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The original Moulin Rouge in Paris, photo by Albert Kahn the year before it burned down...1914

History In Pictures ‏- A rare color photograph by Albert Kahn of the original Moulin Rouge in Paris, a year before it burned down,


Fuck the weak allah. Fuck the all worthless god. Fuck jesus the rapist. Fuck the child molesting pope. Fuck it all!

Friends: Parisian rain. August 1934.  Photographer: Unknown (via Gamma-Keystone Collection/Getty Images)

Paris, August 1934. Photographer: Unknown/Gamma-Keystone... (We Had Faces Then)

undr:  Henri Cartier-Bresson  Paris, 1969

paris, 1954 photo by henri cartier-bresson/magnum photos, from henri cartier-bresson: the modern century This photo captures line through the trees which also contrast with the misty sky and background.

Couples dancing in the street in Paris, 1950s.

Couples dancing in the street in Paris, Light: illumination; the couples dancing are illuminated by the building lights and although there are other people and objects in the photograph the emphasis seems to be on the dancing couples

Parisian afternoon

Paris, Je t'aime: An ode to the city of lights

Brooklyn, NY, 1950's

This era is so awsome! Brooklyn, Wish we could go back to that time. How hot do those boys look!

. Le petit parisien (1952)  Fotografia feita em 1952 e considerada uma das mais importantes do fotógrafo francês Willy Ronis. Intitulada “Le petit parisien”, mostra um garoto parisiense que corre levando debaixo do braço uma baguete maior do que ele. A fotografia percorreu o mundo como marca da Paris no pós-guerra.

As 12 fotografias mais felizes da história

Willy Ronis - Le Petit Parisien - “The Little Parisian”, Paris, 1952 Eustaquio Kiwi johnny give the nice policeman his bread back he's not laughing

Momentos que han dejado marca: El 14 de agosto de 1945, las tropas aliadas vencen a Japón. Un marino toma por la cintura a una enfermera desconocida, besándola.

This is one of the most famous photographs from the Second World War. Apparently the nurse slapped the soldier immediately after. The event was the celebration of the end of the war and it was taken in Times Square by Alfred Eisenstaedt. New York 1945

i think coca-cola should stop making ads and just use this forever

*Vintage coke ad Ice cold Coke - this is how I became addicted to Cola. No cafes or Starbucks around, just vending machines where people gathered around and talked while having a cold one.

c. late 1800s: Onna-bugeisha - “Female Samurai"

"Woman in sensible armor! A rare vintage photograph of an onna-bugeisha, one of the female warriors of the upper social classes in feudal Japan. Often mistakenly referred to as “female samurai”, female warriors have a long history in Japan.