25 Stunning Photos of Landmarks Covered in Snow
Here's proof that snow can make even the most beautiful things in life even more gorgeous.
Eiffel Tower–Paris, France
You might want to think twice before taking a photo of the Eiffel Tower at night, though—it’s actually illegal. Don’t miss these other 19 Eiffel Tower facts you’ve never heard before.
Great Wall of China–Huairou, China
Did you know the Great Wall of China can’t be seen from outer space with the naked eye? That doesn’t stop us from admiring these amazing photos of snow taken from space, though!
Big Ben–London, U.K.
Big Ben is one of the world’s biggest monuments—and these stunning National Geographic photos will remind you just how wondrous the world truly is.
Arc de Triomphe–Paris, France
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Forbidden City–Beijing, China
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Hagia Sophia–Istanbul, Turkey
Lincoln Memorial–Washington, DC, USA
Have you ever noticed this typo in the Lincoln Memorial?
White House–Washington, DC, U.S.
Did you know the White House wasn’t always called the White House? Check out these other iconic American landmarks that almost weren’t.
United States Capitol–Washington, DC, U.S.
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Tower Bridge–London, U.K.
Little Mermaid–Copenhagen, Denmark
Brooklyn Bridge–New York, NY, U.S.
While the Brooklyn Bridge is definitely beautiful, these 14 lesser-known American bridges also deserve some attention.
Edinburgh Castle–Edinburgh, U.K.
As gorgeous as it is, Edinburgh Castle made it onto Time’s Top 10 Haunted Places list. Take a look at these 22 other beautiful places that are actually haunted.
Cloud Gate–Chicago, IL, U.S.
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Blue Mosque–Istanbul, Turkey
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