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Travel + Leisure’s first-ever reader survey of iconic landmarks yielded some surprise favorites.

No. 40 CCTV Building, Beijing

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Thanks to Rem Koolhaas’s innovative $1.2 billion broadcast headquarters, China now airs 200 state-run channels, as opposed to just 16 before its 2009 opening.

World's Most Popular Landmarks

No. 40 CCTV Building, Beijing

Thanks to Rem Koolhaas’s innovative $1.2 billion broadcast headquarters, China now airs 200 state-run channels, as opposed to just 16 before its 2009 opening.

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