Chamber Street in the Liberties Dublin as it once was #LovetheLiberties #Ireland

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Toronto's new City Hall opened on September 13, 1965.  Source: the Telegram, September 14, 1965

Toronto's new City Hall opened on September Source: the Telegram, September 1965

Cape Town Foreshore (1948): The foreshore is a large area of reclaimed land from Table Bay, and today includes the Cape Town Railway Station and Civic Centre. Even the Cape Town International Convention Centre was once part of the bay.

Cape Town Foreshore The foreshore is a large area of reclaimed land from Table Bay, and today includes the Cape Town Railway Station and Civic Centre. Even the Cape Town International Convention Centre was once part of the bay.

The Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem in 1867

These photos were taken between 1898 and 1914 when Palestine was under Ottoman rule.

Longacre Square before It was renamed Times Square in 1904, after completion of the New York Times building.

New York circa “Longacre Square.” Soon to be renamed Times Square after the recently completed New York Times tower seen here. (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Longacre Square:

#Copenhagen, Denmark - Bicyclists in the 1940s

"Cyclists at Nørrebrogade in Copenhagen" Denmark - Copenhagen, circa 1943 (WWII)

March 15, 1933. "New York city views. Financial district from Hotel Bossert." Large-format acetate negative by Samuel H. Gottscho.

New York Financial District viewed from the Hotel Bossert, Brooklyn, photo by Samuel H.

Antarctic Night (1989)

The surreal and sprawling landscapes of Australian artist Jan Senbergs – in pictures

Exhibition: ‘Jan Senbergs: Observation – Imagination’ at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Melbourne


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