Due to its history of foreign occupation, the city has a uniquely cosmopolitan feel. You really do get the very best of the East and the West, and this is most prevalent in the city's architecture. Buildings vary in styles from Gothic and Baroque, to ultra-modern and out-of-this-world! In the Bund area, the fifty or so buildings stand together in unison nonetheless and provide a unique composition for cityscape photos. Photographer Nagy snapped this one not far from Radisson Blu New World Hotel, Shanghai.