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Corinne Vionnet, an artist, has a set of images showing the most famous landmarks around the world. But she didn't photograph or paint them. Instead, she superimposed hundreds of pictures taken by tourists to create one artsy, almost haunting, image. It's sorta surprising how everyone seems to take pictures of landmarks the same way. [MyModernMet via Geekosystem]

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This is the Taj Mahal. You can see people in the foreground.

Illustration for article titled Most Tourists Take Pictures From the Same Spot
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Tiananmen Square. Yeah I took this exact picture

Illustration for article titled Most Tourists Take Pictures From the Same Spot

A little more chaotic image of the Coliseum—I would believe someone if they told me they painted this.

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