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16 famous movie locations, then and now

It would be nice if iconic movie and TV locations were preserved in amber and left untouched by foot-and-blue print forevermore.

Actually no, sorry, that would be a horrible and stupid inconvenience to just about everyone. Los Angeles would be uninhabitable. Game of Thrones would lay claim to the entire Northern Irish countryside. Times Square would turn into a glitching wasteland.

No, places change and that we have to expect. And those time-induced transitions are interesting anyway - just look at these 'then-and-now' snaps by Instagrammer Phil Grishayev...

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