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Dan Cruickshank's Adventures in Architecture

Dan Cruickshank's Adventures in Architecture is a BBC series first aired on BBC Two in April 2008 in which British architectural historian Dan Cruickshank travels around the world visiting what he considers to be the world's most unusual and interesting buildings, structures and sites. In Australia, the programme was broadcast on ABC1 from 28 May 2009.

Country Site Image Country Site Image
Episode 1 - Beauty Episode 2 - Death
Greenland Igloo Egypt Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut
China Leshan Giant Buddha Czech Republic Sedlec Ossuary
Russia Catherine Palace Guatemala Yaxha
India Konark Sun Temple Italy Cimitero monumentale di Staglieno
France Albi Cathedral India Varanasi
Episode 3 - Paradise Episode 4 - Disaster
Egypt St Catherine's Monastery Germany Dresden
China Hanging Monastery of Heng Shan Syria Palmyra
Turkey Süleymaniye Mosque United States San Francisco earthquake defences
Russia Kizhi Afghanistan Minaret of Jam
India Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple
Episode 5 - Connections Episode 6 - Power
Brazil Brasília Romania Palace of the Parliament 100px
Syria Damascus 100px Syria Marqab Castle
United States Rockefeller Center United States Evergreen Plantation
India Dharavi Turkey Topkapı Harem
Kazakhstan Astana
Episode 7 - Dreams Episode 8 - Pleasure
Yemen Shibam India Taj Mahal Palace
Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Germany Neuschwanstein
United States Eastern State Penitentiary Italy Pompeii
Bhutan Thimphu Brazil Teatro Amazonas
Italy Villa Barbaro

Companion book

External links

  • BBC Programmes

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