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The Remarkable Story of St Kilda’s Residents


The remote archipelago of St Kilda, off the west coast of the Scottish mainland, is truly an isolated place.

The Strange Victorian Dinosaurs of Crystal Palace Park


Inside an enclosure at the Crystal Palace Park in London, is a collection of over thirty concrete sculptures of dinosaurs.

The Toxic White Beaches of Rosignano Solvay


The dazzling white sand of “Spiagge Bianche”, or “white beaches”, in the town of Rosignano Solvay, in southern Tuscany, has been luring tourists by the thousands for years.

A Blast From The Past: Episode 30


From the archives of Amusing Planet. The Floating Islands of Lake Titicaca Lake Titicaca, on the border of Peru and Bolivia, is notable for a population of pre-Incan people called Uros who live on artificial islands made of floating reeds called totora.

The Witches' Weigh House in Oudewater


In medieval Netherlands, weigh houses were a common feature in many markets up and down the country. They were run by the local authorities, and traders were required to weigh their goods before they were sold.

This Rocky Wall Was Created By The New Zealand Earthquake


The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that stuck the South Island of New Zealand on November 14, 2016, have changed the geography of the region, particularly around the epicenter.

The ‘Ancient Lights’ of England


In many old brick buildings around London, you’ll find signs saying ‘Ancient Lights‘ marked beneath individual windows.

The Spite Towers of Irish Hills


Standing atop a small knoll along the highway between Detroit and Chicago, the Twin Towers of Irish Hills in Lenawee County, in Southeast Michigan, was a beacon to weary travellers when it opened in 1924.

Tehachapi Loop


The Tehachapi Loop is an iconic spiral loop, 1.17 km long, that passes over itself as it gains height on the railroad main line through Tehachapi Pass, in south central California.

The Sponge Divers of Greece


Most sponge that we use today are synthetic, but in the old days sponge was collected from the sea bed.

The Million Dollar Point of Vanuatu


Located off the coast of Espírito Santo, an island belonging to the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu, is a vast undersea junkyard of military trucks, jeeps, bulldozers, tractors, unopened boxes of clothing and cases of Coca-Cola create.

The Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park


Just north of Auckland, overlooking the expansive Kaipara Harbour, is the private park of New Zealand businessman, entrepreneur and avid art collector Alan Gibbs.

Orlando Towers in Johannesburg


In Orlando township in the urban area of Soweto, in the city of Johannesburg, South Africa, stands two cooling towers of the decommissioned Orlando Power Station.

The Nuclear Bunker Where America Preserves Its Audio-Visual Heritage


The Library of Congress has over 160 million items in its collection, including 23 million books, and more than 1.1 million films, and television programs ranging from motion pictures made in the 1890s to today's TV programs.

The Sponge Divers of Greece


Most sponge that we use today are synthetic, but in the old days sponge was collected from the sea bed.

USS Recruit: The Battleship That Sprang Up In The Middle of New York City


In the spring of 1917, when the United States entered the First World War, the need for more sailors and marines became paramount.

Goodwin Sands And Its Shipwrecks


Six miles off the coast of Deal in East Kent, England, lies one of the most treacherous stretches of sand in Britain.

The Bungalows of Eastern Serbia’s Cemeteries


From a distance, the tiny houses on the outskirts of the eastern Serbian village of Smoljinac looks like a couple of cozy summer cabins.

Trees Made Famous by Movies, Music, Art And Literature


Movies, music and literature has brought fame to millions, but not all celebrities are humans. Sometimes, a tree becomes the unexpected center of attraction.

Bozouls: A French Town Perched Above A ‘Hole’


Trou de Bozouls, or “the hole of Bozouls”, is a large horseshoe-shaped canyon located near the commune of Bozouls in the Aveyron department in southern France.


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