There are places in the world that almost everyone wants to visit and photograph - the famous Mount Rushmore, the legendary Pantheon, Easter Island and many others. But not everyone knows how these places look from the usual point of view.
In some cases, the picture changes dramatically.
This is what Venice looks like from a bird's eye view.
Robert De Niro platforms never seen in The Irishman. But we are even more embarrassed by Al Pacino's legs
Back view of the Moai statues on Easter Island.
Puppeteer Carroll Spinney, who voiced the two main muppets of Sesame Street, controls the Oscar while wearing a piece of Big Bird's costume on his feet.
This is an unfinished vault on Mount Rushmore where important United States government documents were supposed to be kept.
This man is examining the inside of Big Ben.
Tony Stark's funeral back view.
This is how Heath Ledger's interrogation scene between Batman and Joker looked like before the crew members were “cut out” of it.
This photo was taken minutes before George W. Bush learned of the attack on the Twin Towers.
Few people know that there is a McDonald's in front of the famous Pantheon in Rome.
Dictator Kim Il Sung suffered from a head tumor and forced photographers to remove pictures in which it was visible.
Connected equipment at the 1969 Woodstock Festival.
See also: 6 tourist attractions that not everyone will like, Then and Now: 30 interesting photos that show the passage of time, 16 things and customs that can be found only in Japan
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