8 most beautiful buildings you have to see to believe in a post-pandemic future

Whether you’re an architect or just someone who appreciates well-designed spaces, it’s definitely worth visiting remarkable structures such as the St Basil’s Cathedral in Russia. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Every building, no matter how small or big, has a story to tell. That’s the school of thought that Junaid Ibrahim subscribes to – and one that has led him to travel in pursuit of interesting architecture.

“Each architecture has its own set of stories that are worth telling. As someone who appreciates art and history, I am willing to travel to see beautiful architecture because I will be able to learn more about the local history, ” says Junaid, 25, who lives in Kuala Lumpur.

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