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The Ninety Mile Beach, Australia

There are a lot of long and straight things in Australia: a 145-km stretch of road without a turning, a 478-km stretch of dead-straight railway track — the longest in the world, and the world’s longest dog fence at over 5,600 km.

Timgad: An Ancient Roman City With a Very Modern Grid Design

The ruins of Timgad lies on the slopes of the Aures Massif, about 35 km east of the town of Batna, in modern-day Algeria.

Bacterial Art on Petri Dishes

The American Society for Microbiology launched its first ever Agar Art contest, inviting microbiologists to unleash their hidden creative genius and produce a piece of art using microbes and petri dishes as tools.

Rollstone Boulder: A Rock That Was Exploded in Order to Preserve

On a traffic island in downtown Fitchburg, Massachusetts, stands a 110-ton granite boulder, known to locals as “the Rollstone Boulder”.

Bodegas Irache’s Wine Fountain

Bodegas Irache is a winery located in the small Spanish town of Ayegui, at the foot of the Mount Montejurra, only two kilometers from the medieval city of Estella.

The Bulford Kiwi

On the gentle slope of Beacon Hill above the military town of Bulford, close to Salisbury Plain in the English county of Wiltshire, there is an immense drawing of a kiwi carved into the chalk mountain.

Progreso Pier, The World’s Longest

The port city of Progreso, in the Mexican state of Yucatán, boasts of the longest pier in the world. Built with reinforced concrete, the pier juts out into the Gulf of Mexico for a distance of 6.5 km, and looks more like a bridge to some distant land.

Sansha: A City That Includes Almost an Entire Ocean

On July 2012, China announced a new prefecture-level city called Sansha whose seat of administration lies on what it calls Yongxing Island, in the South China Sea, some 350 kilometers southeast of Hainan Island.

Ilha da Queimada Grande, The Snake Island

Ilha da Queimada Grande, nicknamed Snake Island, is a 430,000-square-meter island located about 33 km off the coast of the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

Every Photo From NASA's Apollo Missions Are Now on Flickr

Surely, you have seen many images from the Apollo missions, including some of the most iconic space photos in history, but you've never seen anything like this before.

The Meenakshi Temple of Madurai, India

The iconic Meenakshi Temple is located in the ancient city of Madurai in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

The Rocking Horses of Lincoln

In the town of Lincoln, in the US state of Massachusetts, off Old Sudbury Road, is a patch of deserted farmland where people keep mysteriously leaving old rocking horses.

The Monumental Earthworks of Stan Herd

Since the late 1970s, American artist Stan Herd has been creating gigantic crop art — portraits and other images he creates by plowing, planting, and mowing on large tracts of farmland all around the globe, but especially in his homeland Kansas.

Alila Jabal Akhdar Resort in Oman

The Alila Jabal Akhdar Resort is located in the heart of Jabal Akhdar, more than 2,000 meters up and isolated in Al Hajar Mountains range in Oman, about 150 km from Muscat.

The Crumbling Ruins of ‘Shwe Inn Thein’ Pagodas of Indein, Myanmar

On the western bank of Inle Lake, in the heart of Myanmar’s jungles, lies the small village of Indein with hundreds of ancient pagodas of many shapes and sizes and in various states of ruin.

The Greater Green River Intergalactic Spaceport

The Greater Green River Intergalactic Spaceport in the US state of Wyoming, although sounds fantastic, is actually a disappointing dirt landing strip located about 7 km south of the central business district of Green River, on a mountain known locally as South Hill.

The Mysterious Phenomenon of Bamboo Flowering

Bamboos are the fastest-growing plants on Earth. A typical bamboo grows as much as 10 centimeter in a single day.

Monte Kali: A Mountain of Table Salt

Monte Kali is an unusual landmark in the small town of Heringer in eastern Hesse, Germany. It’s a spoil heap containing nothing but sodium chloride or common table salt, which is a byproduct of potash mining.

M-185: The Only US Highway Where Motor Vehicles Are Banned

Highway M-185 in the U.S. state of Michigan, is the safest road in America because it is the only state highway in the nation where motor vehicles are banned.

Ethiopian Tribe Recycles Modern World’s Discards Into Fashion Accessories

The Daasanach are a semi-nomadic tribe numbering approximately 50,000 individuals who live in the Omo Valley in southern Ethiopia.