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The Wild Burros of Oatman, Arizona


Positioned in the ancient part of old Route 66, in the US state of Arizona, Oatman is full of wild burros —an old Spanish term which means donkeys— roaming the streets.

Moroccan Wall: The Longest Minefield in The World


You may or you may not have heard about “Western Sahara”, but if you consult Google Maps or any other modern atlas, you will notice this region clearly identified in the southern end of Morocco.

The Japanese Soldiers Who Wouldn’t Surrender


Emperor Hirohito’s announcement of Japan’s surrender at the end of the Second Word War came as a blessed relief to millions of Japanese who had suffered during the long hostilities, but not everybody was prepared to lay down their arms.

Agloe: A Fake Town That Became Real


In the 1930s, a small town named Agloe suddenly began appearing on the maps of New York. It was positioned near an unmarked dirt road that led from Roscoe to Rockland, and near to Beaverkill.

The Battle for Castle Itter: The Strangest Battle of WW2


In the waning days of the Second World War, five days after Hitler shot himself in his bunker in Berlin, one of the most bizarre battle took place at a 19th century castle in the Austrian Alps.

Agloe: A Fake Town That Became Real


In the 1930s, a small town named Agloe suddenly began appearing on the maps of New York. It was positioned near an unmarked dirt road that led from Roscoe to Rockland, and near to Beaverkill.

Thilafushi: Maldives’s Garbage Island


What does an island with not a speck of land to spare do to get rid of hundreds of tons of garbage generated each day by its one million yearly tourists and nearly four hundred thousand permanent residents?

The Mysterious Caynton Caves


What appears to be an ordinary rabbit hole in a farmer's field is actually the humble entrance to a large underground cave whose origins are shrouded in mystery.

This Croatian Island Looks Like A Giant Fingerprint


This tiny island in the Adriatic Sea, off the coast of Croatia, has been under a lot of attention in recent times.

Monument to The Armenian Alphabet


Located near the village of Artashavan, close to the highway, in Armenia, stands 39 giant carved Armenian letters dedicated to the language its speakers take pride in.

This Croatian Island Looks Like A Giant Fingerprint


This tiny island in the Adriatic Sea, off the coast of Croatia, has been under a lot of attention in recent times.

Chaiten: The Town Buried By A Volcano


Early in the morning of May 2, 2008, a volcano located about 10 km to the north of the town of Chaitén, near the Gulf of Corcovado in southern Chile, rumbled to life after nearly 10,000 years of inactivity.

Bridegroom's Oak: The Tree With Its Own Postal Address


Bräutigamseiche, Dodauer Forst, 23701 Eutin, Germany If you write a letter addressed to the address above, it will end up in knothole of an oak tree in the Dodauer Forst forest near Eutin in Germany.

The Deepest Metro Stations in The World


The average metro train doesn’t go beyond a few stories underground. But sometimes the geology and the geography of the region, such as the presence of rivers and swamps, forces engineers to go deep underground.

The Witty Epitaphs of Key West Cemetery


A cemetery might seem like an odd destination on a tourist circuit, but the one in Key West, Florida, has a lot of history and some rather interesting tombs.

The Museum of Broken Relationships


An empty bottle of whiskey, a pair of fake breasts, a pair of tattered blue jeans, a toaster, an axe, and a stack of Brazilian Playboy magazines.

The Ruins of Suakin Island


The island town of Suakin, in north-eastern Sudan, was an important port for trade and culture on the East African coast for centuries.

Grime’s Graves: A Neolithic Flint Mine


ma This strange lunar-like landscape in the middle of Thetford Forest in Norfolk, England, looks very similar to mortar craters in Normandy and in Somme from the First World War.

The Fortress of Mimoyecques


About twenty kilometers from the city of Boulogne-sur-Mer, near the hamlet of Mimoyecques, in northern France, lies a once-secret underground Nazi base.

The Colorful Mansions of El Alto


Spread out across the Bolivian highlands, at 4,000 meters, the city of El Alto is predominantly ochre-red, with thousands of low, matchbox-like brick houses with unfinished and unpainted facades lining the sides of dusty, unpaved roads.


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