Winter brings one of the most beautiful landscape setters ever: snow. These architectural masterpieces are already worth seeing, but snow-covered are even more spectacular. Don’t miss this article and get to know the most beautiful snow-covered architecture worldwide.
Neuschwanstein Castle, Schwangau, Germany
The Duomo, Florence, Italy
The White House, Washington, D.C.
It’s like a little touch of magic by a light dusting of snow that makes everything a little more beautiful. Even some of the most incredible architecture in the world gets a new life when covered with snow.
The Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey
As winter gets into full swing and the flakes begin to fall, we’re visiting snow-covered sites across the globe, from Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House, in Plano, Illinois, to the Jiankou section of the Great Wall of China in Beijing.
Please have a seat and get to see how historic and contemporary architecture is transformed by the elements into peaceful winter wonderlands. These stunning spots may make you want to plan an escape to a place where the weather forecast is calling for snow.
Château de Versailles, France
Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster, London
Musée du Louvre and I. M. Pei’s Pyramide du Louvre, Paris
Great Wall of China, Jiankou section, Beijing
Trevi Fountain, Rome
Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow
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