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Liverpool in the 80s

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What was Liverpool like in the 80s? Dirty, dirty, dirty.

The Evolution of New York City’s Skyline

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How New York's skyline got populated.

New York’s Chinatown in the 1970s

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New York's Chinatown when I've never been there.

New York’s Chinatown in the 1970s

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These photographs by Robert Iulo show New York's Chinatown - which has the highest concentration of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere - in the 1970s.  Situated in the south of Manhattan with an estimated population of about 100,000 people, Chinatown is also one of the oldest Chinese ethnic enclaves....

What’s Across the Ocean from the East Coast of North America

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Ever wondered what's across the Atlantic from New York City, for example? I would have guessed London, but apparently it's Madrid, which is much further down south.

Manhattan’s Hidden Etymologies

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Island of Many Secrets.

Manhattan’s Hidden Etymologies

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In the Island of Many Hills you find places like Hell's Kitchen, Nolita, and even Wall Street. But what do those names actually mean?

Constantinople in the 13th Century

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Thanks to French Artist Antoine Helbert, here is what Constantinople looked like in the 13th century. (Click image to enlarge)

Constantinople in the 13th Century

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A different Istambul.

The Distances You Can Travel By Train from European Cities in 24 Hours

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I definitely wouldn't leave some European cities by train...

The Distances You Can Travel By Train from European Cities in 24 Hours

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Here's how far you can travel by train from different European capitals in a day's time. See explanation below.via Washington Post
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