There are many iconic buildings around the world that have been photographed so often that you can recognize them by their surroundings. At least that's the premise of architect and photographer Jose Dávila's new book "There But Not," published by Powerhouse Books. Dávila physically cut out 90 buildings and structures, leaving only the silhouettes and immediate environment, which he argues is just as much a part of the structure. According to FastCo, Dávila says that with these photos he attempts to show the "importance of context in architecture." There are some obvious landmarks included in the book but there are more than a few that stumped us. Challenge yourself to see if you agree with the artist.

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[via FastCo]