European countries are known for fantastic architecture since the structures are full of history and artistic movements. However, the following cities are recommended for architecture and history lovers.
Zagreb is very famous for Gothic architecture between the mid-12th century and the 16th century, well-known for its masonry building with cavernous spaces, very high ceilings, pointed arches, and stained glass windows. Zagreb has a long history demonstrated in architecture and attraction often built in the 14th century.
You can find the best samples of Art Nouveau architecture in Vienna, which was most popular from the late 19th century to the early 20th century, made use of various materials such as iron, glass, and ceramics. Otto Wagner and Adolf Loos are among the most famous architectural structures in Austria.
Are you interested in Moorish architecture? Find the best samples, which developed in the western Islamic world for the first time. The Alhambra and the Palacio de Generalif are the best attractions you must see in this regard.
London is home to Tudor architecture, and many skyscrapers in this city are constructed based on Tudor style, mainly made of glass and steel. Half-timber buildings, leaded windows, and low arches are the main features of this style. Among the best samples, St James’ Palace in the heart of the city and Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge are highlighted.