These Videos Will Completely Change The Way You See Iconic Landmarks

There’s a hidden side to many of the world’s great landmarks that you might not know about if you’ve only seen them in photographs — including surrounding roads, cities, and fast food joints. These videos show you a side to these monuments you don’t usually see, showing how these places coexist with the modern world.

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Mount Rushmore National Memorial, near Keystone, South Dakota, opened in 1941

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Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England, with the A303 road in the background

A Pizza Hut and a KFC near the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx in El Giza, Egypt

Taj Mahal, Agra, India, threatened by air and water pollution

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The Forbidden City, in the middle of Beijing, China

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Niagara Falls, on the international border between Canada and the United States

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KuriGohan and Kamehameha

I was at Mt Rushmore about a month ago, it was my first time. Let me tell ya... it looks so tiny from the observation area. Also it has snowed the night before, then melted and it looks like someone had broken eggs on their heads.