The sights of the United States are so diverse that you can see the nearby Catholic cathedrals and Buddhist temples. When the colonization of America by European countries began in the 17th century, the British, French, Spaniards and Dutch brought their architectural traditions. Two centuries later, Japanese and Indian immigrants came here in search of work on plantations. Today, photos of the United States are full of ultra modern skyscrapers to medieval castles and rock palaces.
The Capitol is Washington's most recognizable building that has become a symbol of the American people. An impressive example of neoclassical architecture houses the huge halls of Congress, offices and museums.
The temple was built in 1968 and is an absolute copy of the famous Japanese temple of the same name in Kyoto.
There are several Japanese temples in the Hawaiian Islands, but Jodo-shu is one of the most beautiful sights of Maui.
“Va” means harmony, and “Hin” means prosperity. You will see the outline of these characters throughout the temple.
The medieval Italian castle, built by a modern winemaker in California, has gained popularity among wine tourism lovers.
The Orthodox monastery of the Holy Cross serves Orthodox Christians with Slavic roots who wish to receive a blessing for weddings, christenings and other events.
In the Verde Valley, there is a monument called Montezuma Castle. Although it has nothing to do with castles or the emperor Montezuma, it was declared a national monument of the United States.
The eccentric castle of stone, iron and stained glass, built by Jim Bishop without anyone's help, is the largest building in America, created by one person.
The Rock Palace is the ancient home of the Indians with more than 150 buildings, which are called the first apartment buildings in America. The complex has been well preserved for 700 years and entered by UNESCO.
It was reconstructed according to the original drawings of the temple, built by the Mormons in 1840 and destroyed by fire in 1848.
The oldest existing monastery in the United States, founded by the Roman Catholic Cistercian Order of strict observance, is known for the manufacture of unique cheeses, pastries and bourbon.
The worship house of the 21st century was built in honor of the 2000th anniversary of the birth of Christ as a tribute to the tradition of the sacred light, which gives contemporaries a sense of comfort, spiritual renewal and estrangement from the secular world.
There is only one character that comes to mind when you think of Disneyland - this is Cinderella's Castle. Indeed, there is something magical in a beautiful building towering in the center of the Magic Kingdom.
Fort Ross is a fortress of Russian colonialists on the west coast of California, who settled here in the 19th century for fishing and fur trade. Today, the Russian fort is a national monument of the historical park of California.
The first temple was built by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Kirtland, Ohio, in 1836.
The largest international Buddhist monastic community in the United States, founded by the President of the Buddhist Association, Master Xuan Hua, to spread the teachings of the Buddha around the world.
Independence Hall (Independence Hall) - the most ambitious public building of its time, which became a symbol of the nation after the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution.
The Rotunda is the architectural heart of the university’s academic village, considered one of the best in America. The symbol of the city of Charlottesville, the rotunda is listed by UNESCO
Monticello Palace is the estate of Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States, which he built on his own project, which became a museum of his amazing inventions.