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Lux Gold – The Foosball Table Of The Kings

Posted on 20 January 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

Foosball, commonly referred to as ‘table soccer’, is a popular indoor sport all over the world. It is improvised soccer, played at a table with handles and rods with figures that control the ball. The players have to strive to push the ball towards the opposite goal, at the same time blocking their own goal. […]

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Model of Moscow

Posted on 18 January 2010 in: Featured Articles, People Oddity

Showcased in one of the Moscow exhibitions, that is being held in the Moscow city town-hall, this mini Moscow or the Model of Moscow depicts the real city layout as if providing someone with an amazing aerial view of the Russian capital. This mini model was built in 1988 and is specifically used for the […]

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Welcome in Cakeland

Posted on 15 January 2010 in: Featured Articles, Food

Looks like a dream filled with all decorative cakes. The Cakeland in Oakland is literally for the sweet addicts. The place which is created to appear as the delicious collection of the tempting cakes all around is actually the artistic work that is articulately done to resemble these amazing collections of delicious cakes. It is […]

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Sea Pig – One of the Ugliest Sea Creature

Posted on 14 January 2010 in: Animal Oddity, Featured Articles

To the common man sea pigs may look like sea creatures produced from a cross between a pig and a slug. To some others it appears to be human fingers growing out of the creature’s mouth. But scientifically, these ugly sea pigs are scotoplanes or sea cucumbers belonging to the genus of the deep sea […]

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Vintage New York Photographs

Posted on 12 January 2010 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

The New York was worth watching between 1920 to 1960. A glimpse of the vintage pictures, take you down into the bygone era, an era that was classic, traditional yet glitzy even after those black-and-white memoirs the people had with them. Those black-and-white photographs still remind us of how the Americans always paid attention to […]

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Abandoned Salt Mine in Romania

Posted on 11 January 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

The Salina Praid is situated 5 km from Sovata, in the Harghita County which is more famously known as the Salt Zone in Romania. Geographically, the basin of Praid can be found on the east coast of the Transylvanian basin (“a huge salt cellar”), at the base of the Gheorgheni Mountains. The history is traced […]

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The Hobbit Motel

Posted on 08 January 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

The Hobbit Motel is a brilliant motel made with a creative bent. Located at Woodlyn Park in Waiton, the motel has a warm and homely feel. The world’s first hobbit Motel started as the only motel with a U –Drive Jet course. Later Billy Blacks Kiwi Cultural show attracted and amazed people from all around […]

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Russian World War 2 Bunkers

Posted on 06 January 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

The World War II bunkers provide an in-sight depth into the amazing history that revolved around the most titanic conflict in the history, that shook the world then and with whose consequences the modern world is still living. The Russian World War II bunker is no more different. Deep in the mountains of Russia, there […]

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Phonehenge – Remarkable Replica Of Stonehenge

Posted on 04 January 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

Phonehenge is one of the fabulously done Stonehenge replicas, in the rock-and-roll themed amusement park called the Freestyle Music Park (formerly called as the Hard Rock Park) near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It is playfully entitled Phonehenge and surrounds a large performance space in the British Invasion section of the park. The park built on […]

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Abandoned Top Secret Soviet Underground Submarine Base

Posted on 28 December 2009 in: Featured Articles, Places

Balaklava, in Ukraine, can even today be remembered for having been one of the secret places in Russia that was extremely famous for its Nuclear Submarine Base. The place witnessed a huge underground submarine base and amazing docks, in USSR, and this was functional till 1996 when the last Russian submarine left Ukraine. But the […]

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