Historic Photographer of the Year Award 2019 winners announed

Arromanches' Mulberry Harbour by Stéphane Hurel

This Autumn, HISTORY joined forces with Trip Historic to find the most incredible jaw dropping photographs from around the world. Anyone could enter the Historic Photographer of the Year Awards, all you needed was a camera and a brilliant historical location.

From ruined English castles, the Great Wall of China, a ninth-century Buddhist temple and the haunting sea view over an English settlement, here are some of our favourite submissions. 

You can see the full gallery here




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Crowns Engine Houses, Botallack, Paul Templing




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Bagan Archaeological Zone, Ana Caroline de Lima




Ruined Great Wall


Ruined Great Wall, China, Kaiyu Lu




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Carew Castle, Pembrokeshire, Paul Templing




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Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland, Stephan Nicholas Brzozwski




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Former Guard Tower Off Puschkinallee, Berlin, Diane Meyer