Located on Bennelong Point in Sydney, Australia, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is easily recognized by its one-of-a-kind design. Although initially expected to cost $7 million and take four years to build, it took $104 million and 14 years to construct.
1. Sydney Opera House: The Most Recognizable in the World
3.Metropolitan Opera House: The Largest in the World
Originally built in 1883 by one of New York’s millionaires, Faust was the first opera ever performed on its stage. Later, the decision was made to move it to a new location, and a much larger, grander opera house was constructed.