June 24, 2021
  • June 24, 2021

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See the Most Amazing Mosques Around the World

by on May 29, 2017 0

Ramadan is here, but these architectural and cultural gems deserve a look anytime. By Alexandra E. Petri Roughly one-quarter of the world is Muslim. With facades dressed in mosaics, glowing marble, crowning domes, and spiraling towers, their mosques are awe-strikingly stunning from the outside. Look deeper to exquisite interiors, accentuated by magnificent Persian carpets or […]

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6 Terrifying Natural Disasters in History

by on May 21, 2017 0

Along the history, there have been a lot if scary natural disasters that caused big loss such environmental damages, financial loss, and even deaths. Here are some horrifying natural disasters that ever happened. China Flood (1931) The flood was caused by the overflow of Yellow River (Huang He). It was actually not the first time […]

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Fugu, the Most Deadly Fish in the World

by on May 15, 2017 0

Fugu is a kind of rare and expensive fish originated from the Pacific Ocean. This fish is considered as poisonous because almost every part of it such as skin, muscle, liver, skin, and other organs contain tetrodotoxin which is a powerful toxin that is very harmful to anyone eating it. Although Fugu is poisonous, this […]

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14 Most Dangerous Roads That Take Your Breath Away

by on May 11, 2017 0

Anyone who has ridden a roller coaster at least once knows the expression “to have your heart in your mouth.” However, it’s unlikely this entertainment can be compared with highways built at an altitude of several kilometers over an abyss, in a lonely desert, above the water, or even below it. We invite you to […]

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9 Amazing Tree Houses You Can Actually Sleep In

by on May 10, 2017 0

This hotel trend definitely took root and branched out globally. By Austa Somvichian-Clausen Think tree houses are just rickety pieces of lumber crafted into backyard forts for kids? Think again. Tree house hotels are a fast-growing trend that allows anyone to escape the mundane with a new perspective on nature. Not only are tree house […]

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The Amazing Tottori Sand Dunes Japans

by on May 8, 2017 0

Escape the big city lights and get lost in this spectacular desertscape. Sea winds sweep over Tottori’s rolling sand dunes along Japan’s coast. The area has shrunk in recent years due to changing sea currents and the encroachment of plants. By Alexandra E. Petri Stretched along the Sea of Japan just outside the city of […]

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The Energy of Future Looks Strikingly Artistic from Above

by on May 5, 2017 0

A photographer shares his unique perspective on the growing wind and solar power industries. Large Scale Solar Power in Nevada Some large-scale solar power installations concentrate sunlight on a pipe of oil that, once heated, boils water to generate electricity. Others, like this one in Nevada, reposition mirrors to focus sunlight on a central receiver […]

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The World’s Largest Salt Flat – Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni

by on May 4, 2017 0

Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni can make for an incredible experience or a logistical nightmare. Plan your trip with these tips. A thin layer of water transforms Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni into a striking reflective canvas. By Elizabeth Unger Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni is considered one of the most extreme and remarkable vistas in all of […]

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