archatlas:

Seven Sisters
"The so-called “Seven Sisters” are seven buildings which became the first Soviet skyscrapers in the time of Stalin. For a long period of time they remained the highest buildings in Europe. Initially they planned to build eight of them, they even made a stylobate in Zaryadye, but finally they constructed the “Rossiya” hotel on it. Today, there are seven “skyscrapers of Stalin”: Moscow State University on the Vorobyovy Hills, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, two residential ones, and two hotels – “Ukraine” (Radisson Royal) and “Leningrad” (Hilton Leningradskaya). Stars are only on six of them because the spire of the building accommodating the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was too fragile to hold a star. They are all different and made from different materials. " [via]
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archatlas:

Seven Sisters
"The so-called “Seven Sisters” are seven buildings which became the first Soviet skyscrapers in the time of Stalin. For a long period of time they remained the highest buildings in Europe. Initially they planned to build eight of them, they even made a stylobate in Zaryadye, but finally they constructed the “Rossiya” hotel on it. Today, there are seven “skyscrapers of Stalin”: Moscow State University on the Vorobyovy Hills, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, two residential ones, and two hotels – “Ukraine” (Radisson Royal) and “Leningrad” (Hilton Leningradskaya). Stars are only on six of them because the spire of the building accommodating the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was too fragile to hold a star. They are all different and made from different materials. " [via]
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archatlas:

Seven Sisters
"The so-called “Seven Sisters” are seven buildings which became the first Soviet skyscrapers in the time of Stalin. For a long period of time they remained the highest buildings in Europe. Initially they planned to build eight of them, they even made a stylobate in Zaryadye, but finally they constructed the “Rossiya” hotel on it. Today, there are seven “skyscrapers of Stalin”: Moscow State University on the Vorobyovy Hills, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, two residential ones, and two hotels – “Ukraine” (Radisson Royal) and “Leningrad” (Hilton Leningradskaya). Stars are only on six of them because the spire of the building accommodating the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was too fragile to hold a star. They are all different and made from different materials. " [via]
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archatlas:

Seven Sisters
"The so-called “Seven Sisters” are seven buildings which became the first Soviet skyscrapers in the time of Stalin. For a long period of time they remained the highest buildings in Europe. Initially they planned to build eight of them, they even made a stylobate in Zaryadye, but finally they constructed the “Rossiya” hotel on it. Today, there are seven “skyscrapers of Stalin”: Moscow State University on the Vorobyovy Hills, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, two residential ones, and two hotels – “Ukraine” (Radisson Royal) and “Leningrad” (Hilton Leningradskaya). Stars are only on six of them because the spire of the building accommodating the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was too fragile to hold a star. They are all different and made from different materials. " [via]
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archatlas:

Seven Sisters
"The so-called “Seven Sisters” are seven buildings which became the first Soviet skyscrapers in the time of Stalin. For a long period of time they remained the highest buildings in Europe. Initially they planned to build eight of them, they even made a stylobate in Zaryadye, but finally they constructed the “Rossiya” hotel on it. Today, there are seven “skyscrapers of Stalin”: Moscow State University on the Vorobyovy Hills, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, two residential ones, and two hotels – “Ukraine” (Radisson Royal) and “Leningrad” (Hilton Leningradskaya). Stars are only on six of them because the spire of the building accommodating the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was too fragile to hold a star. They are all different and made from different materials. " [via]
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archatlas:

Seven Sisters
"The so-called “Seven Sisters” are seven buildings which became the first Soviet skyscrapers in the time of Stalin. For a long period of time they remained the highest buildings in Europe. Initially they planned to build eight of them, they even made a stylobate in Zaryadye, but finally they constructed the “Rossiya” hotel on it. Today, there are seven “skyscrapers of Stalin”: Moscow State University on the Vorobyovy Hills, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, two residential ones, and two hotels – “Ukraine” (Radisson Royal) and “Leningrad” (Hilton Leningradskaya). Stars are only on six of them because the spire of the building accommodating the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was too fragile to hold a star. They are all different and made from different materials. " [via]
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archatlas:

Seven Sisters
"The so-called “Seven Sisters” are seven buildings which became the first Soviet skyscrapers in the time of Stalin. For a long period of time they remained the highest buildings in Europe. Initially they planned to build eight of them, they even made a stylobate in Zaryadye, but finally they constructed the “Rossiya” hotel on it. Today, there are seven “skyscrapers of Stalin”: Moscow State University on the Vorobyovy Hills, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, two residential ones, and two hotels – “Ukraine” (Radisson Royal) and “Leningrad” (Hilton Leningradskaya). Stars are only on six of them because the spire of the building accommodating the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was too fragile to hold a star. They are all different and made from different materials. " [via]
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archatlas:

Seven Sisters

"The so-called “Seven Sisters” are seven buildings which became the first Soviet skyscrapers in the time of Stalin. For a long period of time they remained the highest buildings in Europe. Initially they planned to build eight of them, they even made a stylobate in Zaryadye, but finally they constructed the “Rossiya” hotel on it. Today, there are seven “skyscrapers of Stalin”: Moscow State University on the Vorobyovy Hills, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, two residential ones, and two hotels – “Ukraine” (Radisson Royal) and “Leningrad” (Hilton Leningradskaya). Stars are only on six of them because the spire of the building accommodating the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was too fragile to hold a star. They are all different and made from different materials. " [via]

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A San Francisco Stopover
Today marks the beginning of Labor Day weekend, the symbolic end of summer in the United States. Travel hubs like San Francisco International Airport will see thousands of passengers arrive and depart as they make the most of the weather. The SOM-designed International Terminal at SFO represented a watershed moment in the integration of structural and architectural design. Learn more
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skidmoreowingsmerrill:

A San Francisco Stopover
Today marks the beginning of Labor Day weekend, the symbolic end of summer in the United States. Travel hubs like San Francisco International Airport will see thousands of passengers arrive and depart as they make the most of the weather. The SOM-designed International Terminal at SFO represented a watershed moment in the integration of structural and architectural design. Learn more
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skidmoreowingsmerrill:

A San Francisco Stopover
Today marks the beginning of Labor Day weekend, the symbolic end of summer in the United States. Travel hubs like San Francisco International Airport will see thousands of passengers arrive and depart as they make the most of the weather. The SOM-designed International Terminal at SFO represented a watershed moment in the integration of structural and architectural design. Learn more
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skidmoreowingsmerrill:

A San Francisco Stopover
Today marks the beginning of Labor Day weekend, the symbolic end of summer in the United States. Travel hubs like San Francisco International Airport will see thousands of passengers arrive and depart as they make the most of the weather. The SOM-designed International Terminal at SFO represented a watershed moment in the integration of structural and architectural design. Learn more
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skidmoreowingsmerrill:

A San Francisco Stopover

Today marks the beginning of Labor Day weekend, the symbolic end of summer in the United States. Travel hubs like San Francisco International Airport will see thousands of passengers arrive and depart as they make the most of the weather. The SOM-designed International Terminal at SFO represented a watershed moment in the integration of structural and architectural design. Learn more