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History is filled with unusual tales, and sometimes we're lucky enough to see them preserved forever in pictures. Here are the 30 most unique and bizarre photos in history.
Nuria López Torres’ photo essay, “Sex and Revolution in Cuba,” captures the faces of the LGBTQ+ community in Cuba.
Joe O'Donnell traveled to Nagasaki weeks after the atomic bomb and photographed a Japanese boy standing at attention, but why?
These nineteenth-century women challenged social norms by expressing themselves through their tattooed bodies.
The photos of Elsie and Frances playing with fairies at their cottage became a worldwide sensation that proved fairies were real.
Imagine leaving behind everything you know for the chance of a better life. For millions of people, that dream became true the moment they saw the Statue of Liberty and set foot on Ellis Island.
Francisco Mata Rosas presents a transmedia project showing the different perspectives lived in this cultural and iconic geographical spot.
“As an artist and a human being, I will always protect and support the powerless."