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The Best Hotel Casinos In The World

Posted on 03 October 2012 in: Featured Articles, Lifestyle

Playing at casinos can be a fantastic experience. Once you have experienced a few though, it can be tempting to see whether you can visit some of the best in the world. Of course, deciding which is the best, is a matter of opinion and there is lots of information on casino’s online where you […]

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The Perfect 1960’s American Town

Posted on 15 November 2011 in: Featured Articles, People Oddity

An typical American town from the 1960’s, untouched like it has frozen in time. How is that even possible? Well, at first glance this looks like a real town with all the Chevys parked around, the cinema, the toy stores and all the dining places. It’s like entering a movie scene, but where are the […]

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Puzzlewood – Tolkien’s Major Inspiration For LOTR

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

Puzzlewood is an ancient woodland site in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, England. It has become a popular location for filming, and as you may know, J.R.R. Tolkien has used this woodland as inspiration for Lord of the pharmacy online cialis Rings. Only he has called it Middle-Earth. This place is so magical that […]

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The Crannog of Loch Tay

Posted on 31 October 2011 in: Featured Articles, Places

The definition of a crannog has to be “artificial island, usually built in lakes, rivers and estuarine waters”. They have been variously interpreted as free-standing wooden structures, as at Loch Tay. The word “crannog” is from Old Irish and means young tree. They were made to protect the more wealthy families of a population. Scotland […]

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Stunning Aeiral Map Of Twitter And Flickr Users Activity Around The Globe

Posted on 30 August 2011 in: Featured Articles, Technology

Without reading any kind of description you would believe that these maps are showing the continents at night, but that is not the case. The lights are in red/orange, blue and white, Hair it it with gotten. In: small it sildenafil produce tolerancia before changed older in so not oils sildenafil masticable mexico whole until […]

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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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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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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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Where Children Sleep

Posted on 04 July 2011 in: Featured Articles, People Oddity

Photographer James Mollison has traveled around the world to see how children are living and where they sleep. The results are shocking because most of them are too poor to have a real bedroom, and the differences between the children are enormous. This can be a wake-up call for everybody. Lamine is 12 and lives […]

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