9 Cities You Can't Believe Change

In the news that we have compiled cities that have undergone much change since the past, there are changes that will really surprise you.

Our world's population rose from 746 million in 1950 to 3.9 billion in 2014. This was a fairly rapid increase, so as to be able to accommodate humanity on this planet, urbanization had to increase and cities had to change. In this article, we bring together 9 cities that have been changed for you.


Dubai is one of the seven islands of the United Arab Emirates. The country was founded in 1833 and by the end of the 90s, Dubai was the desert. Dubai is now one of the world's foremost cities with the influx of great investors and wealthy people.

Buenos Aires

The Nueve de Julio street in Buenos Aires is surrounded by asphalt due to the number of vehicles that have grown in the city since 1937.


The change of the Moscow River in the city of Moscow, which combines the past and the future, since the 19th century


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Chicago is the third largest city in America. Chicago, an industrial city in the 1800s, has become one of the metropolitan cities nowadays, with years of labor migration and urbanization after normal migration.


A photograph of Istanbul's history and culture city, which was the capital of 4 empires, at the beginning of the 1900s and today. Istanbul's population according to the census in 1901 was 942 900, while the population today still retains the title of Turkey's most populous city with 15,067,724.


Border neighbors Neftchiler Street in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan in the 1920s and present.


The magnificent transformation of Suzhou Bay in Shangai, one of the world's largest and most modern cities since 1920.


A photograph of the Grand Palace in the tourist paradise Bangkok in 1822.


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new York

America, perhaps the first city in the city of New York, the city of New York in 1873 and the present full of skyscrapers.

As mentioned earlier, the growth of the population and the progress of technology in the growth and growth of these cities have a large share there is. We have come to the end of the news that lists the cities that have undergone great changes since the past. Stay tuned for more info: