Wow, this is beautiful!
Prague. De laatste keer dat ik daar was, hadden ze het gesloten! (nov. 2013)
Origami Star Wars "X-Wing Fighter" step by step instructions. #tutorial.
Then: The Fontainebleau has been a Miami icon since it first opened in the 1950s. Now: The Fontainebleau sits amid a mixture of older and newer buildings in Miami Beach.
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Then: In the 19th century, London was a crowded city known for its densely-packed rooftops, but it lacked tall buildings. Now: a relatively recent building boom has added new landmarks to London’s skyline.
Then: Traditional architecture ruled in Singapore in the 1960s. Now: Singapore’s economic success has spurred an almost-continuous building boom since the 1980s.
Then: This photo, taken in 1900, shows architecture that might look familiar to people who visit present-day Havana. Now: Some streets in Old Havana have been restored, but others have not.
Then: Hong Kong’s skyscraper boom had not yet started in the 1960s. Now: Hong Kong Island now has a forest-like collection of high-rises.
Then: The Bund was a major center of commerce in the 1920s. Now: Though other areas of Shanghai have been totally modernized, the historic buildings of the Bund remain intact.