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The Tallest Lego Minifigure in The World Was Unveiled at Legoland Windsor Resort

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The tallest Lego minifigure in the world was unveiled at Legoland Windsor Resort (Berkshire, England), and her creators say kids will be able to literally “look up to” her. Continue reading »

A Stunning Luxury Villa Is Created out Of a Boeing 737 Jet

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Perched 150 meters above sea level on a Bali cliff, the Private Jet Villa by Hanging Gardens, converted from a Boeing 737, stands as a unique luxury accommodation. Continue reading »

McDonald’s located in the “Middle of Nowhere” Activates Conspiracy Theories

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Because of its unusual location – in rural Quebec, Canada, surrounded by farmland – a McDonald’s restaurant that opened only a week ago has gone viral on social media. Continue reading »

The Instagram Account That Teaches You Finnish Language With A Twist

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The Instagram account, which has over 20K followers, showcases the richness and humor of the Finnish language and culture. Continue reading »

Two Women Demonstrate How to Turn This Sidecar in to a Small Caravan With Two Beds in 1958

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In 1958, in the heart of the British summer, two women embarked on a unique weekend adventure in the UK, as captured in these extraordinary photographs. The images depict the duo on a motorbike with a sidecar, which they ingeniously convert into their overnight accommodation. Continue reading »

A Glimpse Into A Snowy Journey Throughout The Medieval Town Of Krakow, Captured by Patryk Biegański

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Photographer Patryk Biegański shares his unique experience of capturing the rare winter moments in Polish cities, particularly in Kraków. He describes the city as a blend of various architectural styles and finds it incredibly pleasurable to walk through its snow-covered medieval streets. Continue reading »

Photographer Recreates Places Around The World On His Desktop Using Miniatures

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Derrick Lin, a photographer, has been crafting miniature scenes that encapsulate the moments and emotions of his life. With the onset of the pandemic, he began to construct miniature representations of famous destinations and landmarks worldwide, envisioning his future travels. Some of these dreams have since been realized, and he continues to expand his collection with more scenes from his bucket list. His ongoing photography series can be viewed on his Instagram account. Continue reading »

Breaking the Boundaries: Visual Exploration of Tourists versus Travelers

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Holidify, an influential platform guiding users to discover remarkable travel destinations across Asia, has unveiled a thought-provoking series of images that explore the distinction between tourists and travelers. Continue reading »

This Super Kitsch Jurassic-Themed Cave Hotel in Egypt

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The Hotel located 10km north Hurghada and 15 Km away from the airport and 10km before El Gouna. The Hotel exterior design is in a unique and wonderful Stone-Rock-Mountain Style same the Landscape, pool areas with integrated lights and plants around the pool and in all public areas throughout 40,000m² of landscaped area, various of water falls and lighting to enjoy the charm of the place. Continue reading »

The 5 Most Delightfully Cheesy Dinosaur Parks


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Dinosaurs were discovered in the 1920s, and a century later Arthur Conan Doyle in The Lost World cemented their image in the minds of ordinary people – they became part of pop culture. Along with this, theme parks began to appear in the U.S. in the 1930s. They grew along the federal highways like mushrooms, and most of them were just awful – about the level of street art from tires. Continue reading »

Stunning Photos of Russian Northern Roads as Roads to Hell

A huge collection of photos of unlucky vehicles on the far northern roads of Russia. Continue reading »

Bizarre Photographs of Thailand’s Buddhist Hell Garden


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Down an ordinary road about 60 miles outside of Bangkok you can explore hell. Scenes at Wang Saen Suk, aka Hell Garden, show visitors what happens when you fail to follow the right path of Buddhism. If your bad deeds outnumber your good deeds you’re in deep trouble. Continue reading »

Tokyo Hotel Launches Futuristic Lantern Dining to Beat Coronavirus


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A high-end resort hotel in Tokyo has come up with a unique way to enable diners to enjoy meals while offering protection against the coronavirus — by covering them with transparent lanterns. Continue reading »

Wonderland Abandoned: The Swift Fall of “Europe’s Biggest Theme Park”


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Wonderland Eurasia, billed as “Europe’s biggest theme park,” opened in Ankara, Turkey, in March 2019. Political turmoil, uneven ride quality, and a lack of attendance caused the massive park to close its doors permanently after less than a year of operation. Continue reading »

Buffalo Horn Cupping Makes Users Look Like a Super Mario Character


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The benefits of cupping as a way to relieve stress, improve athletic performance and overall health have been debated at nauseam, but did you know cupping could help you cosplay as popular Nintendo villain Bowser, aka King Koopa? Continue reading »

There’s an Atmospheric Abandoned Jurassic Park Located in the Heart of Russia


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Three hours from Moscow is the Golden City tourist complex. A park with dinosaurs, rides and the biggest roller coaster in Europe was also planned nearby! It was supposed to open in summer of 2021, but lately a lot has been going wrong, so for now there is an atmospheric unfinished construction with Diplodocs and Tyrannosaurs in the middle of the tall grass. Continue reading »

Remember When Traveling by Train Was Wonderful in the 1950s

Before the start of Amtrak in 1971, the Sunset Limited was operated by the Southern Pacific Railroad. The Sunset Limited is the oldest named train in the United States, operating since November 1894 along the Sunset Route (though originally named the Sunset Express). The Sunset Route (originating in New Orleans) is the southernmost of the three gateways to the West Coast envisioned through the Pacific Railroad Acts. The other two embarked from Chicago and St. Louis. Continue reading »

Once Upon A Time, You Could Ride a Train Right Through the Orange Groves in Southern California

“These cards seems to be part of an advertising campaign by the Southern California Tourist Agency. It probably isn’t, but it certainly highlights the attitude that people had about Southern California. Imagine, Easterners coming to Southern California for the first time and, as the train passes through the orange groves to get to Los Angeles, crowding the back platform of the last car to get a better look at the trees laden with fruit! Continue reading »

It’s Mysterious Circles in Japan: Drone Captures Circles of Trees


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Thanks to drones, the Miyazaki prefectural government captures a pair of mysterious circles made of cedar trees at its forest management site. Continue reading »

Inside the Gruesome Mummies of Guanajuato in the 1950s

The Mummies of Guanajuato are a number of naturally mummified bodies interred during a cholera outbreak around Guanajuato, Mexico in 1833. Continue reading »

A Real-Life Yellow Submarine for Rent

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1960’s: All aboard for the magical mystery tour with the Beatles and their Yellow Submarine, powered by love; because that’s what makes the world go round. Continue reading »

Breiðamerkursandur – Iceland’s Stunning Diamond Beach


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A black sand beach littered with huge chunks of glistening ice has become one of the most visited attractions in Iceland, and for good reason, it looks like something out of a fantasy movie. Continue reading »

Dubai’s Love Lake: Two Hearts in the Middle of the Desert


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Love Lake, a heart-shaped, man-made lake located in the desert near Dubai, is probably one of the most impressive attractions for romantic couples visiting the Middle-East. Continue reading »

Baikal Zen: Rare Phenomenon Makes Rocks Look Like They Are Floating Above Water


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Lake Baikal in Siberia is the deepest freshwater lake in the world, and its particular relationship to the land that surrounds it produces fascinating natural phenomenon—frozen waves of ice, ice caves dripping with long fingers of icicles, frozen methane bubbles, and something called “Baikal Zen,” which is the balancing of rocks on thin pedestals of ice. Continue reading »

Woman Discovers Penis-Shaped Island on Google Earth

A Michigan woman says she could hardly believe her eyes when she discovered an obscure, penis-shaped island in the Pacific Ocean while browsing Google Earth. Continue reading »