Birmingham's Bullring shopping complex has beaten off competition from Edinburgh Castle and Tower Bridge to be named one of the UK's favourite landmarks.
Bullring, which opened in 2003, came third in a survey of which landmark people most want to photograph, behind Big Ben and the London Eye.
The centre, which replaced a notoriously ugly shopping precinct, has won much acclaim for the towering blue Selfridges building at one end, which is covered with aluminium discs.
The top ten also featured Portsmouth's Spinaker Tower which opened last year and, contrastingly, Peterborough's 12th century cathedral.
Darren Peake, marketing manager at Fujifilm who carried out the survey of 3,000 people, said: "The UK's top ten landmarks highlight the fantastic diversity of architecture and design that is on offer.
"While London is home to a number of modern and historic gems, the top ten features buildings from up and down the country, with fine historic examples of our heritage sitting alongside modern examples of UK innovation."
"Our research highlighted people's love of architectural photography, second only to taking snaps of family and friends.
"Striking new buildings, such as the world renowned Bullring in Birmingham, ensure that this passion will remain as well as throwing down the gauntlet to UK architects hoping to push out the boundaries of design even further."