Rewind·Posted on Sep 22, 201625 Incredible Pictures That Will Change Your View Of HistoryA look back through time, presented by Getty Images.by Gabriel H. SanchezBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. A group of tourists sunbathing atop the Great Pyramids in Giza. Bettmann / Bettmann Archive 2. Walt Disney overcome with pure joy on the opening day of Disneyland in 1955. Allan Grant / Getty Images 3. The luxurious main dining hall of the RMS Titanic. George Rinhart / Getty Images 4. The steel beams of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, reaching upward in 1888. Bettmann / Bettmann Archive 5. A human silhouette scorched into the earth after the atomic explosion in Hiroshima. Universal History Archive / Getty Images 6. The Hollywoodland sign watching over Los Angeles in 1925. Mpi / Getty Images 7. Australia's Sydney Opera House in the early stages of its construction in 1973. Fairfax Media / Getty Images 8. The World Trade Center begining to rise over New York City in 1971. Bettmann / Bettmann Archive 9. A group of Las Vegas tourists enjoying front-row seats to an atomic test in 1953. Bettmann / Bettmann Archive 10. A couple holding their newborn babies for their grandparents on the other side of the Berlin Wall to see in 1961. Bettmann / Bettmann Archive 11. A Native American man standing on the roof of Alcatraz during the 1970 Alcatraz Occupation. Hulton Archive / Getty Images 12. The Statue of Liberty's left arm being constructed in Paris during the winter of 1882. Library Of Congress / Getty Images 13. The scorched aftermath of a B-25 bomber crash into the side of the Empire State Building in 1945. Keystone-france / Getty Images 14. A Japanese man sailing a junk with Mount Fuji looming in the background, circa 1890s. Michael Maslan / Getty Images 15. London in smoldering ruins following the Nazi blitz of Dec. 29, 1940. Mirrorpix / Getty Images 16. The empty halls of London's National Gallery after everything was hidden from the Nazis during World War II. George W. Hales / Getty Images 17. Victory fireworks lighting up Moscow's Red Square after the end of World War II was declared, in 1945. Stringer / AFP / Getty Images 18. The London Tower Bridge with its middle missing in the late 19th century. London Stereoscopic Company / Getty Images 19. A partially completed Mt. Rushmore in the 1930s, after 500,000 tons of granite had already been removed. Bettmann / Bettmann Archive 20. Archeologist Howard Carter inspecting King Tut's golden sarcophagus after opening Tut's tomb in 1923. Apic / Getty Images 21. A Hooverville encampment in New York City's Central Park, where many lived during the Great Depression. Bettmann / Bettmann Archive 22. When Niagara Falls had its water "turned off" in 1969 for an erosion study. Barcroft Media / Getty Images 23. This group of fishermen enjoying a view of the Golden Gate Bridge under construction in 1930s. Underwood Archives / Getty Images 24. The Madison Square Garden arena under construction in New York City during 1966. Fox Photos / Getty Images 25. And the United States Capitol without its top in 1859. William England / Getty Images See more fascinating historic pictures at Getty Images.