Top 10 Rare Historical Photographs

Top 10 Rare Historical Photographs

This is a selection of some of the most important and famous historical photographs. All photos taken around the world historical moments, there are some that will remain forever etched in our memories. I love history, historical moments, from historical places and events. If you love it or do not, you should take a look at these fascinating and rarely seen images take a look at a different angle from days gone past.

Here’s our collection of 10 rare historical photographs.

10. San Francisco 1906.

City Hall and The Majestic Theater, San Francisco after the massive earthquake of 1906.

9. The Oldest Running Car.

1884 De Dion, Bouton et Trepardou Dos-à-Dos is the oldest running car on the planet.

8. Discovery of Machu Pichu.

The first photo following the discovery of Machu Pichu in 1912.

7. Albert Einstein’s Office.

Albert Einstein’s office, photographed on the day of his death.

6. Statue of Liberty Construction, 1884.

Independence in 1884, the most famous cultural monument built statues of historical photographs.

5. Nagasaki After Atomic Bombing.

Nagasaki, 20 minutes after the atomic bombing in 1945.

4. Eiffel Tower Construction 1888.

Construction of the Eiffel tower in July, 1888.

3. Hitler’s Bunker in 1945.

One of the first photos that was taken inside of Hitler’s bunker (Führerbunker) in 1945 by Allied soldiers.

2. RMS Titanic Before it Sunk.

It is believed that the picture can be taken before the last picture ever RMS Titanic sank in April 1912.

1. Niagara Falls During The Freeze of 1911.

You can never really over 1911. This Niagara Falls in Niagara Falls freeze frozen “Yes, on one extended cold snap parts of a hard crust of snow falls during the winter – especially American Falls – an amazing, natural -formed ice sculpture, a thickness of 50 feet. neither the river nor ever solid falls freezes. water ice jam blocking the river above the falls, albeit reduced to a trickle on rare occasions , continues to flow down the ice at all times. historically, when snow blankets spread across the Niagara river, known as the phenomenon of “ice bridge.” you can see in the picture, jogging in and used to frolic around and walk across the bridge around the frozen ice falls.

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