Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Known locally as "the pregnant oyster," this center for the arts was a gift from the US to Berlin in 1957.
This little vintage building sits peacefully in Rainbow, Australia (how cool is that name?!) Rainbow, named after a nearby sand dune that was covered in colorful wildflowers, is well known for serving the wheat farming community. Old silos are still scattered throughout the town, serving as a reminder of the town’s grainy history.
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