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  • Gold Museum and Legends of Inca's Treasure
    on Nov 30, 2015 in Amazing Facts
    The Gold Museum in Bogota is one of Columbia’s most important museums with an extraordinary collection of Pre Hispanic gold work on display. The museum has more than 34,000 pieces of gold, belonging to the indigenous cultures who lived more than 50...
  • The Magnetic Island Jabuka
    on Nov 30, 2015 in Amazing Facts
    The island of Jabuka, which means apple in Croatian, is a 97-meters-tall uninhabited volcanic island located in the Adriatic Sea, about 52 km west of the island of Vis. Jabuka, along with Brusnik, are the only two Croatian islands that are completely...
  • A City That Includes Almost an Entire Ocean
    on Nov 30, 2015 in Amazing Facts
    On July 2012, China announced a new prefecture-level city called Sansha whose seat of administration lies on what it calls Yongxing Island, in the South China Sea, some 350 kilometers southeast of Hainan Island. The island, known on international cha...
  • Progreso Pier - The Longest Pier in the World
    on Nov 30, 2015 in Amazing images
    The port city of Progreso, in the Mexican state of Yucatán, boasts of the longest pier in the world. Built with reinforced concrete, the pier juts out into the Gulf of Mexico for a distance of 6.5 km, and looks more like a bridge to some distant lan...
  • Top 7 Highest Cities in the World
    on Nov 30, 2015 in Amazing Facts
    Like the microscopic bacteria, human beings too have learned to evolve and flourish in extreme conditions – from the scorching heat of the Sahara to the freezing tundra of Siberia. Even in inhospitable, high mountains where life supporting oxygen i...
  • Ancient Roman City With a Very Modern Grid Design
    on Nov 30, 2015 in Amazing images
    The ruins of Timgad lies on the slopes of the Aures Massif, about 35 km east of the town of Batna, in modern-day Algeria. Built nearly 2,000 years ago, by the Roman Emperor Trajan, the city is laid out in great precision and is one of the best surviv...
  • Unexploded Bombs Find Everyday Use in Laos
    on Nov 30, 2015 in Amazing Facts
    The Vietnam War ended 40 years ago, but left a deadly legacy, especially in Laos. The US military dropped more than 2 million tons of bombs on the country during the war between 1964 and 1973, making Laos the most heavily bombed country in the world...
  • The Tree of Life in Kalaloch
    on Nov 30, 2015 in Amazing images
    There is an extraordinary tree in Kalaloch beach, within Olympic National Park in Washington, that some people call “the tree of life” because of the miraculous way it seems to be hanging on to life when it should have been dead years ago. The tr...
  • Thermogenesis Phenomenon
    on Nov 30, 2015 in Amazing images
    Between late February and May, in woodlands and wetlands throughout eastern Canada and the northeast United States, you’ll find a low growing, foul-smelling plant called skunk cabbage (Symplocarpus foetidus). The skunk cabbage is one of the first p...
  • Gyermekvasút - The Children’s Railways of Soviet Russia in Budapest
    on Nov 29, 2015 in Amazing Facts
    In the outskirts of Budapest, through the scenic Buda hills, run a short, narrow-gauge railway line called Gyermekvasút, which is Hungarian for “Children's Railway”. But Gyermekvasút is not a toy train commonly found in amusement parks. It’s...
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