25 Famous Landmarks Reimagined in Midjourney

Midjourney is the most powerful AI image generation tool (GAN) around at the moment. Many have been dazzled by its outputs, with good reason.

It’s amazing!

We’ve put together this list of 25 famous landmarks reimagined in creative ways by Midjourney. We hope you enjoy them!

1. Eiffel Tower – Made of spaghetti.

2. Great Wall of China – Made of books.

3. Statue of Liberty – As a giant crystal sculpture.

4. Taj Mahal – Built on floating clouds.

5. Pyramids of Giza – Constructed from giant playing cards.

6. Machu Picchu – Overgrown with candy cane forests.

7. Colosseum (Rome) – Transformed into a massive flower pot.

8. Christ the Redeemer (Rio de Janeiro) – Carved from shimmering ice.

9. Stonehenge – As a set of colorful jelly sticks.

10. Sydney Opera House – Made from folded origami paper.

11. Mount Rushmore – Faces replaced with Star Wars characters

12. Chichen Itza Pyramid- Constructed from chocolate blocks.

13. St. Basil’s Cathedral (Moscow) – Decorated with neon lights.

14. Petra (Jordan) – Carved as an intricate wooden toy.

15. Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco) – Woven from red licorice strands.

16. Angkor Wat (Cambodia) – Illuminated with bioluminescent plants.

17. Leaning Tower of Pisa – Made from stacked pancakes dripping with syrup.

18. Big Ben – Crafted from colorful marbles.

19. Moai Statues (Easter Island) – Carved from watermelons.

20. Acropolis (Athens) – Made of sandcastles.

21. Sagrada Família (Barcelona) – As a gingerbread masterpiece.

22. Niagara Falls – Flowing with liquid gold.

23. Burj Khalifa (Dubai) – Constructed from translucent glass bricks.

24. The Louvre Pyramid (Paris) – Made of stained glass with a kaleidoscope effect.

25. Grand Canyon – Filled with a sea of blue roses.

Final Thoughts

As you can see, not all of these images capture the prompts perfectly, but virtually all are highly artistic and interesting, visually. Sometimes you need to run a prompt several times, or tweak it a bit to get what you’re looking for.

For tips on how to wrangle Midjourney, here are a few articles we’ve put together: