Robert Harding

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1226-585 - Financial district skyscrapers, including 30 St. Mary Axe, known as the Gherkin and the Leadenhall Building known as the Cheesegrater, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe
1225-326 - Vew of London skyline and the River Thames from the top of Centre Point tower across to the The Shard, The Gerkin, Tate Modern and Tower Bridge, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe
1176-427 - City of London skyline showing the Cheesegrater by architect Richard Rogers,, Gherkin by architect Norman Foster, and Walkie Talkie by architect Vinoly, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe
797-12021 - Germany, Berlin, Exterior front view of the Reichstag building which is the seat of the German Parliament designed by Paul Wallot 1884-1894 with glass dome by Sir Norman Foster added during later reconstruction.
698-2402 - Facade and columns of the Reichstag parliament building bearing the dedication Dem Deutschen Volke (To the German People) reconstructed by Sir Norman Foster between 1994 and 1999, Berlin, Germany, Europe
698-2393 - Visitors walk up a spiralling ramp around the cone shaped funnel in the dome cupola, which has 360 glass mirrors reflecting light into the Plenary chamber of the Reichstag building, designed by Sir Norman Foster, Berlin, Germany, Europe
698-2392 - Tourists on the roof terrace of the famous Reichstag Parliament Building reconstructed by architect Sir Norman Foster between 1994 and 1999 with its famous glass cupola, Berlin, Germany, Europe
698-2386 - Visitors walk up a spiral ramp around the cone shaped funnel in the dome cupola, which has 360 glass mirrors reflecting light into the Plenary chamber of the Reichstag building, designed by Sir Norman Foster, Berlin, Germany, Europe
698-2385 - The cone shaped funnel in the dome cupola has 360 glass mirrors reflecting light into the Plenary chamber of the Reichstag building, designed by Sir Norman Foster, Berlin, Germany, Europe
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