The abandoned Selma mansion. Selma is a historic property and former plantation in Loudoun County, Virginia, near Leesburg. Selma is best known as the residence of Armistead Thomson Mason, a U. Senator from Virginia from 1816 through 1817
Empire State Building - Manhattan, New York City, USA, the Art Deco skyscraper is New York's most popular landmark and a symbol for the American way of life, rose during the Great Depression to the then tallest building in the world
Lotus Temple, New Delhi, India. Built in the temple is a Bahai house of worship. The building has a nine sided circular shape, as required by Bahai faith. The architect of the temple is Iranian-American Fariborz Sahba.