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The 20 Most Impressive Wooden Structures in the World

The Metropol Parasol, Spain

Part work of art and part community structure, the Metropol Parasol in La Encarnacion Square in Seville, Spain, can make a case to be the world’s largest wooden structure. It was designed by German architect Jurgen Mayer-Hermann, whose inspiration for the form came from nearby ficus trees and the Cathedral of Seville. The four-story whimsical flow of the structure covers more than 136,000 square feet, towering over a bar, restaurant, and museum.


The 20 Most Impressive Wooden Structures in the World

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