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The National 9/11 Memorial Museum

The National 9/11 Memorial Museum, located at the former site of the World Trade Center in New York, was opened in May 2014 to honor the nearly 3,000 people that were killed on September 11, 2001, in one of the worst terrorist attack in the country.

Supai: An Isolated Indian Village Inside the Grand Canyon

Despite being one of the most visited places in the United States, the Grand Canyon area in Arizona, still holds secrets.

Gravity Train as Energy Storage

Energy grids running on renewable energy sources need storage. The most common way to store energy on a grid scale is through “pumped” hydropower, where the excess energy available during off-peak is used to pump and store water at a higher elevation, which can then be released to produce electricity as gravity pulls it down to a lower elevation again.

John Bramblitt, The Blind Painter

These bright and colorful paintings were made by American artist John Bramblitt who lost his eye sight at the age of 30 as a result of complications from epilepsy that he was suffering since the age of 2.

Hiljainen Kansa: The Silent People of Suomussalmi, Finland

Motorists driving along Highway 5, about 30 km north of the small town of Suomussalmi, in north-eastern Finland, are greeted by a peculiar sight.

Ämari Air Force Cemetery

The Ämari Air Force Cemetery is located in the small borough of Ämari, in Harju County, in northern Estonia, near the Ämari Air Base.

Felicity, California: The Center of The World

Does the word “world” represent the earth in its spherical sense, or the surface of the sphere where all living and non-living entities live on?

Laerdal Tunnel: The World’s Longest Road Tunnel

In Norway, it’s practically impossible to drive from one place to another without making a mountain crossing or riding on a ferry across a fjord.

A Town Named ‘Zzyzx’ in California

About half way between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, as you drive along Interstate 15 through the lonely Mojave Desert, you’ll come across an unusual exit sign directing you towards a rather oddly-spelled “Zzyzx Road” (pronounced “Zye-Zex” and rhymes with “Isaacs”).

The Boy And His Leaking Boot

The Boy with the Leaking Boot is a recurring theme of statues that appear throughout the United States.

Ancient Tsunami Warnings Carved in Stones in Japan

"High dwellings are the peace and harmony of our descendants. Remember the calamity of the great tsunamis.

The Great Wall of Kumbhalgarh Fort

Located 84 km north of Udaipur, in the state of Rajasthan, in western India, Kumbhalgarh Fort is the second most important citadel after Chittorgarh in the Mewar region.

Massive Outdoor Escalator in Comuna 13, Medellin

The neighborhood of Comuna 13, located on the periphery of Medellin, the second-largest city in Colombia, is one of the poorest section of the city.

Shot Towers: The Buildings That Revolutionized Ammunition Manufacturing

Ever since the invention of firearms sometime around the thirteenth century, ammunition makers struggled to make lead shots that were perfectly spherical.

Archstoyanie: Russia's Largest Land Art Festival

Every year, thousands of people flock to the small Russian village of Nikola-Lenivets, about 200 kilometers southwest of Moscow on the banks of the river Ugra, to admire land art, architecture and sculptural installations at the annual Archstoyanie Land Art Festival.

The Extraterrestrial Highway, Nevada

Deep in Nevada desert, runs a lonely stretch of highway from State Route 318 at Crystal Springs to U.S.

The Titanic Museum in Branson

The Titanic Museum at Branson, Missouri, is a two story museum dedicated to the doomed ship, shaped like the RMS Titanic itself.

Sky Bike at Mashpi Lodge in Quito, Ecuador

Tucked away amongst the cloud forest in the protected 3,212-acre Mashpi Rainforest Biodiversity Reserve, about three hours northwest of Quito, in Ecuador, is Mashpi Lodge - a sophisticated and contemporary lodge.

Zona del Silencio: The Urban Legend of The Zone of Silence

Deep in the desert in northern Mexico, between the states of Durango, Chihuahua and Coahuila, is an area known as zona del silencio or the "zone of silence", also known as Mapimí Silent Zone for its close proximity to the city of Mapimi.

Eenmaal: The Restaurant For Single Diners

Dining by yourself in public can be an awkward experience, but not if you are at Eenmaal. This Dutch restaurant, named after the Dutch word ‘single’ or ‘one meal’, is filled with tables that can only accommodate one diner at a time.