This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

The world's most famous buildings and monuments never look like you think they will in real life. Photographers create iconic postcards that are burned in our brains, most often to the landmark's advantage—like Stonehenge, the Niagara Falls or the Great Pyramids. But others times zooming out reveals an even more impressive picture, like Mount Rushmore or the Great Wall of China.

Great Pyramids of Giza

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

Stonehenge

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

Mount Rushmore

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

Niagra Falls

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

Brandenburg Gate

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

Bonus: Great Wall of China

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

This is how the world’s most iconic monuments look from far away

Got any more examples? Post the postcard shot and the zoom out in the comments!


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