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Peaceful Tree Houses In Costa Rica

Posted on 24 March 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

Maybe you remember from when you were a sildenafil citrate usp msds kid that it was awesome to have a sildenafil 20 mg tablet tree house, cialis coupon or maybe you know it from movies? But does it really exist? Does anyone live in tree houses far up in the trees? The answer sildenafil citrate […]

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Old Abandoned American Prison

Posted on 23 March 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

In a previous article we represented a creepy abandoned Russian prison. Now we want to show you an American abandoned prison. We’re talking about the County Jail that is one of America’s oldest prisons that was built in 1837 but is today abandoned. As you see in the pictures there are a lot of garbage […]

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Old Hanging Bunker at Devil’s Slide

Posted on 07 March 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

Five miles south of San Francisco you will find a a coastal promontory that is called “Devil’s Slide” with a hanging bunker. It lies on the San Mateo County coast between Pacifica and Half Moon Bay. The bunker is divided in two parts that are built on a thick pillar cialis-topstorerx.com of sandstone. They were […]

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Mysterious Ice Balls Near Lake Michigan

Posted on 06 March 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

It’s winter and it’s snowing, what do we do? We make snow balls! But wait a minute, these snow balls are already made, and they are gathered on a beach? Yes, that’s right, these snow or ice balls are made by themselves. The motion of the water and the temperature being just below the freezing […]

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World’s Greatest Gypsum Cave In Russia

Posted on 04 March 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

Mystic caves continues to impress us all, but there are just some few of us that dares to go experience them. We have earlier represented you amazing caves, like the amazing crystal cave under the Mexico Desert or the beautiful underwater caves in Bahamas Blue Holes. But this one is amazing as well, and it […]

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Fairytale Houses With Thatched Roofs

Posted on 28 February 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

As we all know today they build houses with “normal” roofs, and you’ve probably never seen a thatched house which is a very old roofing method and is used in both tropical and temperate climates. With thatching the roof of the house is built out of dry vegetation. The vegetation can be out of straws, […]

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The Blue Mysterious Town In India

Posted on 21 February 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

The world is full of cities with strange nicknames and one of them is the Blue City of India that is also known as Jodhpur. It got that name because every little building and house in this fortress city is painted in a blue color, so from above it looks like a blue spot in […]

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Danish Lighthouse Abandoned Because Of Sand

Posted on 20 February 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

This beautiful lighthouse is unfortunately abandoned. It worked from 1900 until 2002. Coastal erosion and shifting sands led for it to be abandoned. It is called Rubjerg Knude and is situated in Jutland Denmark. It operated on gas until 1908 and it is 60 meters above sea level. Beside the lighthouse there were a museum […]

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Abandoned French Town in Cambodia

Posted on 18 February 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

Outside the town of Kampot in southern Cambodia there is an abandoned French town called Bokor Hill Station. It was built in 1922, and the building of the town is just stunning but really old-looking. If you wonder why it was abandoned the answer is because of a war in the 70’s. The town has […]

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A Geyser Not Like Any Other Geyser

Posted on 08 February 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

This weird fly geyser can be found in Hualapai Valley near Gerlach in Nevada. It “made itself” during the 1960s by all the water and minerals that is their content. Around the geyser small fishes live in the pounds, as well as swans and mallards. This fly geyser is 4 meters high and is built […]

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