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Tour Through Czechoslovakia With Old Photos

We all like to travel, but what makes traveling and tourism most fun is the comprehensive historical back-filled tours that really give us a glimpse how and why things look the way they are today. So for an online tour of Czech Republic we have a story just like that. The photographer decided to take us on a tour through Czech cities with a set of old photos. Looking it like this you can see how things have little changed in last 100 years, in fact many things look almost identical minus smartphones and modern cars. This kind of old-photo city tours are a latest trend lately in photography because of historical context they give to places we see so you can see more of such work. More info: youtube.com [divider style=”normal” top=”20″ bottom=”20″]

A visit of Mr. T.G.Masaryk president of Czechoslovakia in Kezmarok in 1930.

A visit of Mr. T.G.Masaryk president of Czechoslovakia in Kezmarok in 1930.

An old cars before cinema and town-hall.

A man is filling gasoline to his “Skoda” car around 1935.

A taxi driver are having “coffe break” before town-hall next gasoline pump around 1935.

A funeral procession. The car is an old “Skoda Octavia” and in left part of picture we can see partly modern “Skoda Octavia”.

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