Architectural Structures From Mythologies

Mythology showcases historical architectural wonders, symbolizing cultural significance and creativity. From gods' homes to ancient civilizations, these legendary structures inspire imagination and provide insights into various cultures' values and beliefs.

Valhalla, a famous fortress in ancient Asgard, is a hall of the slain where Valkyries take those killed in combat. It features over 540 doors, golden shield ceilings, spear-made rafters, and benches made from breastplates. It is surrounded by Glasir and Labrador trees.

Valhalla (Norse Mythology)

Hellenic culture deems the Marvel of Mankind garden one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, built by a Neo-Babylonian king for his wife, who missed her homeland's greenery.

The Hanging Gardens of Babylon

The Crystal Cave, a mystical sanctuary in Mary Stewart's Arthurian novel, is where Merlin, a legendary wizard, discovers his magical abilities and uncovers his destiny's mysteries.

The Crystal Cave

Hastinapur, the capital city of the Kuru Kingdom, is a critical location in the Indian epic Mahabharata, believed to have been washed away from the Ganga River. Excavations reveal utensils, roads, and kitchens.

Palace of Hastinapur

The Palace of the Jade Emperor, a celestial masterpiece in Chinese mythology, is a heavenly court adorned with jade and pearls ruled by the Jade Emperor. The throne room in heaven houses rooms for recording human acts and creating heavenly goods, serving as a celestial beacon and symbolizing divine justice and order.

Palace of the Jade Emperor

The Tower of Babel is a biblical story from Judeo-Christian mythology, where humanity, after the Great Flood, built a city with a tower to symbolize unity. However, God confounded their language, leading to their dispersion and discord.

The Tower of Babel

The Pandavas lived in Varnavrat, a forest town, and avoided being assassinated in Lakshagraha, a palace built by Purochana. They escaped through underground passages and emerged near the Ganga river's banks. Varnavrat is now Barnava village.

House of Lacquer