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Stolice europejskie sprzed 100 lat (32)

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People's Place, Rome, Italy (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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The Vatican I, Rome, Italy (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome, Italy (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Exterior of the Coliseum, Rome, Italy (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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The Luxembourg Palace, Paris, France (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Skansen, Stockholm, Sweden (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Piccadilly Circus, London, England (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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General Art and Industrial Exposition, Stockholm, Sweden (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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The University, Berlin, Germany (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Reichstag House, Berlin, Germany (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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The Louvre, Paris, France (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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British Museum, London, England (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Notre Dame, Paris, France (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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London Bridge, London, England (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Museum, Prague, Bohemia, Austro-Hungary (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Entrance to castle, Prague, Bohemia, Austro-Hungary (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Kensington Gardens, the fountains, London, England (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Houses of Parliament from the river, London, England (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Eiffel Tower and fountain, 1900, Paris, France. FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Westminster Abbey, London, England (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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The station, Amsterdam, Holland (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Mint tower, Amsterdam, Holland (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Nicolaaskerk, Amsterdam, [Holland] (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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The museum, Amsterdam, Holland (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Museum, Berlin, Germany (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Arc de Triomphe, du Carrousel, Paris, France (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Kungstradgarden, Stockholm, Sweden (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Piazza Navona, Rome, Italy (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Victoria Park, Berlin, Germany (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Opera Place, Berlin, Germany (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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The Capitoline, Rome, Italy (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com
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Radetzky Memorial, Prague, Bohemia, Austro-Hungary (1890-1900). FROM NOTRE DAME in Paris to The Vatican in Rome, colour photographs from the nineteenth and twentieth century paint a picture of what the most popular European capitals looked like one hundred years ago. The stunning stereographs show the magnificent architecture of Europe???s most celebrated capitals; the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the Coliseum in Rome and the British Museum in London. The hustle and bustle of natives and tourists walking around Piccadilly Circus, London, seem to remain the same since the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. Public domain / mediadrumworld.com

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