The importance of European architecture is marked by history in its art and culture. With each part of the continent flaunting wonders of its own, we are dazzled by likes of Parthenon, Roman Colosseum, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Arc de Trimph and the Chain Bridge to name a few! With so many underrated architectural gems in this part of the world, there’s no lack of historic constructions which tell a story of their own. Get ready to show your favourite architecture in Europe in our latest ‘European Architecture’ Photo Challenge!
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CoinaPhoto user: Jasmina Zaborski
Photo: Myzeil Interior
Location: Frankfurt, Germany
- Rumaisa, member of Team CoinaPhoto
- Lilia, member of Team CoinaPhoto
"MyZeil is a shopping centre designed by a Roman architect in Frankfurt, which is a unique creation showcasing modernity in the centre of Europe. The curved glass, light reflecting panels and state of the art shape make this architecutural wonder stand out. Beautifully executed shot!" - Rumaisa
Other entries that won us over:
Photographer: Pocholo Calapre
Location: Nice, France
"Taking an aerial shot of Nice does justice to the city's nickname 'Nissa la bella' (Nice the Beautiful). We can see the diversity of this colourful city in its architecture, the bright blue Mediterranean sea, the greenery in the background and last but not least the centre piece: the iconic Promenade des Anglais." - Lilia
Photo: Antwerp Central Station
Photographer: Sem Viersen
Location: Antwerp, Belgium
"Constructed well over a century ago, Antwerp Central Station is a building which boasts national history. It comes as no surprise at Antwerp Central Station has been crowned one of the greatest railway stations by international publications. This photo does justice to its structure by displaying the historic interior which has stood the test of time." - Rumaisa