I was amazed by the awesome evolution of these cities and want to share their photos with you.
Dubai in 1964 and now
Avenida Nueve de Julio in Buenos Aires in 1937 and now
The Moscow River in the 19th century and the present days
Hyderabad in India in the 1880s and now
The comparison of Chicago in 1838 and now
Sultan Abdul Samad Building in Kuala Lumpur in the 1990s and now
This is the view from Galata Tower in Istanbul in the 1870s and the present days
The view of Bangkok in the year 1822 and now
Manhattan with The Brooklyn Bridge on the right in the 1873 compared to present day
Downtown Los Angeles in 1994 and now
This is view of Suzhou Creek in Shanghai around the year 1920 which looks different now
The Republic Square in Yerevan back in 1916 compared to now
What city do you think changed most, please write your opinion and follow.
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