The World’s Most Remote Buildings Will Surprise You

There are very few corners of the Earth that aren’t touched by man. Most construction is done in large urban areas, where the population is the most dense. But some buildings are put into remote areas where they serve specific purposes. The buildings featured in B1M’s video reporting on the world’s most remote buildings.

aerial view remote buildings in island

The video includes a lighthouse off the British coast, a fortress on the Silk Road between Europe and Asia, the Svalbard “Doomsday” global seed vault in the North Pole, the Halley VI Research Station in the Brunt Ice Shelf of Antarctica, the Sphinx Observatory in the Swiss Alps, and the Eso Hotel in the Atacama Desert of Chile. Each location is explored, providing information on the purpose of the building, and how the construction was achieved. Even those not interested in construction will marvel at the ingenuity used in building these far-flung locations. The different buildings are a testament to the unbreakable will of the human spirit.

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mountain view remote building

watch tower in water

island view worlds remote building