World's eight most famous buildings : Stock Illustration
World's eight most famous buildings : Stock Illustration

World's eight most famous buildings

Credit: Bruno Muff
Creative #: sb10063205a-001
From left to right: Empire State Building (New York, USA), Taipei 101 Tower (Taipei, Taiwan), Eiffel Tower (Paris, France), CN Tower (Toronto, Canada), Shanghai World Financial Centre (Shanghai, China), Burj Dubai (Dubai, UAE, construction to be completed in 2009), Guangzhou TV and Sightseeing Tower (Guangzhou, China, construction to be completed in 2009), and Freedom Tower (New York, USA, construction to be completed in 2011).

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Collection: Photographer's Choice RF
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