Published in the New York Herald Tribune, Oct. 2 1932. Lunch atop a Skyscraper (New York Construction Workers Lunching on a Crossbeam) is a photograph taken atop the steelwork of 30 Rockefeller […]
The giant airship Hindenburg made history with its first transatlantic flight in May of 1936. Nearly the size of the Titanic, it was the largest airship ever built and a crowning […]
Rue de Lyon, Paris, France, 1910. Photo: Albert Chevojon
On October 28, 1886, the Statue of Liberty was inaugurated in New York, USA, in the presence of the then President, Grover Cleveland, former governor of New York, in front […]
In the foreground we can see the famous Burj Al Arab hotel.
The sun can’t shine through like that now due to the surrounding tall skyscrapers.
Is this painting of photography?
Colourful Russian dachas near the city of Arkhangelsk are contrasted against the white snow covering the town.
Yemen’s old walled city of Shibam is the oldest metropolis in the world to use vertical construction with mud (until 8 floors!).
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