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The World’s First Underwater Restaurant in Red Sea

Posted on 08 April 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

We have already seen many of different aquariums from all over the world, but, we had never chance to write about undersea restaurant. Here is one undersea restaurant which is claimed to be the world’s first ever built underwater restaurant. It is built in Eliat, Israel, under the Red Sea. It was built about ten […]

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Most Dangerous Rope Bridge In The World – Hussaini Hanging Bridge

Posted on 24 March 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

The Hussaini- Borit Lake Bridge is considered as one of the most dangerous as it is very old, narrow, and too high above the lake and to top it all the wooden planks are missing. This only the tip of the iceberg, as this dangerous rope bridge is the only means for the local people […]

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The Crater Lake – A Lake With A Legend

Posted on 22 March 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

The Crater Lake is a legendary lake with spiritual powers as stated by the local Klamath Tribe of Native America. They consider the Crater Lake as a sacred site formed as a result of the battle between their sky God Skell and Llao the God of the underworld .And that the consequent destruction of the […]

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Plitvice Lakes – The Most Beautiful Lakes In Europe

Posted on 12 March 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

If you want to see beauty on earth, pack your bags and head to Plitvice lakes located in Croatia. The Picturesque beauty of the Plitvice lakes makes it one of the oldest tourist sites. Sixteen lakes form the Plitvice lakes National Park. These lakes are surrounded by three mountains. So one can see why the […]

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The King’s Walkway – World’s Most Dangerous Walkway

Posted on 03 March 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

The King’s Walkway can be touted as one of the deadliest and the most dangerous walkways in the world, situated at El Chorro, near Alora in Malaga, Spain. It is simply not for those who have alto-phobia. The construction of the walkway was incepted in the year 1901 and it took four years for the […]

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Pitch Lake – A Natural Asphalt Resource

Posted on 02 March 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

Sir Walter Raleigh first discovered the Pitch Lake while cruising through La Brea in southwest Trinidad. The Pitch Lake is one of the several natural asphalt lakes in the world. Since its discovery in 1595, several investigations and research have been conducted to determine the chemical composition and use of this substance found in the […]

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Tokyo Storm Water Discharge Channel

Posted on 18 February 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

Advance planning that leads to the security of the citizens of the country is always welcomed, more especially if it is something related with the natural catastrophes. These natural disasters are simply unpredictable and dealing with them looks like an insurmountable task. Though hugely expensive, but it is worth taking over, for the millions of […]

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San Zhi-Haunted Homes Of Taipei

Posted on 07 February 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

San Zhai looks like an abandoned housing complex from Taipei, Taiwan. The rounded domes of the houses are an architectural delight and fantastically futuristic. The houses were built in the early 1980’s and targeted at rich Taipei residents of that time. The homes were built far from the city and served as homes for vacation […]

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History Behind The Abandoned Subway In Cincinnati

Posted on 04 February 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

Beneath the streets of Cincinnati, Ohio, a set of visibly unused tunnels and stations for a rapid transit system could be seen. It is the abandoned subway of Ohio, called the Cincinnati Subway, infamous for its incomplete construction. The subway has been termed as “one of the city’s biggest embarrassments” and “one of the Cincinnati […]

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The Living Bridges Of The Cherrapunji

Posted on 03 February 2010 in: Featured Articles, Places

It is incredible to see the bridges in Cherrapunji grow on their own, instead of being built. They are called ‘Living Bridges’ of Cherrapunji. Cherrapunji, in Meghalaya, India, is famous for the highest amount of rainfall in the world. It is not only the maximum rainfall that you witness here, but the place is adorned […]

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