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The Sacred Mani Stones of Buddhists


There is a particular six-syllable Sanskrit mantra or hymn that’s very sacred among Buddhist. It’s recited as om mani padme hum, which loosely translates to "Behold!

St John's Eve Bonfire in Alesund


The Feast Day of Saint John the Baptist is celebrated all over Europe and parts of the United States and Canada.

The Giant Sun Mirrors of Rjukan


Rjukan is a small industrial town in the municipality of Telemark, in Norway, that lies at the bottom of a deep valley at the foot of the mighty Gaustatoppen mountain.

Bous a la Mar: The Spanish Festival of Chasing Bulls to The Sea


All throughout the year, but particularly during local festivals, a number of bull-related sports and events take place all over Spain.

Koyashskoye Salt Lake


Koyashskoye is a salt lake located on the coast of the Kerch Peninsula in Crimea, and separated from the Black Sea by a strip of land.

Mount Washington: Home of the World's Worst Weather


Mount Washington, in New Hampshire, is the highest peak in Northeastern United States and the most prominent mountain east of the Mississippi River.

Ferropolis: The City of Iron


Near the city of Gräfenhainichen, in Germany, in a former open-cast mine, lie five enormous decommissioned industrial machines.

Rouketopolemos: The Easter Rocket War of Vrontados


The Greeks like to celebrate Easter with fireworks, but the townsfolk of Vrontados on the Greek island of Chios aren’t satisfied with simple fireworks.

The Comic Book Route in Brussels


The Comic Book Route in Brussels is a path that takes you along several walls and buildings throughout the inner city of Brussels as well as the neighborhoods of Laeken and Auderghem, where large murals of some of the most popular characters of Franco-Belgian comics are painted – Tintin, Smurf, Asterix, Lucky Luke, Gaston, Gil Jourdan and more.

Brooklyn Superhero Supply Store


Being a superhero in New York City is easy. Just walk into the Brooklyn Superhero Supply in Park Slope, 5th Avenue between 5th and 6th street, and walk away with a new cape, a grappling hook, a tin of antimatter, or even a new identity.

A Fictional Space Exploration Society Made Using Paper


Discoverer's Alliance is a whimsical series by paper artist Owen Gildersleeve and photographer Benedict Morgan.

The Balloonfest of 1986 in Cleveland


In 1986, the United Way of Cleveland in Ohio decided to organize a fundraising event and at the same time break the world record for the most simultaneous release of balloons set by Anaheim, in California, on the 30th anniversary of Disneyland just the previous year.

The Roundabouts of Great Britain


Kevin Beresford is the President of The United Kingdom Roundabout Appreciation Society, an odd group of people who meet in and around Redditch, a town in north-east Worcestershire, to discuss everything about roundabouts – their architecture, design, style, location as well as their safety features.

The Enchanted Highway, North Dakota


The Enchanted Highway is a 32-mile stretch of highway starting at Exit 72 on Interstate 94, about 20 miles east of Dickinson, in the southwestern part of the U.S.

The Buffalo Jumps of North America


For thousands of years the natives of North America hunted the bison. These people became entirely dependent on the animal for their livelihood using as much of the carcass as possible.

IJsseloog: A Sludge Storage Tank in the Middle of a Lake


IJsseloog, or the “Eye of IJssel”, is an enormous circular pit in the middle of Ketelmeer lake in the mouth of the river IJssel, in the province of Flevoland, the Netherlands.

Coober Pedy: An Australian Town That Lives Underground


Coober Pedy is a small town in northern South Australia, 850 kilometers north of Adelaide on the Stuart Highway.

The Dragon Like Legs of Dong Tao Chicken


A rare Vietnamese chicken breed called the Dong Tao, prized for its delicious meat, has one of the most thickest legs usually not seen among birds of that size.

The United Tower in Bahrain Bay Looks Like a Drill Bit


A dramatically twisting tower is being developed in Bahrain which will house a five-star hotel of the Wyndham Hotel Group scheduled to open sometime later this year.

Sphere Within Sphere by Arnaldo Pomodoro


The Sphere Within Sphere, also known as Sfera con Sfera, is a series of sculptures created by Italian sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro depicting an enormous metal sphere with a cracked surface revealing an intricate interior with another cracked sphere inside.


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