Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

March 5, 2024

Rathcroghan is a complex of archaeological sites near Tulsk in County Roscommon, Ireland.

Instagram account geopizza shares the most known old settlements around the world with then vs. now photos. There are some incredibly well-preserved settlements like Abu Simbel Temple and also some vanished ones.

Abu Simbel Temple, Egypt

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Cusco, Peru

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Athens, Greece

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Porto Alegre, Brazil

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Rome, Italy

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Old Sarum, England

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Stonehenge, England

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Zimbabwe

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Rathcroghan, Ireland

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Peveril Castle, England

Caral, Peru

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Oxford, England

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Arles, France

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Babylon

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Ostia, Rome

Ziggurat of Ur, Iraq

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Utica, Tunisia

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

Cesareia Marítima, Israel

Old Settlements Around The World With Then vs. Now Photos

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