Evil-Looking Buildings

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    What’s a supervillain without his/her lair? What would Loki be without Asgard, Magneto without his orbital base, and Doctor Doom without Latveria?!

    These diabolical characters require uniquely wicked havens as they attempt to destroy mankind. While we know comic book villains don’t exist in real life, it doesn’t mean we can’t build awesomely creative buildings that look as though they were made to house some of the evilest villains around.

    From a dancing house in Prague to a train station in Lyon to a congress center in Hangzhou, and a research institute in Berlin each of these architectural wonders is impeccable.

    1. Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, USA

    2. Buzludzha, Bulgaria

    3. Mahanakhon Tower, Bangkok, Thailand

    4. Polygone Riviera, France

    5. Riverside Museum, Glasgow, UK

    6. Former Research Institute For Experimental Medicine, Berlin, Germany

    7. Fort Alexander (Plague Fort), Saint Petersburg, Russia

    8. Catholic Church, Paks, Hungary

    9. Bahnhof Office Built Into A Former Anti-Atomic Shelter, Stockholm, Sweden

    10. Maison St Cyr, Brussels, Belgium

    11. Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral, Clermont-Ferrand, France

    12. Dc Tower I, Vienna, Austria
    13. The National Library Of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus

    14.  Expiatori Del Sagrat Cor, Mount Tibidabo, Barcelona, Spain

    15. Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík, Iceland

    16. The Maze Tower, Dubai, UAE

    17. Temppeliaukion Church, Helsinki, Finland#18 Oakley Headquarters, Foothill Ranch, Lake Forest, USA

    18. Oakley Headquarters, Foothill Ranch, Lake Forest, USA

    19. Basque Health Department Headquarters In Bilbao, Spain

    20. Aiguille Du Midi, French Alps

    21. Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi, UAE

    22. Taipei 101 Observatory, Taipei City, Taiwan

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