A lot of the world’s biggest skyscrapers are coming down in the next few years.
That’s not all bad news for the Irish who will be watching out for the most interesting designs.
We’ve rounded up some of the most intriguing roofs in Ireland to see what will be most popular in the country.
If you want to see more from Ireland in the coming months, check out our Ireland in 2017 article.
We’ve also got some of our favourite Irish roof design ideas.
Find out more about the world famous castles and the most exciting architectural designs in Ireland.
Dublin’s tallest building, the Shard, is expected to come down soon, so you might want to keep an eye out for some interesting designs, from the design of the spire to the glass facade.
It’s likely to be one of the best views in Dublin.
Dubai’s biggest building, Al Maktoum, is also coming down.
It was built in 1859, so there’s a chance it will become the tallest building in the world, but its location makes it a difficult target for the demolition of a tower.
Dubbco, the city’s largest hotel and the tallest hotel in the UAE, has also been under pressure to close.
Its owner, Al Ain Hotel Group, says it has to comply with a local planning directive, but is facing challenges because it’s located on a busy road.
Dubbed the ‘greenest’ building in Europe, the iconic St Mary’s Church is due to come to an end this year.
The building has been in the news in recent years for a number of reasons, but this latest report suggests it will soon be torn down and replaced with a new hotel.
Dubland is known for being the land of the rising sun.
It is a region of mountains, lush forests and green meadows.
It has been dubbed the greenest city in the United Kingdom, a title it has held since the 1930s.
Dubu, a small fishing port, is one of Europe’s oldest cities.
It began life as a small settlement, but the modern city is still a place where people go for its sights and a sense of community.
It’s also home to a number to the largest collection of Roman mosaics in the EU.
The mosaics were found in the old city of Constantinople in the 10th century.
The museum has some of Europes most famous mosaics including one from the Basilica of Santa Maria delle Maschere in Florence, a mosaic from the St Stephen’s Cathedral in London and a mosaic of the Holy Trinity at St Paul’s Cathedral, the oldest in the West.
Dubliners love to drink and hang out on the citys streets.
It seems to be a place with a lot of things to do.
If your favourite place to do it is the city, check our list of places to do things in Dublin or elsewhere in Ireland and see what you can find.
Dublins largest outdoor cinema will be closed for the year, after a number died in a car crash.
The Irish Independent reports that it is believed to be the work of one of Irelands most prolific and infamous car thieves.
Dubrovnik is the largest city in Croatia and the third largest in the former Yugoslavia.
It lies on the border with Serbia and has a population of around 4 million.
It borders the city of Split and has an area of 5,843 square metres.
The city’s centre is the UNESCO World Heritage Site and has the best skyline in Europe.
The city is renowned for its museums, which have a reputation for being among the most diverse in Europe and the world.
A number of museums, like the National Museum of Dubrovnik, are currently under construction in the city.
The National Gallery of Croatia has a wealth of collections from the 20th century, and many of its collections include artefacts from the Viking Age, the Ottoman period and the Spanish conquistadors.
The best time to visit Dubrovnica is during the summer.
From September to December, it is one the most popular tourist destinations in the Balkan region, where visitors flock to enjoy some of Croatia’s best-known sights.
Dubli is the capital of Croatia, but it is also known as the second city of Croatia after Belgrade.
It sits at the foot of the Pyrenees Mountains and is located about 50 kilometres west of Split.
Dublish is the third most populous country in the European Union, but in terms of population it is relatively small compared to the UK, the US, and Germany.
Dubs population is growing, with the population growing by over 20 per cent in the past year.
It boasts one of Croatias best preserved medieval architecture, and it has some impressive buildings in its museums and gardens.
It also has a good number of tourist attractions such as museums and art galleries, and some fantastic sights, such as the iconic Old City, the famous Kvarina, and the iconic Vostok