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When They Were Young – Iconic Buildings Under Construction – Part 2

  • Manhattan Bridge 1909
  • Manhattan Bridge
  • Transamerica Pyramid 1972
  • Transamerica Pyramid
  • Abraham Lincoln Statue Installation in the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C., 1920
  • OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
    OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
  • Neuschwanstein Castle - Germany c1886
  • Hotel Vancouver 1931
  • Hotel Vancouver
  • Chrysler Building 1929
  • Chrysler Building
  • Willis Tower 1973
  • Willis Tower
  • United States Capitol Building 1861
  • United States Capitol Building
  • Calgary Tower 1967
  • Calgary Tower
  • Theme Building 1960
  • Theme-Building
  • Olympic Stadium 1970s
  • Olympic Stadium
  • Burj Khalifa 2008
  • Burj Khalifa
  • The Washington Monument 1869
  • The Washington Monument
  • One Times Square 1903
  • One Times Square
  • Los Angeles City Hall 1927
  • Los Angeles City Hall
  • Caesars Palace 1965
  • Caesars Palace
  • St.Ignatius Church 1914
  • Saint Ignatius Church
  • Bank of China 1988
  • Bank of China
  • Gateway Arch 1965
  • Gateway Arch
  • Marina Bay 2008
  • Marina Bay Sands

Some buildings are so iconic you instantly recognize them when you don’t even see the whole structure. Now, it’s nearly impossible to imagine cities without them. But have you ever imagined how they looked like when they were built? Here’s our second part of the Iconic Buildings Under Construction collection. Check it out below.

1. The Manhattan Bridge – New York City, New York, USA (1909 and now)

Manhattan Bridge 1909

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Manhattan Bridge

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2. Transamerica Pyramid – San Francisco, California, USA (1972 and now)

Transamerica Pyramid 1972

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Transamerica Pyramid

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3. Abraham Lincoln Statue Installation in the Lincoln Memorial – Washington, D.C., USA (1920 and now)

Abraham Lincoln Statue Installation in the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C., 1920

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4. Neuschwanstein Castle – Germany (c. 1886 and now)

Neuschwanstein Castle - Germany c1886

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Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

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5. Hotel Vancouver – Vancouver, Canada (1931 and now)

Hotel Vancouver 1931

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Hotel Vancouver

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6. Chrysler Building – New York City, New York, USA (1929 and now)

Chrysler Building 1929

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Chrysler Building

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7. Willis Tower (also known as Sears Tower) – Chicago, Illinois, USA (1973 and now)

Willis Tower 1973

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Willis Tower

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8. United States Capitol Building – Washington, D.C., USA (1861 and now)

United States Capitol Building 1861

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United States Capitol Building

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9.  Calgary Tower – Calgary, Canada (1967 and now)

Calgary Tower 1967

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Calgary Tower

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10. LAX Theme Building – Los Angeles, California, USA (1960 and now)

Theme Building 1960

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Theme-Building

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