Architecture Buildings in Famous Movies

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Some of the most famous architecture in movies drawn with ink on paper.

Angi is a company that defines itself as follows: “Honoring our evolution from a simple list of contractors to your home for everything in the home.”

They’ve compiled sketches from some of the world’s most iconic cinematic genres.

I’ll quickly include them below, as you can see more in the pictures.

The Lord of the Rings (The Hobbit and JRR Tolkien’s The Lord of The Rings. An earlier batch of the latter was recently made into a streaming series.) Game of Thrones (Which recently began exploring the times before the original series, in a prequel release.)

Harry Potter (Shops feature castles, huts, and a prison, they’re all there.) The Marvel Cinematic Universe (which has expanded in recent years, with more and more movies and superheroes populating that world). The Japanese animation powerhouse is Studio Ghibli. (Amazing movies with all kinds of fantasy buildings. Landlocked or landlocked). Finally Skyrim, the very popular role-playing video game.

So many memories are locked into each illustration below. If you are a fan, all you need to unlock it is just a peek.

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Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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star Wars.

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Harry Potter.

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Studio Ghibli.

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game of thrones.

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Skyrim – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a role-playing video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios.

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