Since I have no picture of a person from the waist down (therefore I cannot participate to the December 1st Theme Day) here is a modern office building from the ground down.
This is National Bank's new headquarters in Athens. During the excavation several artifacts, walls and findings from the ancient city were unearthed.
Since it was somewhat expected that such objects would occur, the building was designed to be built over the site. The antiquities were preserved in their exact place.
Do you have similar cases in your own city?