stunnedIt’s been a while since I’ve written a piece on the REtipster Blog for no other reason than just pure fun.

I think it’s important to have fun every now and then… so this week, I wanted to show you a little collection of some CRAZY real estate pictures I’ve been pulling together for the past few months.

For one reason or another, each one of these pictures made me sit back and say “Wow” – and if you’re looking for something interesting to break up the monotony of the day, I’m willing to bet some of these will probably shock and amaze you too. Check these out and enjoy!

1. Can you tell which building is in front? Look Closely.

2. This is the view from the tallest residential building in the western hemisphere (click to enlarge).

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3. This is what Chicago looks like from 30,000 feet.

4. An interesting apartment building in Singapore.

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5. The Village of Gasadalur, Faroe Islands (click to enlarge).


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6. This building isn’t on fire. It’s the reflection of the sunset.

7. This apartment building in Turin holds 150 trees.

8. This is the world’s first “Sky Pool” in London.

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9. An old picture of the World Trade Center with the core exposed.

10. When you look up in Hong Kong, this is what you’ll see.




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11. This is Antarctica.

12. Farmland in Poland (taken with infrared photography).

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13. This 384 foot building in Switzerland is the world’s first highrise to be covered with evergreen trees.

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14. This is what New York City looks like, reflected on the side of a building.

15. Bangkok’s Tallest Skyscraper (with a fascinating design).

16. This is not concrete, it’s New Delhi (click to enlarge).

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17. This is a bird’s eye view of Barcelona, Spain.

18. This is the bathroom view from a $95 million penthouse in New York City.

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19. Apparently, the Leaning Tower of Pisa is empty inside.

20. A view of the Eiffel Tower from underneath.

21. This is a Residential Neighborhood in Killeen, Texas

22. The Woods in a Cabin.

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23. This is what Times Square looked like in 1903.

24. This church was built entirely from living trees (and it took the “builder” 4 years to grow).

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25. This is a hotel in Kakslauttanen, Finland.

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26. Dubai has changed a lot in 16 years…

27. …and for that matter, so has Singapore.

28. This is what Mexico City looks like from space.

29. This Japanese kindergarten was built around a tree.

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30. These Towers in Abu Dhabi have Shape-Shifting Shades.

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Do you know of any crazy buildings or real estate phenomena anywhere else in the world? Let us know about it in the comments below!

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Seth Williams is the Founder of REtipster.com - an online community that offers real-world guidance for real estate investors.

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