The 2017 billboard awards have been announced, and there’s plenty of great work on display for you to enjoy.
Here’s our rundown of the best and most memorable billboards this year.1.
The Big Ben (West End, London)The Big Ben is the world’s biggest, tallest and most famous building, with over 40,000 people inside, but its a landmark that doesn’t get the recognition it deserves.
The iconic building was commissioned in 1874 by Sir Edward VII as a home for his children.
It was designed by Sir John Hawkins and constructed of granite and iron, and stood until 1923 when it was dismantled and replaced by a new skyscraper.
The iconic landmark still stands on its own as the tallest building in the world.
The Big Bang Theory star Jon Hamm has been featured on the billboard in the past, with the billboard for his upcoming episode featuring an image of him dressed as a Big Bang theory character.2.
Astrid Lindgren (Livonia, Michigan)The Astrids family lived in Livonia for many years and are currently a couple.
The Astriders bought the building in 1926 and were known as the first real estate family to own a home in Livonian.
They also have a very well-known billboard for their home.
Astrid’s wife Astrida also works as a sign painter and the couple has also appeared on billboards.3.
The White House (Washington, DC)The White House is a massive office building that sits at the center of downtown Washington, DC.
The building has an impressive number of skyscrapers, but is most famous for its iconic dome, which is the tallest and longest in the country.
It is also the oldest continuously occupied building in America.
A banner with the White House on it was installed in 1926, and it is now the largest and most recognizable landmark in the US.4.
The Great Wall of China (Guangzhou, Guangdong)The Great Wall, also known as Yixing or Great Wall for short, is the largest continuous structure in China.
Built in the 11th century, the Great Wall is the biggest concrete structure in the Western world.
It spans more than 4,000 kilometres (2,000 miles) and is more than 40 times the size of the Empire State Building in New York.
The walls were built on an ancient and beautiful river, which the Chinese call Yixi.
The wall is also one of the largest man-made structures in the entire world.5.
The Taj Mahal (Pune, Maharashtra)The Taj Maha is one of India’s most historic structures.
It has stood for centuries in Pune, India.
It dates back to the 13th century and was the first of its kind in the Indian subcontinent.
The complex, which was constructed to house the royal family of India, is known for its impressive architecture and the famous elephant sculptures.6.
The Colosseum (Munich, Germany)The Colosselum, or Colosco Tower, is one the tallest structures in Europe.
It stands at 539 metres (2.2 miles) high and is considered the world-famous tallest building.
It once held the world record for the highest vertical height, and was one of Europe’s most important monuments until it was destroyed in World War II.7.
The Statue of Liberty (New York City)The Statue of Freedom stands at the heart of New York City, the world headquarters of the United States.
The statue was designed in 1878 and is currently the tallest in the United Kingdom.8.
The Shard (London, England)The Shard is one a giant skyscraper built on a greenfield site in London’s Docklands district.
The tower was commissioned by British Prime Minister Arthur Scargill in 1896, and in 1957, it became the tallest skyscraper in the British capital.9.
The Grand Central Terminal (New Jersey)The Grand Central terminal in Newark, New Jersey is a major hub for international trade, with thousands of workers and cargo moving through the terminal each day.
It’s the world capital of logistics and logistics hubs, with major terminals in Dubai and Frankfurt.10.
The Eiffel Tower (Paris, France)The Eiffels Tower is a skyscraper that stands in the heart.
The tallest building on Earth at the height of 561 metres (1,000 feet), the Eiffeleits Tower is also Europe’s tallest building, and its the tallest structure in France.
The name comes from the name of the French river, the Arno, which in turn, comes from Eiffle, a river that flows through the Eifel Tower.11.
The World Trade Centre (New Delhi, India)The World Trade Center is the second-tallest building in India, after the World Trade Towers.
The city of Delhi, which hosts the headquarters of Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries, constructed the structure