Weblog by Matthias Ripp and information about UNESCO World Heritage.
A picture gallery of cupolas, architecture, art, and picturesque landscapes from around the world. Also US state capitol building histories, wordplay, FAQ and Autocad links.
Images of a range of ancient and historic art and architecture from the collection of slides in the Jacques-Edouard Berger Foundation, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Galleries of photographs of European and North American architecture from Classical to Post-Modern, whole facades and details, with explanations, by Mary Ann Sullivan, Bluffton College, US.
Documents hundreds of buildings and leading architects across the world with 3D models, photographs and drawings, commentaries, biographies and bibliographies. Searchable.
Online images from the large collection of slides at the University of California at Berkeley. Can be searched by period, place, building name, personal name, subject type.
Images of buildings in Europe and America from prehistoric to 20th century by Prof. Jeffrey Howe of Boston College, USA.
A huge collection of images of architecture across the world, with an emphasis on the Mediterranean region, Australia and Japan, collated by Michael Greenhalgh of the Australian National University.
An introduction to world architecture produced by American teenagers through Think Quest. Images, discussion and bibliography for Egyptian, Chinese, Aztec, Mayan, Greek Roman and Gothic buildings.
A photographic guide to Egyptian, Greek, Islamic and Romanesque architecture, indexed by localities, subjects and periods.