First Known Photos of 15 Great Cities Around the World

The first ever photograph of Paris in 1839 was taken by Louis Daguerre on the boulevard du Temple. There is a shoe shiner in the left-hand corner. This is one of the oldest photographs, where the first ever photo of human...

 

The First Photograph of Discovery of Machu Picchu (1911)

The ruins of Machu Picchu covered in jungle growth in 1911 photographed by Yale archaeologist Hiram Bingham. Photo credit: National Geographic In 1911, American archaeologist Hiram Bingham arrived in Peru with his team of...

 

World’s Most Incredible Underwater Attractions

From an underwater museum of amazing sculptures to a submerged aquarium, these 9 incredible underwater wonders will take your breath away. Better learn how to dive soon.

 

WWII Bunker Transformed Into an Amazing Home

This is 1942 bunker was used as a listening post in St. Levan, Cornwall, transformed into a fully-functioning home. Take a look!

 

Photos of Singapore from 1901 to 1950s

We can’t turn back time to see how Singapore looked back in the day, but this collection of vintage postcards of Singapore is the next best thing.

 

Abandoned Walmart In Texas Transformed Into America’s Largest Public Library

There are thousands of abandoned buildings sitting empty all over America, including hundreds of former Walmart stores. What these people did...

 
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