That is a very impressive entrance!
This is just beautiful! Nice to see Calatrava making something without "strings."
Calatrava at his best!
Wow! What an amazing structure. I love all the glass and metal. Beautiful!
Boa tarde, Fantástica esta perspectiva!Cumprimentos
What an amazing structure indeed! Wow! That is awesome, JM! Terrific capture as always! I wouldn't mind waiting around for a train or subway in a place like that! Enjoy your evening!Sylvia
superbe ! :)
It's a terrific example of modern architecture!
wow que lugar surreal!Super moderno e sua foto ficou linda!Léia
I really enjoy the lines in the roof, they are really cool!
Wonderful! Sometimes even Calatrava get it right...
I'm in awe! What a beautiful, intricate maze that forms into one glorious whole! Very creative and I like your photo a lot because it portrays the symmetry which helps make this such a beautiful structure!Re your comment on Ocala: I hate these "buy gold" places with a passion. They are nothing more than scams. Sadly, I've seen of our more "respected" jewelry stores with "buy gold" signs in their windows!
superbe photo, tres graphique et moderne
What an amazing design! I love it.
Where would trains from Paris arrive? :-)) Gorgeous.
JM, even though my architectural tastes are traditional, I LOVE this modern entrance, and I LOVE the way you carefully lined it up to emphasize the symmetry. Outstanding! and Outstanding!
Beautiful! One of the most lovely places in Toronto (Brookfield Place) has a galleria designed by Calatrava - love his work.
Magnificent Architecture !
It looks like it is alive. Hope it doesn't gobble up the passengers.
Love the design!
Wonderful shot of this lovely architecture!
What an amazing structure.
This is very impressive picture!
If you're going to go modern, it might as well be interesting. There's a quality about lines and glass that can't be beat.
Un cadrage parfait pour une merveilleuse structure! Bravo!
Fabulous architecture, and a great shot!
Uma arquitetura bem diferente, em estrutura metálica. Tem sua graça.
Your stations are worthy of a blog in their own right. That's amazing. I'm going backwards here, catching up with your posts - and it just looks like those turtles!
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