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The Hills We Wish Were Full Of Chocolate

Posted on 25 August 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

The hills of Bohol province in the Philippines has nothing to do with chocolate, but still they are called the Chocolate hills. Disappointing, but true. We know you would all like to visit a chocolate heaven.   These hills got the name because during the summer times, the green grass turns into a chocolate brown […]

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Unique Handmade Russian Ring

Posted on 23 August 2011 in: Featured Articles, Technology

The decorative ornament that you put on your finger, also known as a ring, is probably something that is not so easy to make. It’s detailed work that you need to have patience with, as well as enough skills. This Russian home made ring looks even more difficult to make than other random ones that […]

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Small Things Get Really Big

Posted on 01 August 2011 in: Featured Articles, People Oddity

Spanish artist Romulo Celdran wanted to make small things look bigger, a lot bigger. He turns everyday objects like gloves, sponges and match sticks, and turns them into oversized items that are overwhelming. He has taken a lot of photos where himself is sitting next to the things. This of course makes him look so […]

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The Biggest Landfill Of E-Waste In Ghana

Posted on 26 July 2011 in: Featured Articles, Technology

When you throw away your old computer or laptop, do you ever think where it’s going? Ghana, India, Vietnam, Pakistan, China and Nigeria. It’s awful, but millions of tons of electronic waste from first world countries goes every year to these countries, mainly to Ghana. People there has therefore begun with illegal e-waste trade. 3000 […]

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Storseisundet Bridge Of Norway Leads You To The Edge

Posted on 22 July 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

They call it the drunk bridge or the bridge to nowhere, but it’s just the Storseisundet Bridge in Norway. It is a part of the “Atlanterhavsveien” which means Atlantic Ocean Road. A lot of tourists actually come here to see this crazy bridge, because it’s really something to see. It’s still a mystery why the […]

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The Incredible Volga Delta

Posted on 21 July 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

You will maybe recognize the river on these photos or maybe you’re not familiar with it. It’s the Volga Delta, the largest river delta in Europe. It drains into the Caspian Sea in Russia’s Astrakhan Oblast. During the past century Volga has grown because of level changes, but it’s still an amazing river delta. It […]

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Rusty Russian Jet Fighters’ Days Are Over

Posted on 18 July 2011 in: Featured Articles, Technology

If you are into old jet fighters, especially the old Soviet ones you will be amazed by the fact that there is a big field near Moscow that holds several of them. Of buy levitra cialis viagra course they’re not in use any more, but they still look safe online pharmacy cialis powerful. As you […]

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Extravagant Bishop Castle In Colorado

Posted on 15 July 2011 in: Featured Articles

In the middle of Cowboy Country Colorado you will find San Isabel National Forest and Bishop Castle. This castle is the work of Jim Bishop and is 160 foot tall and weighs 50 000 tons. It’s made of local stone and it is a family home that is open to public all year around. You […]

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Most Scary And Creepy Playground Ever

Posted on 08 July 2011 in: Featured Articles, WTF

A lot cialis online reviews of people think that clowns are creepy, or even the porcelain dolls, like a lot of children too. But the most creepy thing from children buy viagra online has to be this playground. I really don’t understand what kind of children would enjoy it in here. This is a playground […]

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Beautiful Parts of West Siberia We Didn’t Know About

Posted on 05 July 2011 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

Photography with an “above-view” has always been popular. Here we have a selection of those kinds of photos of The Novosibirsk region which is a part of the West Siberian Plain. It’s a huge area that’s about 178,2 thousand square kilometres. It’s mainly plain but in north there are some huge woodland with lots of […]

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