Ever wondered how the world would have looked like from bird’s eye view?

There are several perks of being a human and one of the major one is that we can travel, explore and see all the extraordinary places that this world has to offer, whether it is a natural landscape or grandeur of man-made buildings. However, birds sometimes beat us humans in term of experiencing the world from the best angle possible, the aerial view.

Well, thanks to all the recent technological developments, one does not need to transform into a bird to see the world from above. Enjoy the amazing collection of breathtaking aerial shots of the famous landmarks of earth taken from bird’s eye view!

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Image: Facebook: iamsterdam / Via reddit.com

Athens, Greece

Image: imgur

Bac Son Valley, Vietnam

Image: 500px / Hai Thinh

Barcelona, Spain

Image: Flickr / Aldas Kirvaitis

Bern, Switzerland

Image: imgur

Chicago, USA

Image:  Flickr / Robert Elves

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Image: Michaelphillipe

Male, Maldives

Image:  500px / Mohamed Abdulla Shafeeg

Mangroves in New Caledonia

Image: Yann Arthus Bertrand

Marina Bay, Dubai, UAE

Image: airpano

Maze at Longleat, England

Image: archive.4plebs.org

Mexico City, Mexico

Image: Pablo Lopez Luz

Moscow, Russia

Image: imgur

Mount Reinebringen, Norway

Image: imgur

Namib Desert, Namibia

Image credits: 500px / SysaWorld Roberto Moiola

Niagra Falls, Canada

Image: The Zooom

Nördlingen, Germany

Image: Flickr / Klaus Leidorf

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Image: Flickr / Antonello

Seattle, Washington, USA

Image credits: Thatcher Photography

Shanghai, China

Image: Flickr / Mike Hedge

Sydney, Australia

Image: fuckyeahsydney.tumblr.com

Terraced Rice Fields, China

Image: Thierry Bornier

Tulip Fields, Netherlands

Image:  Flickr / Bruxelles5

Turin, Italy

Image: bass_nroll / Getty Images

Vancouver, Canada

Image: tourismvancouver.com / Via cupc2012.phas.ubc.ca

Vatican City

Image: Flickr / Randy P

Venice, Italy

Image: Yann Arthus Bertrand

References: Earth Porm, Bored Panda

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