WWII photos blended seamlessly into modern-day Berlin

Source: Agencies-Globaltimes.cn Published: 2015-8-28 11:14:36

  • A destroyed fountain at Luetzowplatz in Berlin, Germany after World War II in 1945. The image is superimposed on a photo taken from the same perspective on April 29, 2015. Photos: Fred Ramage/Getty Images, Sean Gallup/Getty Images/CFP

  • A German artillery gun points upward in front of the destroyed Reichstag, seat of the Bundestag in Berlin, Germany after World War II in July, 1945. Behind the image is the Reichstag building as it appeared on March 20, 2015. Photos: Fred Ramage/Keystone/Getty Images , Sean Gallup/Getty Images/CFP

  • A German soldier sits on a pile of rubble outside the Reichstag, Berlin on May 9, 1945. In the background, people walk past the Reichstag on March 18, 2015. Photos: Laski Diffusion/Getty Images , Sean Gallup/Getty Images/CFP

  • People walk in front of the ruins of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on July 20, 1945. The photo is superimposed on an image of the Budapester Strasse on May 2, 2015. Photos: Fred Ramage/Keystone Features/Getty Images, Sean Gallup/Getty Images/CFP

  • US troops of the 69th Infantry Division (left) and Russian troops shake hands on a damaged bridge over the Elbe River at Torgau, Germany towards the end of World War II on April 26, 1945. The photo marks the previous day's link-up between American and Soviet forces. The Elbe flows below the bridge as it appeared on April 29, 2015. Photos: Allan Jackson/Getty Images , Sean Gallup/Getty Images/CFP

  • Russian and US troops in front of a damaged Brandenburg Gate, Berlin at the end of World War II in 1945. The photo is blended into an image of the same site on May 2, 2015. Photos: Central Press/Hulton Archive/Getty Images , Sean Gallup/Getty Images/CFP

  • British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery addresses Allied troops near Tiergarten Park, Berlin after World War II in 1945. The color photo is of the area from the same perspective on April 29, 2015. Photos: Express/Express/Getty Images, Sean Gallup/Getty Images/CFP






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