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El Salvador, A Mining Town Shaped Like A Roman Helmet

Located at an elevation of more than 2,400 meters in the foothills of the Andes and in the middle of the Atacama Desert, the town of El Salvador was built solely to serve as office and residence for those working on the copper mines.

Lucy the Elephant

Lucy the Elephant is a six-story elephant-shaped building located along the beach in Josephine Harron Park in Margate, New Jersey.

Chittagong Ship Breaking Yard

Near the port city of Chittagong in Bangladesh, lies one of the largest ship-breaking yards in the world.

Superkilen, A Public Park in Copenhagen With Artifacts From 60 Countries

Superkilen is a public park in the Nørrebro district of Copenhagen, Denmark. Designed by the arts group Superflex with the collaboration of BIG architects and a German landscape architecture firm called Topotek1, the park is considered one of the most ethnically diverse and socially challenged neighborhoods in the Danish capital.

Champagne Pool, New Zealand

Champagne Pool is a hot spring located within the Waiotapu geothermal area in the North Island of New Zealand.

The Double Tree of Casorzo

Between Grana and Casorzo in Piemonte, Italy, a very unique tree grows. Known as the “double tree of Casorzo” or Bialbero de Casorzo in Italian, it is a mulberry tree on top of which a cherry tree grows.

Japanese Artist Launches Plants Into Space

Tokyo based artist Makoto Azuma, for his latest project titled "Exobiotanica”, teamed with Sacramento-based JP Aerospace - a volunteer-based organization that constructs and sends vessels into orbit, to launch a Japanese white pine bonsai and an arrangement of flowers into the stratosphere.

Nardo Ring: Porsche’s High Speed Test Track in Italy

The Nardò Ring is a 12.5 km long high speed circular test track located in a remote area on the heel of Italy’s “boot,” 50 kilometers east of the naval port of Taranto.

Moshav Villages of Israel

Moshav is a type of agricultural community in Israeli consisting of a group of individual farms. The moshav is generally based on the principle of private ownership of land, emphasis on community labor and communal marketing.

Sedan Nuclear Crater

The Sedan nuclear crater is located at the Nevada Test Site, about 90 miles north of Las Vegas. It is the result of the Sedan nuclear test, an underground nuclear test carried out on 6 July 1962 as part of the Plowshare Program, established in June 1957 to explore peaceful applications for controlled nuclear detonations.

Shrek, The Sheep Who Escaped Shearing for 6 Years

Shrek was a Merino sheep, a castrated male, belonging to South Island, New Zealand, who gained international fame in 2004 owing to his gigantic coat of fleece.

The Medieval Skyscrapers of San Gimignano

San Gimignano is a small medieval hill town in Italy’s famous Tuscany region, 56 km south of Florence.

Dutch Artist Recreates His Childhood Drawings 20 Years Later

When Dutch artist Telmo Pieper came across a big box of his childhood drawings, which his parents had carefully put in storage, he was fascinated by how simple and linear his doodles were.

The Tangalooma Wrecks of Moreton Island

The ship wrecks of Tangalooma are located on the western side of Moreton Island near the township of Tangalooma, a former whaling station.

The Monastery of Wadi Qelt

Wadi Qelt is a rocky canyon located in the Judaean Desert in the West Bank, originating near Jerusalem and terminating near Jericho, near the Dead Sea.

Argentina’s Train to The Clouds

Located 4,000 meters above the sea level in the Andes, Tren a las Nubes or “Train to the clouds” is one of the highest railways in the world.

Cono de Arita in Argentina

Near the south border of Salar de Arizaro, the sixth largest salt flat on earth and the second largest in Argentina, 70 km from the village of Tolar Grande, lies a strange volcanic pyramid.

Radisson Blu Iveria: A Luxury Hotel That Became a Refugee Camp

The Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel is located at the center of Georgia’s capital city Tbilisi. Built in 1967, it was Georgia’s finest hotel and a popular place to stay for its excellent location and sweeping views of the city.

Raymond Moretti’s Rainbow-Colored Chimney in Paris

In Paris’ affluent district of La Défense, you will find some of the most remarkable pieces of modern art.

Glass Paperweights by Paul Joseph Stankard

These beautiful paperweights with embedded miniature gardens are all made of glass. They were created by New Jersey-based artist Paul Joseph Stankard, who is considered the father of modern glass paperweights.