5. Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain
Guggenheim museum in Bilbao city of Spain is a groundbreaking modern architectural marvel. The museum was officially opened in October 1997. It was designed by famous American-Canadian architect Frank Gehry. The museum features a series of interconnected buildings and known for its titanium curves and glass designs.
The random curves of Guggenheim museum are made of titanium. It is the most impressive attraction of the museum. These curves reflect the light and gives a stunning look to the museum. Out of 24000 square meters the 11000 square meters of the museum are dedicated to exhibition space. The exhibition space contains 19 galleries in total. Upon them 10 galleries have an irregular shape and nine have spectacular stone designs.