Certain locations and landmarks across the planet are likely immortalized in your mind's eye. You can probably picture the Eiffel Tower, Niagara Falls, and the Great Sphinx of Giza with ease, even if you haven't visited them yourself. But these destinations didn't always look the way they do now, and you may not have the unique perspectives on them that bygone visitors and explorers did.
Check out these old photos of historic landmarks that paint them in a new light.
In 1820, The Lion Of Lucerne Was Carved In Stone To Commemorate The Swiss Soldiers Who Died During The French Revolution4,99268Is this a cool photo?
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View Of The Lincoln Memorial Before The Reflecting Pool Was Built, 19201,78721Is this a cool photo?