Nine Timeless Monuments Photobombed By the Modern Era

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Nine Timeless Monuments Photobombed By the Modern Era

Statue of Liberty from Jersey City

Nine Timeless Monuments Photobombed By the Modern Era

Giza Pyramids from Cairo

Nine Timeless Monuments Photobombed By the Modern Era

Stonehenge car park

Nine Timeless Monuments Photobombed By the Modern Era

McDonalds at the Pantheon

Nine Timeless Monuments Photobombed By the Modern Era

Trajan's Column with cleaning cupboard

Somewhat hidden away in London's vast Victoria and Albert museum is a plaster cast of Trajan's Column which was deemed worthless enough to contain a door in it for cleaning supplies such as mops and buckets.
Since the original column has suffered from Rome's pollution, the cast is now priceless, with better relief, making the cleaning cupboard all the more weird.

Nine Timeless Monuments Photobombed By the Modern Era

The Starbucks in the Louvre

The Chinese may have complained about fast food in the forbidden city, but actually the French beat them to it. The basement of the Louvre which resembles more of a shopping mall than a museum contains its very own Starbucks.

Nine Timeless Monuments Photobombed By the Modern Era

The Parthenon as a munitions dump

What is seen today can be considered a bad view, since the Parthenon's use as a munitions dump, rather than the ravages of time are what make it a partial ruin.

Nine Timeless Monuments Photobombed By the Modern Era

Venice from the Venice Mestre Freeway

Nine Timeless Monuments Photobombed By the Modern Era

London's Gherkin from East End Market