Top 3 Architectural Marvels of Adelaide, Australia

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The skyline of Adelaide is set to transform in the upcoming few years since many imposing high-rises are being built in this city. You don’t have to wait for them to be finished to be impressed by the architecture of this Australian city since it’s already home to quite a few stunning buildings.

d’Arenberg Cube

If there’s one modern building in Adelaide that even the tall skyscrapers won’t be able to compete with, it’s definitely d’Arenberg Cube. This five-story building is located within the d’Arenberg vineyards, and it’ll take your breath away with its glass walls and unusual shape that’s reminiscent of a large Rubik’s Cube.

St Peter’s Cathedral

If you’re not a huge fan of modern architecture and prefer buildings with a classic feel, this cathedral deserves a spot on your travel itinerary. This neo-Gothic building has been around since the 19th century and it’ll take your breath away with its amazing design, reminiscent of the Cathedral of Notre Dame and the Church of St Jean-Baptiste de Belleville in Paris.

Realm Adelaide

At 132 meters in height and 40 floors, Realm Adelaide is one of the tallest skyscrapers in the entire city. You won’t have trouble spotting it while exploring Adelaide thanks to its close proximity to many of the city’s hot spots, such as Rundle Mall and the Art Gallery of South Australia.