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Inside Robert Scott’s Abandoned Hut On Antarctica

Posted on 25 January 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

Born on June 6th 1868 in England, Robert Falcon Scott, a British Royal Naval Officer and an Antarctic explorer was famous for his two expeditions to the South Pole. He was the third child of his parents in Devon. His family was traditionally in the armed services, and he carried the legacy further. He had […]

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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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The Cano Cristales – River of Rainbow in Colombia

Posted on 23 December 2009 in: Featured Articles, Places

The Cano Cristales, touted as the most beautiful river in the world (also called as the “River of five colors”), is definitely a treat to human eyes. It is so indistinguishable from other rivers of the world, that just a look at it or a beautiful visit to it can leave an everlasting impression on […]

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The Float at Marina Bay – The Only Floating Stadium in the World

Posted on 23 December 2009 in: Featured Articles, Places

‘The Float at Marina Bay’, is an architectural treat to the eyes. It is the only stadium in the world that literally floats. At 120 meters long and 83 meters wide, this floating stage is the largest in the world. Located on the Marina Reservoir in Marine bay, this massive stage has the capacity of […]

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The Island Of The Dolls – A Dark Tourist Attraction In Mexico

Posted on 16 December 2009 in: Featured Articles, Places

A world renowned tourist destination is “La Isla de la Munecas”- a Spanish name which means the Island of the dolls. This Island of dolls is situated in Mexico and as the name suggests, one expects to see a beautiful world which will leave an everlasting impression. But the reality is exactly opposite and very […]

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The Mysterious Sailing Stones of Death Valley

Posted on 17 November 2009 in: Featured Articles, Places

It is one big mystery that a stone that weighs more or less like a man can move on its own. This has become quite a puzzle for the past decade. The mysterious sailing stones of Death Valley have been discovered to slide over valleys that people do not live in. These valleys are filled […]

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