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17 Photos Of Interesting Moments From The Past, On Which Time Seems To Have Stood Still

As time marches on, our present rapidly transforms into the past. Time may appear to move quickly, but it’s no illusion – it’s a scientific fact. The speed at which we create history is astonishing. Events from just two years ago have already become historical facts.

Studying history has become a thrilling new pastime, and we’re excited to share 17 captivating images that tell the story of a bygone era. Take a look and savor the present, for it will soon become a memory.

1. Mihailo Tolotos, a Greek Orthodox monk, lived for 82 years (1856 to 1938) without ever encountering a woman.

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2. In 1996, James Cameron sank a replica of the Titanic off the coast of Mexico.

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3. In 1998, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon called their family after winning the Oscar for ‘Good Will Hunting’.

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4. Lacemakers in Brittany, France, 1920

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5. Boys in the hood 1991

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6. In 1960, Bruce Lee started teaching martial arts to his son, Brandon, at a young age.

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7. Teimuraz Vanacha, a veteran of WWI and the Russian Civil War, was photographed with his son Ivan, a veteran of WWII. Teimuraz was 112 years old at the time of the photo.

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8. A man selling brooms and baskets. Japan, 1890-1896

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9. Henri Cartier-Bresson captured a photograph in 1954 of a worker and supervisor at a car factory in Moscow, Soviet Union.

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10. In 1945, the Mona Lisa was unpacked after the end of World War II.

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11. On September 15th, 1946, there was snake handling at the Pentecostal Church of God in Lejunior, Harlan County, Kentucky.

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12. The photo captures primatologist Dian Fossey with a young male gorilla named Peanuts who is imitating her. 1970

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13. In 1954, Marilyn Monroe performed on stage in Korea in front of thousands of troops during the Korean War.

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14. A photo from 1950 shows boys praying on bunk beds in a dormitory at the Bishop Horden Memorial School, which was a residential school located in the Indigenous Cree community of Moose Factory, Ontario, Canada.

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15. 28 people stand on DKW F8 to test strength of the wooden body, 1932

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16. The leaders Mao Zedong and Chiang Kai-shek made a toast to celebrate the surrender of Japan in August 1945, which marked the last time they ever met.

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17. Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, 1996

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