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28.2.11

Uxmal, Giza, Rome, Paris, Vilnius, Sydney to NYC: a slideshow of pyramids, past to present

Some say the great ancient pyramids were made by aliens. Others believe they are mankind's greatest architectural feat. We find them awe-inspiring, either way.


Maya Pyramid of the Magician at Uxmal, Mexico:


photo via manunderstress


Pyramid of Khafre at Giza, Egypt:


photo via diapolical


Pyramid of Caius Cestius at Rome, Italy:


photo via antmoose


Pyramide du Louvre at Paris, France:


photo via RĂ©mi D-G


Pyramid of Light at Vilnius, Lithuania:


photo via spicpix


a greenhouse pyramid at Sydney, Australia:


photo via AntZ


Architect Bjarke Ingels scheme for West 57th Street and the West Side Highway, NYC:


photo via nymag.com, courtesy of Bjarke Ingels Group

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