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Photographer Visits Iconic Landmarks, Faces The 'Wrong' Direction!

Photographer Visits Iconic Landmarks, Faces The 'Wrong' Direction!

Oliver Curtis has traveled the world taking unusual pictures of the globe's famous landmarks. His oddly fascinating pictures show the monuments from the opposite way around.

As of late, a progression of strangely captivating snaps has revealed new insight into a portion of the world's most renowned milestones - in the wake of being taken the wrong way around. English photographer Oliver Curtis has been taking the offbeat pictures, which demonstrate the back-drop to well-known landmarks, that are regularly disregarded.

He started his venture four years prior while visiting the notable Pyramids of Giza in Cairo when he turned away from the structure and was captivated by what he saw. From that point forward he has tried walking out on a portion of the world's most famous landmarks and noteworthy destinations, taking a gander at their counter-views and overlooked faces. And here are some of his best renditions: 

1. Monument For Democracy, Bangkok, Thailand

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2. La Moneda Palace, Santiago, Chile

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3. Ministry Of Internal Affairs, Place Of The Revolution, Bucharest, Romania

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4. Arbeit Macht Frei Gates, Auschwitz, Oswiecim, Poland

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5. Colosseum, Rome, Italy

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6. World Trade Centre, New York, USA

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7. Pyramid of Khufu, Giza 

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8. Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C. 

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9. Hollywood Sign, Los Angeles 

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10. Eiffel Tower, Paris 

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11. White House, Washington D.C. 

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12. Reichstag, Berlin 

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13. The Great Wall of China, Mutianyu 

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14. Statue of Liberty, New York 

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15. Buckingham Palace, London 

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16. Mao Mausoleum, Tiananmen Square 

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17. Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan

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18. Stonehenge, UK 

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19. Mona Lisa, Louvre 

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20. Taj Mahal, India 

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