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Plimoth Plantation: A Living Museum of a 17th Century English Colony in America


In the early 17th century a group of separatists, who came to be known as the Pilgrim Fathers, fled the volatile political environment in England and came to North America in order to seek religious separation from the Church of England.

The Pier of Old Orchard Beach, Maine


Old Orchard Beach is a seven-mile stretch of beach located on the inner side of Saco Bay on the Atlantic Ocean, in Maine, the US.

Serbia’s Dry Bridge: A Bridge Without a River


The Bega River runs for about 250 km from the Poiana Rusca Mountains in Romania and into Serbia where it flows into the Tisa river near Titel.

Devil's Kettle: A Mysterious Waterfalls


The Devil's Kettle is a puzzling geological phenomenon located inside Judge C. R. Magney State Park in Minnesota, in USA, just off the North Shore of Lake Superior.

Miniature Dioramas by Satoshi Araki


Tokyo based artist Satoshi Araki creates miniature dioramas of chaotic cityscapes that are the result of urban decay or warfare, with amazing detail.

The Old Man of The Lake


In 1886, when geologist Joseph S. Diller was making the first geological study of Oregon’s Crater Lake, in the US, he noticed a tree stump completely untethered and moving about the lake as dictated by the wind and waves.

The Disappearing Glaciers of Africa


Africa is typically isn’t the place that inspires visions of ice and glaciers, yet surprisingly, there are a number of glaciers in Africa, and they are all located near the equator.

Darra Adam Khel: The Village of Illegal Gun Manufacturers


Darra Adam Khel is a small village in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, located between the city of Peshawar and Kohat.

The Old Man of The Lake


In 1986, when geologist Joseph S. Diller was making the first geological study of Oregon’s Crater Lake, in the US, he noticed a tree stump completely untethered and moving about the lake as dictated by the wind and waves.

Lark Quarry Dinosaur Stampede


About 95 million years ago, a herd of two-legged dinosaurs, some as small as chickens and some about the size of emus came to drink at the muddy shore of a lake, located at what is now Lark Quarry, about 110 km southwest of Winton, in central-west Queensland, in Australia.

The Last Turf Church of Hof, Iceland


Hof, in Öræfi, is a small village in southeast Iceland, approximately 30 kilometers east of Vatnajökull, and 20 kilometers south of the Skaftafell National Park.

Amelia Earhart’s Lighthouse on Howland Island


Howland Island is an uninhabited coral island located just north of the equator in the central Pacific Ocean, about 3,100 km southwest of Honolulu.

The Kopjes of Serengeti


Serengeti is a vast plain of grassland, woods and swamps, nearly 30,000 square kilometers, that stretches from north-western Tanzania into south-western Kenya.

The Glittering Mausoleum of Shah-e-Cheragh


Shah-e-Cheragh is a funerary monument and mosque located in the city of Shiraz, in Iran, where lies the tomb of Amir Ahmad and his brother Mir Muhammad, sons of the seventh Imam and brothers of Imam Reza.

Klaksvik, Faroe Islands


Nestled at the foot of two lofty mountain ridges, connected by a low-lying area where two inlets meet, Klaksvik is the second-largest city in the Faroe Islands and an important fishing harbour.

Karlu Karlu - The Devil's Marbles


Devil’s Marbles or Karlu Karlu, as they are known by the local Warumungu Aboriginals, are a collection of massive granite boulders strewn across a shallow valley, 100 kilometers south of Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory, Australia.

Soak in Wine, Green Tea, Coffee or Sake at Yunessun Spa Resort


Bathing in water is such old school. At Yunessun Spa Resort in Hakone, Japan, you can soak yourself in a variety of unorthodox liquids such as green tea, coffee, wine and sake, all in the name of health and well being.

Lake Amadeus, Australia


Lake Amadeus is a huge salt lake located the southwest corner of Australia's Northern Territory, about 50 km north of Uluru or Ayers Rock.

World’s Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge in Russia


The world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge opened this summer in Sochi National Park, Russia. Located on the extreme corner of the National Park, the 1,800-foot-long bridge was built over a picturesque 650 foot gorge, and offers visitors a breathtaking view of the mountains and the river below.

365 Postcards for Ants by Lorraine Loots


Everyday, Cape Town-based artist Lorraine Loots creates a miniature painting for her ongoing project “365 Postcards for Ants.” Using paint brushes and pencils, Loots draws superbly detailed paintings of mundane objects and landscapes, that are barely larger than a small coin.


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