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Thu, 12.09.2013
The Cybertecture Egg Photo Credit: James Law Cybertecture International Designed to be the jewel of Mumbai, the Egg is an innovative design that incorporates several “green energy”...
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Thu, 12.09.2013
Missoni, Kuwait Photo Credit: cntraveler.com If you find yourself in Kuwait City, there are two things you need to know: One, alcohol is illegal, and two, if you stay at the Missoni Hotel...
One Hour Photo – Terrific Tunnels | One Hour Translation
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Thu, 12.09.2013
California Sequoia National Park Tunnel Photo Credit: GregTheBusker, Creative Commons When this massive Sequoia tree fell in 1937, the Parks Department could have cut it up and removed it from the...
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Wed, 11.09.2013
Carlo Santambrogio House Photo Credit: houseidea.wordpress.com Sadly, this isn’t a real house, it’s just a very well-done rendering of a conceptual design by Milan-based architect Carlo...
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Wed, 11.09.2013
Engine’s Elevators, London Photo Credit: thedrum.com Who hasn’t been in an elevator when it suddenly stops between floors and thought one of two things: I wish I’d gone to the bathroom before...
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Wed, 11.09.2013
Balcony Illusion Photo Credit: Science Kids This little trick of the eye appears to show a man and a woman watching you from their balcony as you pass by, but is in fact simply a clever painting...
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Wed, 11.09.2013
Hôtel de Glace Hôtel de Glace is the only ice hotel in North America, and is located in Quebec, Canada. I’ve always found Quebec fascinating because its official language is French, making it an...
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Wed, 11.09.2013
Hadrian's Wall Photo Credit: burnleygirl.blogspot.com The English word wall comes ultimately from the Latin vallum, which became the Old English weall. All of these words mean ‘rampart’ or ‘...
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Wed, 11.09.2013
  White Pass and Yukon Route, Canada and US The United States built more rail lines than any other nation in the 19th Century, so it’s no surprise that many of our examples are in that country...

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