Here are two very different views of the same place--a patch of ground in Paris with a very macabre and interesting history.
An almost medieval-looking Paris captured on film ceased to exist shortly after these photos were taken in the 1850s.
Modernity is slowly replacing the old ways in this view of turn-of-the-century Ireland.
The Heritage Calling blog shows us a number of fascinating old storefronts in London, some going back to the 1700s.
Today one of Toronto's busiest intersections, this urban space was once a pedestrian mall back in the groovy 70s.
Was L.A. in the '70s really the idyllic paradise we often think of? This footage shows how it really was.
Take a drive through the City of Angels in about 1947. It's pretty interesting!
MOAR historic photos! This one, another chromolithograph, is a very interesting view of the Altmarkt, the main central square in Dresden, Germany. I found several [...]
This is the Monument, located near where the Great Fire of London began in 1666. The Monument, designed by Christopher Wren and completed in 1677, [...]
You wouldn't know it just from looking at it, but this small, unassuming-looking island in New York Harbor is one of the most depressing places [...]