20 February, 2020

    World Cemeteries Collection

    I really love cemeteries and always try to visit them when traveling. There are quite curious specimens. Wamauka, Northern Argentina In the Umauac cemetery, all the graves, as can be seen from the photographs, are guarded by the gnomes. Their houses are visible over every burial place. During the day, all the gnomes were earning money in the city of Huhui - therefore, sorry, none of them got into the frame. ...
    • Japanese company and Disney created unique wedding dresses for princesses

      Japan reaffirms its status as a very original and extravagant country. This time in a seemingly traditional business, like a wedding. Japanese wedding dress company Kuraudia Co. teamed up with Disney to work on a collection of wedding dresses that look the same as in our favorite childhood stories. ...
    • 5 airports that offer free guided tours for passengers awaiting flight

      If you bypass flights with long transfers, because waiting at the airport seems to you the most boring and tiring thing in the world, then this information will greatly please you. Of course, now at the airports they offer all kinds of services to brighten up the leisure of passengers waiting for their plane, but all of them, as a rule, will cost you a pretty penny. ...
    • Berlin golden hat: ancient calendar or headdress of a wizard of the Bronze Age

      Among all the exhibits of the Museum of the prehistoric period and early history in Berlin, this ancient artifact is perhaps the most mysterious. It is completely unclear where he was found, his exact destination has not been fully established, there are only a few basic versions, and the circumstances of his appearance in the museum are shrouded in mystery. ...
    • Top 10 countries to travel in 2019

      Very soon, under the chiming clock, we will be wondering what new countries we would like to see in the coming year. And so that you do not have to get lost in online guides and travel forums, we publish a list of 10 states that the Lonely Planet portal recommends for traveling in the new year. Whether you choose just a couple of countries for 2019 or have a real travel marathon out of a dozen, is not so important. ...
    • 17 bizarre things that can only be found in Japan

      We have already made a lot of materials about the unusual mentality, habits and lifestyle of the Japanese, but they really are so unlike us and any other people on Earth in general that it will not be possible to exhaust the theme of uniqueness soon. Therefore, today we suggest continuing to be surprised at bizarre and at the same time often brilliant things and phenomena that are considered absolutely commonplace in the Land of the Rising Sun. ...
    • Limestone Stone Paper - A Great Alternative to Cutting Down Trees

      World paper production is growing every year, and with it the number of trees cut down on the planet is growing. But it turns out that for the production of paper it is not necessary to destroy the hectares of the forest and all its inhabitants, because this thing necessary for our civilization can be made of limestone and polyethylene. ...
    • 15 touching and cute photos about how cubs learn to be bears

      Everything that we know how, we once studied, and in the process of learning we made mistakes, fell into awkward, sometimes ridiculous situations. And most of the things we learned from our parents. Oddly enough, the animals in this are very similar to humans. For example, huge, scary and formidable bears learn to be like that for many months. ...
    • Vizimbir Village - Mari Switzerland

      The name Vizimbir breathes legends and mystery, and the epithet "Mari Switzerland", which they christened these places, cuts into memory and lures travelers here no worse than advertising on television. I admit, I have never been to Switzerland, but I got to the village of Vizimbir and want to talk about this corner of our country. ...
    • 20 most interesting adventures of our time

      Those who like to feel the adrenaline in their blood and take part in the most risky events with pleasure, which people in their right mind just dare not, will appreciate this selection of the most amazing and interesting adventures. Climbing Everest, the highest peak of the Earth When, in 1953, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay proved by personal experience that it is possible to climb Mount Everest, every climber of that time showed interest in this peak. ...
    • Goran Anastasowski in his pictures shows how magnificent animals

      The animal world is incredible, exciting and amazingly diverse. People have been living on the planet for thousands of years, but are still not familiar with all kinds of living creatures that share earthly space with us. The media every now and then report on the discovery by scientists of new representatives of the fauna. At the same time, mankind, alas, succeeded in destroying or catastrophically reducing the number of many animals. ...
    • Why people walked through the mazes from ancient times, and what benefits they bring

      When it comes to mazes, the naive layman imagines something mysterious and dark, dangerous and mysterious, believing that someone is building them powerful, and his goal is to hide something valuable, confuse and not let go. We immediately remember the labyrinth with the Minotaur or the film with David Bowie and his wards goblins. ...
    • What helped the heyday of the Roman Empire

      Hannibal's mistake The war with Carthage in question was called the Second Punic War (the Puns called the Carthaginians, who, in fact, were Phoenicians). It lasted from 218 to 201 BC. Her most dramatic moment was the rash decision of the famous Carthaginian commander Hannibal to go over with the army of the Alps. ...
    • In China, built a university building, similar to a giant toilet

      In February this year, the Chinese government called for a ban on the construction of "strange buildings." The decision was made after numerous complaints from people about the new design of Beijing Airport, which, according to the Chinese, resembles a large vagina and the building of the daily People's Daily, which looks like a huge penis. ...
    • What happens to airplane food that is not eaten

      Have you ever thought about this issue? But on board the plane there is always food after the flight. Someone refused, someone just slept and did not have time to eat, and no one canceled the "spare sets" (1 for every 100 servings). So what happens to the food that is not chosen? Maybe they give it to airport employees or give it to charities? ...
    • Crimean Seychelles

      Nature gathered recognizable landscapes from all over the globe in Crimea: kuests from Arizona, lavender fields from Provence, Kalmyk steppes with wild tulips, red salt lakes from Senegal, pillars of weathering from Cappadocia, etc. There are also Seychelles in Crimea. Some bays near Cape Fiolent really resemble the bays of Seychelles with their coastline, incredible colors of water, the bottom and cliffs adjoining the water ... Green on blue ... Sliding over the white sand Playing a million sun kites Diving into the buzz Cove of Nature's triumph Shadow Lord Where Time Stops Stone jungle Feathered Robinson Crusoe on a desert island ...