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Underwater Wedding in Bora-Bora

1180 Underwater Wedding in Bora Bora

The stunning wedding was organized by a dive club called Top Dive, which has launched a new concept for wedding tourism in French Polynesia. The bride and groom held hands as they stood in front of a Polynesian priest who performed their eye-watering ceremony. (Photo by Ben Thouard/AFP Photo)

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WHUDAT @ Maldives 2014 – Part 3: Angsana Ihuru

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Step onto an island where nature beckons and plush comforts await. Let your eye wander across the endless stretch of the deep blue sea, rich with dazzling marine life. Feel the excitement in the air seep into your veins and flow through your being. German lifestyle-magazine WHUDAT was there to experience Angsana Ihuru, the island, which is yours when you are there.

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Baldface Lodge

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With over 32,000 acres of open bowls, peaks, perfectly spaced trees and 500+ inches of snow all accessed by snowcats, guests never have to worry about waiting for lifts or competing for fresh tracks. A quick 10-minute helicopter ride transports guests to the Lodge for 3 and 4-day all-inclusive, guided snowcat skiing and boarding trips.

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World Heritage Gassho Zukuri Farmhouses Hold Water-Discharge Exercise

1151 World Heritage Gassho Zukuri Farmhouses Hold Water Discharge Exercise
The frond house is Wada House, the biggest house at Shirakawa-go. Water is seen discharged over the traditional farm houses at Shirakawa-go, the UNESCO World Heritage site on November 9, 2014 in Shirakawa, Japan. This annual drill is held to prevent fire. (Photo by Kaz Photography/Getty Images)

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End of Life in Japan

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The “Ruriden”, a cemetery that uses high powered LED lights to illuminate over 2,000 Buddha statues carved in crystals, is pictured in downtown Tokyo November 4, 2014. Funeral arrangements are normally left to those who have been left behind but the latest trend in Japan, which literally translates to “End of life” preparations, is for the ageing to prepare their own funerals and graves before they set off on their journey to the great beyond. With a population that is expected to shrink by nearly 30 million people over the next 50 years, the market for funerals, graves and anything related to the afterlife is still very much alive. (Photo by Toru Hanai/Reuters)

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Catalonia – the Consultation of Citizens

1142 Catalonia – the Consultation of Citizens
Figures of Catalonian traditional Christmas crib called “caganer” (the defecator) of a human ballot box with a positive vote despicting in the act of defecation, released in Torroella de Mongri town, Catalonian region, northern Spain, 04 November 2014. The “caganer” is a traditional figure of the Caralonian nativity scenes for at least two centuries. This year, the referendum for independence that was scheduled for next 09 November, Real Madrid as Champions League winner and Torrente character will be “caganers”. (Photo by Robin Townsend/EPA)

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Venezuela’s Eternal Storm

1140 Venezuelas Eternal Storm
A girl skips with a rope in the village of Ologa in the western state of Zulia, Venezuela October 23, 2014. This year the Catatumbo Lightning was approved for inclusion in the 2015 edition of Guinness World Records, dethroning the Congolese town of Kifuka as the place with the world’s most lightning bolts per square kilometer each year at 250. Scientists think the Catatumbo, named for a river that runs into the lake, is normal lightning that just happens to occur far more than anywhere else, due to local topography and wind patterns. (Photo by Jorge Silva/Reuters)

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Leonhardi Procession in Bavaria

1105 Leonhardi Procession in Bavaria
Farmers dressed in traditional Bavarian costumes ride in a wooden carriage on the way to the chapel on the Kalvarienberg in Bad Toelz, during the Leonhard procession November 6, 2014. The Leonhardi Ritt procession is an annual event that started in the 17th century to pray to St. Leonhard, the patron saint of animals. (Photo by Michaela Rehle/Reuters)

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Bluesmart Carry-On

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Travelling on a plane just got easier with the Bluesmart Carry-On, a high quality carry-on suitcase that you can control from your smartphone. Using the app, it enables you to lock and unlock your suitcase, find out its weight with the built-in digital scale and get notifications if you ever get separated from it. The app also provides you with info regarding your trips like miles traveled, airports visited and much more. The Bluesmart Carry-On has a built-in battery that enables you to recharge your devices six times over, something essential if you are stuck at an airport.

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A Rare Look Inside North Korea

1101 A Rare Look Inside North Korea
North Korea has closed its borders in fear of the spread of the Ebola virus. But at a time when the secretive state was still welcoming tourists, former aid worker Andrew Macleod made the journey to the repressive nation. Andrew’s holiday snaps and camera footage provide a unique insight into the reclusive country, where he came across deserted motorways, metro stations plastered with propaganda and attractive border guards. Here: Andrew MacLeod in front of portraits of Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-il in February 2013, in Pyongyang, North Korea. (Photo by Andrew Macleod/Barcroft Media)

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WHUDAT @ Maldives 2014 – Part 2: Kandolhu

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The island Kandolhu is lush, with wide sandy beaches surrounding the emerald green and is home to one of the most pristine, colourful and lively house reef in the Maldives. Located 70 kilometres south west of Malè in North Ari Atoll, Kandolhu Island is reached in 25 minutes by seaplane. German lifestyle-magazine WHUDAT was there to experience the exquisite Maldives resort which features just 30 villas that perfectly combine natural elements of the Maldives with modern architecture and creature-comforts, in creating an experience so memorable that it will stay with you forever.

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The World’s Biggest Communist Monument in Bulgaria

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The Buzludzha Mountain is considered a communist shrine of Bulgarian Communists. This is not just a selected place; it is a historical feature, which later was turned into a place of worship.

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Annual Sheep Parade in Madrid

The right to use droving routes that wind across land that was open fields and woodland before Madrid grew from a rural hamlet to the great metropolis it is today has existed since at least 1273. Every year, a handful of shepherds defend the right and, following an age-old tradition, on Sunday paid 25 maravedis – coins first minted in the 11th century – to city hall to use the crossing. Shepherds have a right to use 78,000 miles of paths for seasonal livestock migrations from cool highland pastures in summer to warmer and more protected lowland grazing in winter. The movement is called transhumance and in Spain up until recently involved close to a million animals a year, mostly sheep and cattle.

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Children in traditional attire walk next to sheep during the annual sheep parade through Madrid November 2, 2014. Shepherds parade the sheep through the city every year in order to exercise their right to use traditional routes to migrate their livestock from northern Spain to winter grazing pasture land in southern Spain. (Photo by Susana Vera/Reuters)

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Sanzhi – An Abandoned Resort in Taiwan

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Sanzhi is a nonexistent ghost resort town, the construction of which was started in the seventies of last century. The main feature of this resort was its futuristic design.

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Los Angeles, the World in a City

252 Los Angeles, the World in a City
A combination photograph shows Los Angeles area street signs which mark the boundaries of neighbourhoods in Los Angeles, Long Beach and San Pedro, California in pictures taken between August 7 to 19, 2014. The Little Lithuania sign has been approved by the city, but not put up yet, and is held by Joseph Pupius, 79, who is from Lithuania. (Photo by Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)

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