Here are today's buildings
Drottningg. / Strömg. / Fredsg.
This building, located in Stockholm, Sweden, is divided into three larger sections. The section in the middle is called Sagerska palatset, Sager house, and is the official residence of the Prime Minister of Sweden. The east section is were The Ministry for Foreign Affairs resides since 1906. It ws designed by architect Erik Palmstedt and is called Arvfurstens palats, which means something like Heir Prince. The west section is more or less an office building. The Sager house was built around 1640 and Arfurstens palace in 1783-1794, with several reconctruction phases. - - - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arvfurstens_palats
- - - Model made by Stefan Larsson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Schiphol Tower West
Hochschule für Musik und Theater München (Führerbau)
Obelisk am Karolinenplatz
PLAZA DE ESPAÑA
Groene Toren, Den haag (The Hague)
OT Theatre Rotterdam
Opened in May 2004 in Lloydkwartier, Rotterdam, the new 180 seat theatre of the Onafhankelijk Toneel. The older buildings include the hall where the theatre used to perform. In their early years these were harbour buildings. The letters 'SVZ' on the dome refer to the 'Scheepvaart Vereniging Zuid', some sort of ship workers union.
Kaunas Castle (Kauno pilis)