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Mystery of The Lost Amber Room


In the grand palace of Catherine I, the second wife of Peter the Great and Empress of Russia, there once existed a magnificent golden room adorned from floor to ceiling with precious amber, gold and other semi-precious stones.

Denki Buro: The Electric Baths of Japan


Many public bath houses in Japan have special pools lined with live metal electrodes for those peculiar bathers who would rather have actual electricity surging through their bodies than have coffees like normal folks.

Chaka Salt Lake: Mirror Of The Sky


atChaka Salt Lake near the town Chaka in Wulan county is one of the most beautiful lakes of the Qaidam Basin in Northwest China’s Qinghai province.

Denki Buro: The Electric Baths of Japan


Many public bath houses in Japan have special pools lined with live metal electrodes for those peculiar bathers who would rather have actual electricity surging through their bodies than have coffees like normal folks.

A Blast From The Past: Episode 25


bFrom the archives of Amusing Planet. Island Of The Dolls: Mexico’s Creepiest Place The Island Of The Dolls (Isla de las Muñecas), located in the vast network of canals that lies to the south of Mexico City, near Xochimilco is one of the creepiest tourist attraction in Mexico.

Boiling Lake of Dominica


The Morne Trois Pitons National Park in the island country of Dominica, in the Caribbean, is an area of significant volcanic activity.

‘Fallen Star’, University of California, San Diego


Teetering on the corner and edge of Jacobs School of Engineering at the University of California, San Diego, is a small cottage that appears to have been picked by a tornado and dropped on to the ledge of the towering seven story building.

NASA’s Mars Explorers Requirement Posters


Continuing with the theme of imaginary space-based scenarios, NASA has released a new set of posters calling for explorers to join them on their journey to Mars.

Polar Stratospheric Clouds And Its Dark Secret


Sometimes deep into the winter, after sunset or before dawn, sheets of unbelievably bright and vividly colored clouds can be seen forming against the partially dark twilight sky.

Casa di Giulietta: Juliet’s House in Verona


Shakespeare’s famous play “Romeo and Juliet” maybe a work of fiction, but that hasn’t stopped hundreds of thousands of romantics from making pilgrimage to Verona to see the balcony where Juliet supposedly stood while Romeo declared his love.

Polar Stratospheric Clouds And Its Dark Secret


Sometimes deep into the winter, after sunset or before dawn, sheets of unbelievably bright and vividly colored clouds can be seen forming against the partially dark twilight sky.

Subway Pushers of Japan


The Japanese rail network is known throughout the world for its superiority and punctuality. In the capital city Tokyo, nearly 40 million passengers ride the rail every day, heavily outweighing other modes of transport like buses and private cars.

Campo Del Cielo Meteorite Field


About 4,000 to 5,000 years ago, a huge chunk of space rock fell in Argentina, but it didn’t fell in one piece.

Monument to The Conquerors of Space


In the early 1960s, the Soviet Union was way ahead of the United States in the space race. They launched the first artificial satellite of earth, Sputnik 1, in 1957 and then launched the first man into space, Yuri Gagarin, in 1961.

Campo Del Cielo Meteorite Field


About 4,000 to 5,000 years ago, a huge chunk of space rock fell in Argentina, but it didn’t fell in one piece.

Sperrgebiet: The National Park You Can’t Visit


In southwestern Namibia lies a vast area that’s been off-limits to visitors for more than a century. It stretches along the Namibian coast for a distance of 320 km starting from the South African border at Oranjemund to around 72 km north of Lüderitz.

The Dead Cities of Syria


Scattered across the vast Limestone Massif, in the northwest of Syria, between the Orontes and Afrin Rivers to the west and the Aleppo/Hama highway to the east, are more than 700 abandoned settlements of Roman and Byzantium era dating back to the 5th and 8th centuries.

Sperrgebiet: A National Park You Can’t Visit


In southwestern Namibia lies a vast area that’s been off-limits to visitors for more than a century. It stretches along the Namibian coast for a distance of 320 km starting from the South African border at Oranjemund to around 72 km north of Lüderitz.

Artist Creates Record-Breaking Mural For Rio Olympics


While athletes compete for various titles at Rio’s ongoing Olympic Games, one Brazilian graffiti artist Eduardo Kobra is attempting to enter the Guinness World Record for the largest mural created.

Faro a Colon: The Columbus Lighthouse


In Santo Domingo Este of Dominican Republic, is a towering monument dedicated to Christopher Columbus.


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