What is under the sights of Europe
• What is in the sights of Europe
Photography can reveal the hidden side of things, and that is what the photographer Thomas Senteperi traveling through Europe, trying to do. He visited some of the most popular tourist attractions on the continent and went underground to reveal what lies beneath each place. Senteperi photographed every tourist point on both sides above the ground and below the surface (or bottom right), which led to a fascinating diptychs.
1. Big Ben in London, UK.
Below Big Ben in London, is the abandoned station of Aldwych.
2. St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel in London.
Historic Hotel St. Pancras Renaissance London in London is located on the railway line London Postal Museum.
3 in Krakow, Poland.
After visiting the above-ground buildings and hot points of Krakow in Poland, go into hiding, and you will find a beautiful salt mine in Wieliczka.
4. Barrio de Cuevas in Guadix, Spain.
Barrio de Cuevas is the largest cave complex in Europe, where 3,000 people live.
5. Bourbon tunnel in Naples, Italy.
Below this famous picturesque region of Naples is an ancient underground tunnel Bourbon.
6. The Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Under the world famous city of Paris views Paris is a museum Les Catacombes de Paris, the underground ossuary, where the remains of millions of people are kept.