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Campo Del Cielo Meteorite Field


About 4,000 to 5,000 years ago, a huge chunk of space rock fell in Argentina, but it didn’t fell in one piece.

Monument to The Conquerors of Space


In the early 1960s, the Soviet Union was way ahead of the United States in the space race. They launched the first artificial satellite of earth, Sputnik 1, in 1957 and then launched the first man into space, Yuri Gagarin, in 1961.

Campo Del Cielo Meteorite Field


About 4,000 to 5,000 years ago, a huge chunk of space rock fell in Argentina, but it didn’t fell in one piece.

Sperrgebiet: The National Park You Can’t Visit


In southwestern Namibia lies a vast area that’s been off-limits to visitors for more than a century. It stretches along the Namibian coast for a distance of 320 km starting from the South African border at Oranjemund to around 72 km north of Lüderitz.

The Dead Cities of Syria


Scattered across the vast Limestone Massif, in the northwest of Syria, between the Orontes and Afrin Rivers to the west and the Aleppo/Hama highway to the east, are more than 700 abandoned settlements of Roman and Byzantium era dating back to the 5th and 8th centuries.

Sperrgebiet: A National Park You Can’t Visit


In southwestern Namibia lies a vast area that’s been off-limits to visitors for more than a century. It stretches along the Namibian coast for a distance of 320 km starting from the South African border at Oranjemund to around 72 km north of Lüderitz.

Artist Creates Record-Breaking Mural For Rio Olympics


While athletes compete for various titles at Rio’s ongoing Olympic Games, one Brazilian graffiti artist Eduardo Kobra is attempting to enter the Guinness World Record for the largest mural created.

Faro a Colon: The Columbus Lighthouse


In Santo Domingo Este of Dominican Republic, is a towering monument dedicated to Christopher Columbus.

Inside Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market: The World’s Biggest Fish Market


Sandwiched between Sumida River and the upmarket Ginza shopping district, in Tsukiji in central Tokyo, is a large wholesale market for fruits, vegetables, flowers and meat, but it’s fish and seafood for which Tsukiji is most famous for.

Girard Henderson’s Luxurious Cold War Era Underground Bomb Shelter


During the Cold War, the US government launched a country-wide effort to prepare its citizens for a possible thermonuclear war.

Survivor Trees Around The World


Every now and then, a calamity —either natural or man-made— strikes humanity and just when it appears that no living being could survive the catastrophe, out comes a tree standing brave and resilient among the ruins.

A Blast From The Past: Episode 24


From the archives of Amusing Planet. What’s Cooking? - Cutaway Food Photography by Ryan Matthew Smith Ryan Matthew Smith’s photo series “Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking” is a lovely collection of photographs of different food in vivid, crisp colors.

Beehive Fences: Using Bees To Keep Elephants Away From Crops


Protecting crops from raiding elephants is not an easy task for Africans farmers where wild elephants often roam free, until a group of British researchers working in Kenya made a remarkable discovery —elephants are naturally scared of honey bees.

Tokyo’s Bird Menace


For decades, the city of Tokyo has been waging a losing battle against winged invasion. Crows, cormorants, owls and birds of other species have invaded the metropolis in tens of thousands.

Cretto di Burri: The Concrete Labyrinth of Gibellina


On the Italian island of Sicily, about 70 km from the capital city Palermo, is a huge labyrinth of concrete hugging the side of a hill like an enormous grey-white tortoise shell.

The Ancient Yew Forest of Kingley Vale


Tucked between Stoke Down and Bow Hill, near the village of West Stoke about three miles north west of Chichester, in West Sussex in southern England, is Kingley Vale National Nature Reserve.

Vietnamese Water Puppet Shows


For centuries, Vietnamese kids and grown-ups alike have been entertained by a unique kind of puppet show —one that is performed on water.

The Ancient Yew Forest of Kingley Vale


Tucked between Stoke Down and Bow Hill, near the village of West Stoke about three miles north west of Chichester, in West Sussex in southern England, is Kingley Vale National Nature Reserve.

Bangladeshi Aviator Shoots Stunning Aerial Photos of His Green Country


Bangladeshi Air Force pilot Shamim Shorif Susom, a passionate photographer, has been taking advantage of his profession and capturing breathtaking bird’s-eye photos of the lush green landscape and waterways of his homeland from above.

Before & After Photos of Syria Reveals War’s Destructive Effects


The historic city of Aleppo, one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities of the world, lies in ruins today.


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