Famous Landmarks from Different Angle

We often see photos of popular architecture and other attractions from around the world on the Internet. Usually they are all shot from the same angle that everyone is familiar with, so we decided to show how famous structures look from a different angle but from such an angle, most likely for the first time. This is precisely the zest and spectacularity of these pictures with the banal names “Statue of Liberty” or “Arc de Triomphe”. It's really worth taking a look at!  
Photo from the top view of the Egyptian pyramid of Khafre
Photo from the top view of the Egyptian pyramid of Khafre

Photo of the underground part of the moai statue on Easter Island
Photo of the underground part of the moai statue on Easter Island
 © hutschpferd

If you stand on Mount Rushmore, the United States looks like this

Photo of Burj Khalifa in the United Arab Emirates from the top view
Photo of Burj Khalifa in the United Arab Emirates from the top view
 © slktycn

An additional effect of this frame is given by the fact that it was taken with a long lens. Because of this, the building appears to be much smaller in height than it actually is.

Incomparable Venice from a bird's eye view

Incomparable Venice from a bird's eye view
 © ://i.pinimg.com

Lincoln Memorial in the United States. The photographer stood behind the left shoulder of the sixteenth president of America.
Lincoln Memorial in the United States. The photographer stood behind the left shoulder of the sixteenth president of America.
© 5_Frog_Margin

This shot was taken on 08/28/1963, during the famous performance of Martin Luther King.

Italian city of Pisa. Photo of the Leaning Tower of Pisa from the top view
Italian city of Pisa. Photo of the Leaning Tower of Pisa from the top view
© Serg28564

Photos of the theater scene from behind the curtains
Photos of the theater scene from behind the curtains

Paris. Photo of the Eiffel Tower. Top view
Paris. Photo of the Eiffel Tower. Top view
© imgur

Looking at the tower from this angle, it might seem like it was turned upside down. Amazing view!

Mamayev Kurgan, Russia. Photo of the "Motherland Calls!" Statue, taken from behind the clouds
Mamayev Kurgan, Russia. Photo of the "Motherland Calls!" Statue, taken from behind the clouds
© bbushmin

Los Angeles, United States. Photo of the inscription "Hollywood". Back and top view
Los Angeles, United States. Photo of the inscription "Hollywood". Back and top view
© earthmoonsun

Photo of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Bottom view
Famous Landmarks from Different Angle

New York, United States of America. Photo of the Statue of Liberty from the alley of Liberty State Park
New York, United States of America. Photo of the Statue of Liberty from the alley of Liberty State Park

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