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Project Riese: The Secret Nazi Tunnels in Poland


Eighty kilometers to the south of Wroclaw, underneath Poland’s oldest mountain range, the Owl Mountains, lies a massive underground complex and tunnel system built by the Nazis.

Osaka Stadium’s Housing Expo


Where the magnificent Namba Parks stand today at Naniwa-ku, in Osaka, Japan, once stood Osaka’s baseball stadium.

The Monument That Was Also A Science Lab


The Monument to the Great Fire of London that stands near the northern end of London Bridge is a pretty well known landmark.

The 4-Ton Steel Ball That Produces Artificial Earthquakes


In the wooded hillside of Hainberg, near Göttingen, Germany, stands an old seismological station. The Wiechert Earthquake Station was built in 1902 by the noted German physicist and geophysicist, Emil Wiechert, to carry out research in the emerging field of geophysics.

The Good Hitlers of Circleville


The city of Circleville, situated thirty miles to the south of Ohio’s largest city, Columbus, has a few things to boast.

Rolligon: The Vehicle That Makes Running Over Yourself Fun


The following image appeared on the December 1957 issue of “Mechanix Illustrated”. It shows a woman smiling while being run over by a mammoth truck with unusually large wheels.

The World’s Loneliest Tree, And How it Holds Clues to a New Epoch


In the remote Campbell Island, situated more than 600 km south of New Zealand’s mainland, grows a solitary Sitka spruce that has gained distinction as the loneliest tree on earth.

Wyld's Great Globe


The famous British cartographer and former Member of Parliament, James Wyld, had a brilliant plan to promote his mapmaking business.

The Chapel of Prosthetics, New Orleans's St Roch Cemetery


Beyond the tombstones, at the back of St. Roch cemetery in the US city of New Orleans, Louisiana, lies the shrine of St.

The Ruins of St. Paul's Church, Macau


The city of Macau in Southern China might be best known for its casinos and luxury hotels, but its most treasured icon is actually a church, or what remains of it.

Wojtek: The Bear That Drank Beer And Went to War


Archibald Brown, the British official at the port of Naples, looked at the roster in his hand and called out the name—“Corporal Wojtek”, but nobody came forward.

Bir Tawil: The Land No Country Wants


Wedged between the borders of Egypt and Sudan is a small parcel of land that is truly unique in this world.

The Triple Bridge of Pontarfynach


About 15 km outside Aberystwyth, in Wales, is a small village named Pontarfynach, meaning “the bridge on the Mynach”.

Bir Tawil: The Land No Country Wants


Wedged between the borders of Egypt and Sudan is a small parcel of land that is truly unique in this world.

The Delicate Art of Cobweb Paintings


Who could have thought that the delicate, fine, silky threads of a spider’s cobweb could be woven into a canvas strong enough to withstand the abrasive strokes of an artist’s brush?

The Immovable Ladder of Jerusalem’s Church of The Holy Sepulchre


Underneath one of the arched windows of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, in the Old City of Jerusalem, there is an old wooden ladder casually leaning against the wall on the upper ledge.

Whale Graveyards


Movement of the earth’s crust over millions of years have drastically changed the geography of the planet such that what is land now was once the seabed and where stands a mountain today was once a vast ocean.

The Immovable Ladder of Jerusalem’s Church of The Holy Sepulchre


Underneath one of the arched windows of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, in the Old City of Jerusalem, there is an old wooden ladder casually leaning against the wall on the upper ledge.

The Ships Buried Under San Francisco’s Streets


Beneath the streets of San Francisco’s financial district lie the remains of dozens of sailing ships that once brought people to San Francisco during the gold rush of the mid-19th century.

Fermont’s Inhabitable Wind Break


The town of Fermont, situated near the Quebec-Labrador border, is a Canadian mining town. It was founded in the early 1970s by the Québec Cartier Mining Company to exploit the vast deposits of iron ore on Mont Wright, located about 25 kilometers to the west from the town site.


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