Swastika buildings

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Old-Salt
Coronado Naval Base on the Left and Denver Airport on the Right

Interesting architecture.
Any others?
 

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PrinceAlbert

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You do realise that the Swastika pre-dates the Nazis by some 3000 years?
 
Fallschirmjager said:
I can't make out a swastika on the right picture. I think you're clutching at straws on that one!

Hang on, something is becoming clearer, I'm sure I can see some Germanic symbolism in your post
 
Whilst most look for porn, someone looks for swastika shaped buildings, well you live n learn. :roll:
 
Oh bugger, so it is. I thought I was onto something.
 
Fallschirmjager said:
I can't make out a swastika on the right picture. I think you're clutching at straws on that one!
No wonder they asked you to leave the plane ... even I can see it, already.
 
It's hardly the classic swastika shape though is it? It has a passing resemblance and that's about all that can be said about it.
 

Fugly

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Fallschirmjager said:
It's hardly the classic swastika shape though is it? It has a passing resemblance and that's about all that can be said about it.
Yep.

Excognito said:
No wonder they asked you to leave the plane ... even I can see it, already
:roll:
 

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Fugly said:
Fallschirmjager said:
It's hardly the classic swastika shape though is it? It has a passing resemblance and that's about all that can be said about it.
Yep.

Excognito said:
No wonder they asked you to leave the plane ... even I can see it, already
:roll:
It's the thought that counts [sniff]

Wozza matta? you never heard of abstract Nazi art?
 
PrinceAlbert said:
You do realise that the Swastika pre-dates the Nazis by some 3000 years?
But isn't the ancient symbol a mirror image of the nazi swastika?



edited to add a word.
 
The symbol is certainly nothing new, there's one carved in a stone on Ilkley moor which is attributed to the bronze age:

 

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