Tourists have no place here: world attractions taken from an extremely unfavorable angle
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Do you know what the girls who do not get out of Instagram have in common with the sights? Both of them have the most favorable angle for the photo. For example, the Taj Mahal is constantly photographed so that in the foreground there is a swimming pool, which reflects the palace, and the Colosseum is even difficult to imagine not from the side of the beveled part of the wall.
Once we made a post in which the main man-made beauties of the planet were presented from a bird's-eye view, and their splendor was revealed in a completely new way. But you can also sneak up on them from a completely unexpected side, so to speak, by untrodden paths. And then the surrounding reality can pretty much spoil the grandeur of the structure.
View of the Pyramid of Cheops from Giza Street.
CN Tower in Toronto.
The sculpture "Motherland calls!" in Volgograd is worth admiring only from specially designated places.
The Indian Taj Mahal is located in a poor province and contrasts sharply with its typical landscapes.
Relatively recently, the Statue of Liberty was adjacent to a large-scale industrial zone.
It is not so easy to identify the business center "Moscow City"in this photo.
Behind the world-famous Hindu temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, a swamp splashes.
On the back side, some rails approach the Parthenon.
The Golden Gate Bridge is best photographed from afar.
And Las Vegas-only at night and preferably from the ground.