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Finnish Snow Castle with Ice Bar

SnowCastle is rebuilt every winter and it offers wonderful experiences for children and adults. It is magnificent example of the great skills of local architects and builders. Natural snow is too soft, for that reason architects make the snow out of the sea water by using snow pipes. Snows castle also offers snowrestaurant with ice tables and seats covered with reindeer fur, as well as ice sculptures....

Got the World in a Hand

Everybody dreams about holding the whole World in their Hands, but it is not always so simply. Our world is changing very quickly and you have no time to see all its secret places. So take a photo for memories. Pisa souvenir should to be one of them. credit: Darnok

Do you really know where and how your clothes are made?

Top fashion designers made dresses out of trash, recycling old packaging, cans, newspapers and more, proving waste can be made in to striking fashion with the right touch.

Beautiful Colored Ice Sculptures in Alaska

Ice sculpture is a form of sculpture that uses ice as the raw material. Sculptures from ice can be abstract or realistic and can be functional or purely decorative. Some ice carvers use colored ice blocks produced by adding dyes into the ice, or the combination of clear and colored ice to accomplish a certain effect. Ice sculptures are generally associated with special or extravagant events because...

Is Sculptures Design Art Or Just Trash?

Sculptures design is the art and process of designing and creating ideas. Successful sculptures design requires learning certain skills. There are no fixed rules to sculptures design. But there are a few elements of composition that will serve the sculptures designer well, when combining materials and techniques. And the only way to get good at sculptures design is to do it.

Funny Clogs the Traditional Holand Footwear

The traditional footwear is still associated with Holland. The traditional clogs are shoes made of wood. The shoes began to be made entirely from wood to protect the whole foot. The first guild of clog makers dates back to around 1570 in Holland. Clogs come in all colours, but not many sizes!

World Snail Racing Championships

World Snail Racing Championships take place in Congham, Norfolk. They have been racing the shell-dwellers for 25 years. In his quest to become the world’s fastest snail, the slimy competitor slithered 13 inches to the finish line in 2 minutes 49 seconds. Owner of the winner snake, 27-year-old Claire Hopkins, from West Raynham, Norfolk, said: “We only came by chance so this is quite unexpected,...
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Interesting Endangered Animals Facts and List

There are thousands endangered species on planet Earth. This is short list of most known animals on the list. In the USA, 735 species of plants and 496 species of animals are listed as threatened or endangered. Any person may petition the government to list a species as either endangered or threatened. African Elephant (Loxodonta africana) Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus) Right Whale (Eubalaena glacialis) Blue...
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Cumberland Water Gap in Appalachian Mountains

The Cumberland Gap was discovered in 1750 by Dr. Thomas Walker, a Virginia physician and explorer. This mountain gap is famous in American history for its role as one key passageway through the lower central Appalachians. The gap is located where current-day states of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia meet.

Some Really Weird Beer Flavours

1. Pizza-flavored beer seems like the type of unorthodox brew that would do the latter, as, up until this point, the only pizza-flavored beer familiar to the recreational boozer has been the end of the night palette clearing, known in some circles as “bending and sending” (which results in “pavement pizza”). However, according to this review from the Fairfield County Weekly, Tom Seefurth’s...

Unbelievable Genetic Craziness

Two-headed Kitten This grey and white two-headed feline was born at the Swan Veterinary Clinic in Perth, Western Australia, when its mother was brought in after suffering complications during birth. Veterinarian George Huber and nurse Louisa Burgess assisted the labor. The tiny kitten – smaller than a hand – was one of three born in the litter, but its siblings were not born with any deformities. The...

Leonid Rogozov removed his own appendix

On April 30, 1961, Dr. Leonid Rogozov removed his own appendix at the Soviet Novolazarevskaja Research Station in Antarctica. The operation lasted one hour and 45 minutes. Rogozov later reported on the surgery in the Information Bulletin of the Soviet Antarctic Expedition.

Some Really Strange Tattoos

More people than you realize have some condition that makes their physical bodies different from the majority. Many try to hide those differences out of self-consciousness, even though the anomaly might be something you’d never notice anyway. Then there are some who celebrate their differences with a clever tattoo that provokes smiles and puts people at ease.

Wish Tree In England

A Wish Tree is an individual tree, usually distinguished by species, position or appearance, which is used as an object of wishes and offerings. Such trees are identified as possessing a special religious or spiritual value. By tradition, believers make votive offerings in order to gain from that nature spirit, saint or goddess fulfillment of a wish. The High Force Waterfall has a coin only wish tree...