Rarest Mind Blowing Pics In History

Rarest Mind Blowing Pics In History

Rarest Mind Blowing Pics In History:

Most of us click pictures of almost everything and do not even think that the pictures might become significant in history.

Here are some of the historical pictures that seemed to be just regular pictures at that very moment, before they became rare historical moments to be captured...

Google Team

This picture was clicked in the year 1999. Who knew this team would be the most relatively modest team at Google headquarters that would go on to revolutionise the way we use the Internet!

The First Photo Of Outer Space

This picture was clicked in 1946. It was a picture that was taken from space even before the space programme was launched! Apparently the history behind this picture is that the soldiers had attached a camera to a missile before it was launched.

Family Photo Left On The Moon

This picture was clicked in 1972. The history of this picture is that it was left on the moon by Apollo 16 astronaut Charles Duke in 1972. It's even sealed up to keep it protected.

Titanic’s Iceberg

This picture was clicked in 1912 when the Titanic sank after hitting this iceberg! Apparently this is thought to be the very iceberg that sealed the famous ship's fate. Have a closer look at the picture as you can see that it even has some dents in it.

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Titanic Survivors

This picture was clicked on the fateful day when the Titanic sank in 1912. The survivors are seen boarding The RMS Carpathia which means that not everyone perished on that fateful day.

The Beatles

This famous picture was clicked in 1969. No, this is not the famous Abbey Road pic that was simply reversed. It's the Beatles walking the other way across the now-famous zebra crossing. Well in 2012, this picture was sold at an auction for $25,000.

Construction Of The Statue Of Liberty

This rare picture was clicked in 1884. What's even more amazing about this image is it shows the statue was being constructed in Paris. We still wonder as how could they even deliver it to America back then! We bet there were hardly any courier services which would do this back then!

The First Ever Walmart

This picture was taken in 1962. Who would have even imagined that from this simple image emerged a supermarket global empire around the world!

Mount Rushmore Being Carved

This picture was clicked in 1932. This picture specifically showed the head of George Washington. Just check the size comparison between America's first president and those construction workers!

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A Waterless Hoover Dam

This pic was clicked in 1936 when the dam was being constructed. Guess this is something that we will probably never see again in our own lifetime.

Eiffel Tower Construction

This picture was clicked in 1888 when the world's most famous construction had its beginning. Can you imagine what Paris would have been like before it was there?

Hitler’s Bunker

This picture was clicked in 1945. According to history, this is thought to be the first picture that was taken of Adolf Hitler's underground bunker after his death. Doesn't it just send chills down your spine?

The MGM Lion

This was taken in 1929. This is the moment these cameramen captured that iconic movie intro where the lion is seen roaring at the beginning of old films.

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Golden Gate Bridge

This picture of the Golden Gate Bridge still under construction was taken in 1937. We bet this must have been such a mammoth task to undertake. Who would have even imagined that it would eventually be declared one of the wonders of the modern world!

Disnleyland Opening Day

This historic picture was clicked in 1955 during the opening day of Disneyland. Who imagined that it would be a staple in American tourism? It's hard to imagine what the crowds would have been like when they finally opened Disneyland all those years ago.

All Images Source Reuters

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