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The airship Le Jaune by the LeBaudy brothers glides by the Eiffel Tower in 1903 Vintage, Steampunk, Techno, Zeppelin, Fotos, Photo, Dieselpunk, Blanco Y Negro, Fotografie
The airship Le Jaune by the LeBaudy brothers glides by the Eiffel Tower in 1903
an airplane flying over a large city with tall buildings and lots of boats in the water
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The zeppelin Hindenburg flies over Manhattan, April 1, 1936, a year before its fiery demise (May 6, 1937). The Hindenburg crossed the ocean in half the time of the fastest ocean liner.
a painting of a city with tall buildings and green fields in front of the skyline
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A view of New York City with Central Park in the foreground, August 1930.Photograph by Orren R. Louden, National Geographic
an old building with many signs on it
Moulin Rouge, Paris
two hot air balloons are suspended from the ceiling in an indoor shopping mall with people looking at them
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The first air show at the Grand Palais in Paris, France. September 30th, 1909. Photographed in Autochrome Lumière by Léon Gimpel.
an old black and white photo of two men working with a lion
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Shooting of Leo the Lion for the MGM Logo
an ancient object with rope attached to it's side and egyptian writing on the wall behind it
60 Historical Photos Worth 1000 Words
Unbroken Seal on King Tutankhamen's Tomb
an old photo of the great sphinx and pyramids
Sphinx partially excavated, by Bonfils, between 1867 and 1899. Library of Congress.
an old black and white photo of the statue of liberty under construction in new york city
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The Statue of Liberty in Paris, 1886
the earth as seen from the moon
40 photos historiques extrêmement émouvantes
The Earth by William Anders, Apollo 8 - 1968
an old photo of a man holding something in his hand
See The First “Selfie” In History Taken by Robert Cornelius, a Philadelphia Chemist, in 1839
See The First “Selfie” In History Taken by Robert Cornelius, a Philadelphia Chemist, in 1839