Do you believe that there were at least 4 persons in this world who has the same face like yours? Although there is no scientific evidence to prove this saying, everyone sure has someone who looks like them somewhere in the world, or perhaps in your own family but with generations apart. Now take a look at these photos, they were born in different decades and centuries but they look alike as if they were twins. Some of them are even not blood related.
An Aunt and Her Niece
Great-Grandmother Michelle and Great-Granddaughter Lucy (Born 87 years apart)
Their smile are so similar!
Similar face, similar pose, different cloth but same person?
Definitely not the same person.
Are they twins? No. They are not even blood related
Twins who look alike with another twins but they were born generations apart and not blood related.
Great-Grand-Aunt Ida (born 1898) and Great-Grand-Niece Caroline (born 1981)
They were born 83 years apart but somehow they look 95% alike in the photo.
Olaus (born 1871) and Max (born 1991)
120 years apart but seems like nothing much has changed.
John Brownlow First Viscount Tyrconnel, Knight of the Molt Honorable Order of the Bath circa 1740 (on the left) and John Brownlow (on the right) who born in 1953
This is one of the most impressively of all because they were born more than 200 years apart. All the photos above are from: Pinterest.
Four generations apart but together in one photo
Photo credit: Pinterest
Now this is the most remarkably of all because they were born in different century and not blood related
On your lef is Sun Yat-sen, the first president and founding father of the Republic of China, and is known by the posthumous name Father of the Nation. On your right is a normal Taiwan citizen, Xie Cheng-Hong, who was born decades apart. He has no blood related to Mr. Sun Yat-sen. Simply amazing.
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