Architectural Landmarks by Clue

Based on the clues, try to name these buildings famous for their architecture.
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Last updated: September 17, 2019
First submittedSeptember 17, 2019
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This iconic Frank Lloyd Wright work is a house built over a waterfall
A famous Art Deco building, it was the world's tallest before the Empire State
Chrysler Building
This iconic concert hall designed by Jørn Utzon brought massive income to Australia
Sydney Opera House
Arguably India's most iconic tourist attraction, it is a white stone mausoleum
Taj Mahal
This titanium-clad museum by Frank Gehry was made to expand upon one in New York
Guggenheim Bilbao
An icon of St. Louis symbolizing the West, it is Eero Saarinen's most famous work
Gateway Arch
This place of worship in Delhi is the most visited Baha'i temple in the world
Lotus Temple
As Renzo Piano's most famous work, it is the tallest skyscraper in London and the EU
The Shard
It is one of the largest churches, and the most famous landmark of Vatican City
St. Peter's Basilica
This French villa is one famous work of Le Corbusier and in the International Style
Villa Savoye
As one of the most famous skyscrapers, in 2009 it became the world's tallest
Burj Khalifa
This art museum is famous for the Mona Lisa and a glass pyramid by I.M. Pei
It is an iconic high-tech style seat of local government by Norman Foster
London City Hall
It is an early New York high-rise, known for being on a sharp street corner
Flatiron Building
This famous temple in Athens is one of the most known Classical buildings
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