Davorin Dinić has spent weeks collecting photos of his hometown of Niš, Serbia and then trying to reconstruct them into present time. He photographed the same objects, from the exact angles and positions as they were originally captured 50, 60 or 100 years ago, and then merged the old and the new photos together. The final effect is astonishing. Check out the photos of Niš that bring history to life.
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1. Voždova street.
2. Street Princess Ljubica, looking towards the Kameni most.
3. The building of the city administration.
4. Corner of Obrenovićeva and Nikola Pašić streets during the car and motorbike races.
5. Serbian Army Building.
6. Istanbul Gate at the Nis Fortress.
7. Istanbul Gate at the Nis Fortress.
8. The tram in the center of NIš.
9. Milojko Lešjanin street.
10. Istanbul Gate at the Nis Fortress.
11. Niš National Theatre.
12. Town Hall, formerly a branch of the National Bank of Serbia.
13. The building of the Supreme Court when it was lower by one floor.
14. Voždova street.
15. King Milan square and the old bridge in the background.
16. Obrenovićeva street.
17. Nišavski kej below the fortress.
18. Motorbike races in the city center.
19. Ballistic mosque in the Fortress.
20. Sinđelićev square.
21. The Holy Trinity Cathedral.
22. Trams on the square of King Milan.