This might just be my opinion but they should stop building these neo-whatever buildings by copying older buildings' architecture, they just don't look the way the real older buildings look and they don't look as good. We have some examples of those in Toronto, they look alright but not as magnificent as they used to build it and they don't tend to age as well either.
...but history has always copied past styles. Who knows, they may look well "aged' in 150 years. We won't be around to tell unless reincarnated as an architecturally interested bumble-bee or something.
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