Landmark Close-Up Versus Actual Location Will Shock You

These 22 Far Away Perspectives Of Famous Places Will Change The Way You See Them Forever

 Many of us only know the world’s most famous landmarks through images that show them in all their beautiful, historical glory. The world has changed since these structures were built, so the surrounding landscapes might not be what you’d expect.

The Pyramids of Giza

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The Acropolis

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Stonehenge

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Seen through the McDonald’s across the way

The Forbidden City

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Niagara Falls

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The Taj Mahal

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The Brandenburg Gate

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Mount Rushmore

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Mont St. Michel in France

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The Hollywood Sign

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St Basil’s Cathedral

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Rock of Gibraltar

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Bonus: The Great Wall of China ends abruptly as soon as it reaches the ocean:

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It’s incredible to see the ancient past mixed with the present. Share this with someone who loves to travel and blow their mind!

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2 responses to “Landmark Close-Up Versus Actual Location Will Shock You

  1. Wow! I knew about some of those places being in the middle of cities in in the middle of nowhere, but there were lots of surprises. I especially love seeing the end of the Great Wall 🙂

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    • Michael Bradley

      Yeah, we get used to the “official” photos. Like every reference to Australia they show the Sydney Opera House, like it’s the only interesting thing on a whole continent.

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