom

Japanese Cherry Blossom

Probably the most beautiful macarons I've seen so far, need to make my own version of these!

Probably the most beautiful macarons I've seen so far, need to make my own version of these!

The perfect combination of Japan’s remarkable nature and ancient architecture. Located in Wakayama Prefecture, Higashimuro, the pagoda stands right beside Japans tallest waterfall (133 meters high or over 430ft).

The perfect combination of Japan’s remarkable nature and ancient architecture. Located in Wakayama Prefecture, Higashimuro, the pagoda stands right beside Japans tallest waterfall (133 meters high or over 430ft).

1 Anguk (Changdeokgung) (Autumn) – One of five former royal residences in downtown Seoul, Changdeok Palace is renowned for the way its structures balance with the natural landscape, a signature of traditional Korean architecture. After decades of development, the city is once again looking for ways to harmonise nature and urban living.

1 Anguk (Changdeokgung) (Autumn) – One of five former royal residences in downtown Seoul, Changdeok Palace is renowned for the way its structures balance with the natural landscape, a signature of traditional Korean architecture. After decades of development, the city is once again looking for ways to harmonise nature and urban living.

Japanese architecture by waterfall; Gojyu-no-Toh by Nach- no-Taki at Nachkatsura-cho,Wakayama Prefecture, Japan http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g1121355-d1385233-Reviews-Kumano_Nachi_Taisha-Nachikatsura_cho_Higashimuro_gun_Wakayama_Prefecture_Kinki.html

Japanese architecture by waterfall; Gojyu-no-Toh by Nach- no-Taki at Nachkatsura-cho,Wakayama Prefecture, Japan http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g1121355-d1385233-Reviews-Kumano_Nachi_Taisha-Nachikatsura_cho_Higashimuro_gun_Wakayama_Prefecture_Kinki.html

Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower, Tokyo, Japan 2008. Tange Associates. This building is the home to three educational institutions, the designer said the cocoon shape symbolizes the nurturing nature of the building. The chaotic, crisscross structure on the outer portion of the building contrasts nicely with the vertical and horizontal lines on the middle part of the structure.

Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower, Tokyo, Japan 2008. Tange Associates. This building is the home to three educational institutions, the designer said the cocoon shape symbolizes the nurturing nature of the building. The chaotic, crisscross structure on the outer portion of the building contrasts nicely with the vertical and horizontal lines on the middle part of the structure.

Tracing the Legacy of Zaha Hadid, Architecture’s Esteemed Anomaly

Tracing the Legacy of Zaha Hadid, Architecture’s Esteemed Anomaly

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most famous buildings in the world. Named after engineer Gustav Eiffel, the tower was built in 1889 and it’s the tallest building in Paris. The tower is 324 meters tall and it has three levels for visitors. The wrought iron structure weighs 7,300 tons and the entire structure reaches a weight of 10,000 tons. Originally, the first level contained two restaurants and a theatre.

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most famous buildings in the world. Named after engineer Gustav Eiffel, the tower was built in 1889 and it’s the tallest building in Paris. The tower is 324 meters tall and it has three levels for visitors. The wrought iron structure weighs 7,300 tons and the entire structure reaches a weight of 10,000 tons. Originally, the first level contained two restaurants and a theatre.