Gorgeous Vintage Postcards of Incredible Architecture Around the World

The postcard has quite the storied history. The first known picture postcard was sent from Vienna as a souvenir, but images of the sparkling new Eiffel Tower in 1889 gave impetus to the postcard, leading to the little convenient cards’ golden age at the turn of the century. The tourist images of time past serve as glossy memories we cherish today. To help you over the hump, we’ve rounded up some of the best architectural nostalgia. From 3 1/2 x 5″ renditions of Oscar Niemeyer’s glorious graphic structures to obscure designs in Casablanca and Tijuana, click through to check out vintage shots of the most incredible retro architecture in the world.

Bath-Yam Municipal Building by Zvi Hecker, Eldar Sharon and Alfred Neumann – Tel Aviv, Israel

Image credit: Making Up Postcards