Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Before And After Photos That Show How Places Have Changed Over Time.

Some people may not notice changes in Hofbräuhaus München, Germany, between 1910 and 2017.

You're looking at these two photos and thinking, wow, not much has changed in over a century. But most of these buildings were bombed to bits and replaced. But if you can't tell the difference, then the architects who rebuilt the city did their job.

Some people may not notice changes in Hofbräuhaus München, Germany, between 1910 and 2017.

When you look at Chaney Glacier, USA, between 1911 and 2005, you'll notice our world is in danger.

Glaciers don't melt and re-form over several seasons. This is a serious sign of global warning. In fact, something similar is happening in Iceland too. Despite this, the scenery remains absolutely beautiful.

When you look at Chaney Glacier, USA, between 1911 and 2005, you'll notice our world is in danger.

You can see the ravages and the restoration of this building in Poznan, Poland, between 1945 and 2017.

These photos were taken on the corner of Ratajczaka and Sw. Marcin Street. Notice the amazing restoration. The building is beautiful. Personally, we love the lower grates on the 2nd floor above the shops.

You can see the ravages and the restoration of this building in Poznan, Poland, between 1945 and 2017.

The Moulin Rouge Cinema in Paris, France, has gotten a new face between the 1900s and 2016.

The building was destroyed by a fire in 1915, but this is what it looked like in all its glory in the early 20th century. Today, the building looks modern while keeping some of the original features like the windmill.

The Moulin Rouge Cinema in Paris, France, has gotten a new face between the 1900s and 2016.

Things have gotten a little less glacial in Engabreen Glacier, Norway, between 1889 and 2010

The first photo was taken in 1889 and showed ice, water and mountainsides. But 120 years later, the valley is less hostile and more fertile with shore meadows, will thickets, and marshlands after the retreat of the glaciers.

Things have gotten a little less glacial in Engabreen Glacier, Norway, between 1889 and 2010

Sources: deMilked, re.photos

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