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Karonhappuck 1 year ago
drastic change: coloured pictures - bummer
       
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Adelphia 1 year ago
Europe will remains (their monuments) the same forever
       
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Natalie 1 year ago
"A lot van change over a 100years" if not ironicly, what a cr#ppy title
       
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Rosabel 1 year ago
#9 and #12 are Pictures of my hometown Limburg. dance3
       
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Mac 1 year ago
Either amazingly spared during WWII or painstakingly reconstructed. Lovely to see.
       
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Theotha 1 year ago
Cool. Remarkably few changes. good
       
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Buren 1 year ago
What? Why isn't the water level higher showed in the 100 year period? 36
Maybe because it is not true laughing
       
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Maxine 1 year ago
Buren,

Rivers.
       
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Around 100 years ago, renowned German photographer, Kurt Hielscher, published a photobook with pictures of Yugoslavia. Casper Molenaar, a contemporary Dutch photographer, bought that book during his studies and set out on a quest to find those places and recreate the photos. Kurt Hielscher also had other books with photos from Spain, Italy, and Germany, and Casper traveled all around Europe to recreate those too.

 

Venice, Italy, 1925 vs 2018

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