Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Another View of National Theater Hall


 The opposite side of this building is the National Concert Hall.  A place where local and international shows are being held. Too bad, I haven't tried watching anything yet, since I teach at night. :(

19 comments:

Nora Johnson said...

Love the red splashes here!

Happy RT!

LOLA:)

Manang Kim said...

That looks huge, but I think it is really huge hehe! By the way I put your photo on my post for the first commentator. Thanks!
A Chevrolet red pick up

Felisol said...

beautiful architecture combining old and new style.

Maria @ LSS said...

Wonderful shot! Happy RT.

Cafe au lait said...

That's a beautiful structure. I bet inside is as beautiful.

I played too. Mine are here and here.

Ralph said...

I am unable to tell if the building is old or newer with the old styling themes in the design. Either way, the pagoda is beautiful with its red tinted roof and bold red columns. Nice!

Leif Hagen said...

I love this photo! I reminds me of my visit to Taipei back in 1990 when I was an English teacher in Japan! I still have a photo on my office wall of the Palace Museum in Taipei!

Craig said...

Lovely building, love the "classic" roof

EG Wow said...

It looks very inviting! I want to know what it looks like inside.

Toemailer said...

Beautiful building! I wonder how many it holds?

Vernz said...

By hook or by crook I have to see Taipei ... very pretty .... Thank You for dropping by
Anything Davao

The Cunning Runt said...

Nice shot of an interesting building! Hope you get to see a performance soon - weekends??

Carletta said...

Lovely colors including the ruby red!
A nice composition.

Thanks for your visit. :)

Francisca said...

Great RT shot, you even got all the flags to wave for you! :-) But yeah, too bad you haven't been inside for a show... I bet it's quite beautiful too.

reg said...

absolutely beautiful building

Meri said...

It's a perfect shot for Ruby Tuesday -- patches of red wherever you look.

Reader Wil said...

Great photos! Thanks for your visit. Have a great Wednesday!

Marice said...

the place looks really nice :) thanks for sharing!

u may view mine here

Evelyn said...

It's a beautiful building.

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