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The Stopping of Niagara Falls in 1969


Endeavor to change the course of history, has always been a primary motive of human civilization, through several centuries.

Belogorsky Monastery of St. Nicholas


The Belogorsky Monastery of St. Nicholas, also known as the Belaya Gora Monastery, is located on top of a hill in Belaya Gora or the White Mountains, in Russia, at a distance of 85 kilometers from the city of Perm and about 50 kilometers away from the town of Kungur.

Unseen Pictures of The Vietnam War From The Other Side


What the western world remembers about the Vietnam War is defined by a handful of iconic photographs taken through the lenses of American and other western photographers.

The Coconut Palace, Philippines


The official residence and workplace of the Vice President of the Philippines, in Manila, is a curious attraction.

8 Sound Sculptures That Lets Nature Be The Musician


While most sculptures are intended to be viewed, there are some that strive to stimulate our other senses as well.

Inca Tern: The Bird With A Magnificent Moustache


The Bougainville moustached kingfisher might be the one with word “moustache” in its name but it’s the dark grey plumaged Inca tern of the family Sternidae that sports the most magnificent whiskers.

A Blast From The Past: Episode 8


A collection of interesting articles that you may have missed, pulled out from Amusing Planet’s past archives.

Gomantong Caves: The Caves of Horrors


Deep in the steamy jungles of Borneo, in Malaysia, is a massive crack in the limestone outcrop that leads to an intricate system of caves.

155-Year-Old Mouse Trap in a Museum Claims Another Victim


The University of Reading's Museum of English Rural Life has caught a mouse in a trap, but not on one laid by the museum staff to catch pests and rodents that frequently enter the museum’s building and cause menace.

The Bombed-Out St Dunstan in The East Church of London


One of London’s best kept secret is a small derelict church, or what remains of it, half way between London Bridge and the Tower of London, known for its green garden and tranquil atmosphere.

Gomantong Caves: The Caves of Horrors


Deep in the steamy jungles of Borneo, in Malaysia, is a massive crack in the limestone outcrop that leads to an intricate system of caves.

This Ordinary Suburban Home Has an Outrageous Interior


This ordinary looking middle-class house in Newport, Oregon, with creamy white siding, yellowed brick, and a two-car garage blends perfectly with the neighborhood.

Pholisma Sonorae: A Strange Looking Flowering Plant


Pholisma sonorae, commonly known as sand food, is one of the most bizarre wildflowers of North America.

The Gold Mines of Serra Pelada


In the early 1980s, Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado travelled to the mines of Serra Pelada, some 430 kilometers south of the mouth of the Amazon River, where a notorious gold rush was in progress.

Europe's First Underwater Sculpture Museum


The island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands, Spain, has set up of the first set of sculptures in what will be the first completely underwater museum in Europe.

The Mysterious Marree Man of South Australia


In June 1998 a local pilot flying over the remote South Australian desert discovered an enormous drawing of an Aboriginal man hunting with a throwing stick made on the desert floor, about 60 km west of the town of Marree.

Satellite Images or Microscopic Photos?


While going through my daily reading list, one particular image posted on the Tumblr blog Daily Overview, which publishes high quality satellite photos of interesting places, grabbed my attention.

The Belogradchik Fortress, Bulgaria


Located on the north slopes of the Balkan Mountains, close to the northwestern Bulgarian town of Belogradchik, is the Belogradchik Fortress, also known as Kaleto Fortress.

Dominic Wilcox Turns Kids’ Crazy Inventions Into Real Products


We all have brilliant ideas for products that could make certain chores easier to perform if only they could be turned into reality.

The Carved Stone Balls of Scotland


For the last 150 years archeologists have been digging up a peculiar class of objects in north-east Scotland.


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