Rare historical moments are 'colored', giving us a clearer view of the past

History is not only white and black, with the help of digital imaging technology, we have a clearer view of the past.

The impressive moments below are in Dynamichrom , a reconstruction project, to build countless old photos, giving a brighter look at the golden moment of the past.

In it, even the Eiffel Tower with original sepia is very different from the present. Dynamichrom's director, Jordan Lloyd, has partnered with founder Retronaut, Wolfgang Wild to create a book of 124 stunning moments - like a time machine that takes you hundreds of years ago.

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Mulberry Street in Little Italy, New York is crowded with people back and forth in the 1900s. It is named so because there are many mulberry trees.

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Visited the work at Mount Rushmore construction site in 1932. Expected to sculpt famous American characters from start to waist, the capital was cut off so the project stopped in 1941.

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Wilbur Wright gave life to the world's first (non-motorized) airplane in 1902. By 1903, the Wright brothers had created the world's first motorized aircraft.

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Officials stood watching the scene in the giant pipe contributing to the Hoover Dam, located at the boundary between Nevada and Arizona in 1935, construction completed in 1936.

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The first steps in the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge in 1934. This legendary 2.7km long bridge was completed in 1937.

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In 1888, the Eiffel Tower was about to be completed.

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Workers are rushing to perfect the Statue of Liberty inside the sculpture studio Frédéric Auguste Bartkeepi in Paris in 1882.

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By 1881, London Tower Bridge was not connected.It was not until 1894 that it was completed.

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In 1942, during World War II, part of the Taj Mahal complex was camouflaged by bamboo scaffolds to avoid enemy bombers.

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The Scout Bomber Douglas dive bomber with the nickname "Dauntless" is holding the bandage with his nose after "hastily landing" on the carrier in 1943. The first time this type of aircraft was used was the Battle of Pearl. Harbor

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The interior of a U-Boat submarine was salvaged after being sunk in the North Sea in 1918.

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