Destinations

Around the world in 80 photoshops

Hannah Edensor

There’s a few landmark attractions scattered around the world that any person with eyes would recognise.

The Eiffel Tower in Paris, The Harbour Bridge in Sydney, the Taj Mahal in India.

But what happens when these iconic wonders of the world go walkabout, and find themselves in the wrong city, nay the wrong country?!

We’ve stumbled across a few fantastic images, courtesy of DesignCrowd, that shows us just how some global sites might look if not characterised by their beloved attractions.

Can you spot the difference in these photos?

Paris, home to the beautiful Arc de Triomphe, right?

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Our glorious harbour, renowned for the Sydney Opera House…

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Welcome to Hollywood… in China?

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What’s wrong with this picture?

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India, home to temples and pyramids.

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Nothing like a hit of the US in Brazil – can you spot the second irregularity?

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