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What 11 Famous Landmarks Look Like Zoomed Out
When looked at from a different view, these landmarks tell a whole different story.
Central Park is located right in the middle of Manhattan. Many people find it to be a nice escape from the bustling city that surrounds it. Even though this urban park is over 840 acres, it’s hard to avoid the noises of New York City when you’re in it.
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The Great Pyramids of Giza
It’s easy to see how this magnificent man-made structure is being shadowed by the modern city built up around it. Here are nine more architectural wonders you must see before you die.
The Brandenburg Gate
The Brandenburg Gate is located in Berlin, Germany. It serves as a symbol of what was once a divided city. People used to climb onto an observation deck on it to see what was happening on the other side of the Iron Curtain.
The Brandenburg Gate
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This Roman Catholic basilica in Barcelona, Spain, has yet to be finished. Ten more spires still need to be built. Construction isn’t expected to be complete until 2026.
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Looking at it from up close makes it seem larger than life. Zoom out, and the view is quite different. Still a beauty though!
The structures are built on a rocky hill and the city of Athens, Greece, sits below them.
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The Taj Mahal, which sits on the southern bank of the Yamuna River in Agra, India, took over 20 years to build.
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This mausoleum is a symbol of wealth and the rich history of India, but many people don’t see the poverty that surrounds it.
The Niagara Parks Commission was established in 1885 to preserve the natural beauty of Niagara Falls.
Stonehenge is the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe and one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
While Stonehenge loses a bit of its magnitude zoomed out, you can’t help but gaze at the lush greenery.
The faces of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln were etched into the side of a mountain in South Dakota, forming Mount Rushmore.
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Santorini is a group of islands located in the Aegean Sea. Its rugged landscape was caused by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century.
Santorini is well known for its beautiful blue waters and whitewashed buildings.