McDonald’s is one of the most, if not the most, popular fast food chain all over the globe. With over 36,000 locations worldwide, it is easy to say that McDonald’s is easily one of the most recognizable buildings you will ever see.
Although not all McDonald’s stores have a standard look at their interiors and buildings, some of them have rather unique appearances. You might be surprised to see how some of them were managed to fit into the stores while for others, you might not imagine that there is a McDonald’s store inside!
If Leonardo da Vinci, Shakespeare, and Queen Elizabeth I will decide to eat some nuggets, this is what the McDonald’s store will look like. The whole facade is reminiscent of the rustic Irish pubs.
The building where this store is situated used to be a train station before McDonald’s started to take over. The Budapest chain gives the guests an old world feeling while munching on some new world treats.
Even if most Scandinavian architecture are considered minimalist and sleek, this store used more intricate moldings.
The store in Lanarca gives the visitors a glorious view of the beach-side.
Probably the most lavish store in the world, the McDonald’s chain in Madrid features chandeliers, marble walls, and serves real potato wedges instead of the usual fries.
Negev Desert, Israel
If there is a McDonald’s chain on a tropical island, there is also another one in the middle of the desert. For sure, the refreshing drinks and sundaes are ten times tastier here!
For kids and kids at heart. The store in Dallas, Texas, will remind you of the giant Happy Meal Box that you happily take home during your younger years.
This chain is constructed of 460 glass panels! If you are a fan of McDonald’s, you would like to see how sophisticated this store is!
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
Even soldiers need to get a treat now and then. However, the Guantanamo Bay chain is accessible only to the bay’s personnel.
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