Eighteen Iconic Landmarks That Look Completely Different In Winter

December 9, 2015

OK so that’s not the real Statue of Liberty but our point remains… There’s something very festive about seeing some of the most iconic landmarks from around the globe covered in snow isn’t there?

Below then are what eighteen of our favourite destinations look like covered in snow…

PS. If you’re wondering about the Statue of Liberty above it was taken on Lake Mendota in Wisconsin, 1979, as part of a college prank that involved them telling their campus they’d bought and moved the real Lady Liberty.

Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Louvre – Paris

The Grand Canyon, USA

The London Eye, London, UK

Snow on the South Bank

Venice, Italy

Venice 3

Venice landmarks in winter


Niagara Falls, USA

Niagra falls frozen


The Colosseum, Rome, Italy

Rome Colosseum


Stonehenge, Wiltshire, UK

stone henge covered in snow


St Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow, Russia

Korean War Veterans Memorial, Washington DC, USA

The Windmills of Kinderdijk, Holland

Windmills at Kinderdijk, Holland in winter


Statue Of Liberty (the real one this time), New York, USA

Eiffel Tower, Paris, France

Rare snowy day in Paris. Statue of woman at the Trocadero, the E


Cusco, Peru

Central Park, New York, USA

The White House, Washington DC, USA

Big Ben, London, UK

Big ben in a snow storm winter cruise


Great Wall Of China, China

Great Wall of China covered in snow iconic landmarks


Brrrr! Makes you feel cold doesn’t it!

Have you ever visited any iconic destinations ‘off season’, only to find them covered in snow?

Have we missed any off the list?

Let us know in the comments below…