The most clichéd travel photos

Have you ever noticed how tourists visiting the world’s iconic sites all seem to bring back the same photos? There are places around the world that make nearly everyone’s bucket list; the pyramids at Giza, Abbey Road in London and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. And many tourists making their pilgrimage to these sites share the same idea of what to do when they get there: strike a pose and take a photo. And often, they end up taking identical photos.

These are most clichéd travel photos taken at the world’s most iconic sites.

Posing with the Eiffel Tower in the background

Image courtesy: Shutterstock 2015

Standing inside an iconic London phone booth

 

Image courtesy: Flickr 2009

Holding the tip of the pyramid at Giza

Image courtesy: Trip Advisor 2010

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Crossing Abbey Road

Image courtesy: Flickr 2007

Holding up the Leaning Tower of Pisa

Image courtesy: Martin Parr, blog.codedrops.net 1990


Kissing the Sphinx

Image courtesy: Shutterstock 2015

Do these photos look familiar to you? Have you ever struck any of these poses in front of these sites? What are some other clichéd travel photos that you’ve seen?

Written by ameliath



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