Very similar to the Eiffel tower in Paris the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao often apears suprisingly in between buildings or behind trees or a bridge. Each different perspective offers a new view that makes it almost seem like different buildings.
The Guggenheim museum designed by Frank Gehry was built in 1997 in Bilbao, Spain. The basque region of Spain had a high unemployment of 25%, was economically weak since the heavy industry used to be situated there was gone.
In an effort to revitalize the regional government spent $100 million to built the museum. Additionally a $50 million aquisition fund was created and the museum received a yearly subsidy.
The economic impact was great though: one million visitors a year spend around $250 million and generate tons of jobs …
Two night shots each from a completely different angle: