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  • Luxury Japanese train

    Luxury Japanese train designed by ex-Ferrari’s stylists is to be finished in the spring in 2017. Unique, first-class travel, presented as a “yacht on the railway” by Japanese company JR East, will have 10 cars, which will be colored champagne gold and accommodate up to 34 passengers. The first floor will have two beds, the […]

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  • The Litang Horse Festival

    The Litang Horse Festival is held generally at the first week of August on the grasslands outside of Litang (western Sichuan province, People’s Republic of China) – about 400 meters higher than Lhasa, making it one of the highest towns in the world. Khampas from all over the Tibetan Plateau come to trade, celebrate and ride […]

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  • “Deep Joy” the world’s deepest pool

    Are you a fan of the movie, “The big blue”? Do you remember Jean Reno with his funny car, spaghetti and of course, diving… in the big blue? Right now you have a chance to have some practice before diving season in the Hotel Millepini Terme in Montegrotto Terme, a small town in Italy. Y-40 […]

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  • Hydrospeeding – a jump to freezing waters of glacier

    Some enthusiasts of extreme sports jump to freezing waters of glacier despite the obvious risks and flow down. The sport of hydrospeeding or riverboarding is emerging as a new hobby where participants lie prone on rigid foam boards and ride the rapids. Canyon activity specialist, Gilles Janin and French mountain athlete hydrospeeder Claude-Alain Gailland, decided […]

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  • Helsinki underground space Finland is a land full of surprises

    This is a film with crowd admiring (and soon being chased by) the icebreaker Tarmo in Helsinki in the 1920s. Looks scary, don’t you think? You’ve probably heard, that Finland is a land full of beauty landscape, cold lakes (about 188 000), reindeers, best educated, brave people (that are the world’s biggest coffee drinkers) and […]

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  • Photography of world’s hyper arid regions

    Hyper arid regions photography project started in the late 90’s  and took George Steinmetz  to 27 countries. He was making pictures while flying his motorized paraglider. Photographs shows most arid regions with beauty of sand dunes, salt lakes, and wind erosion. This is a short collection of his works appearing in George’s latest book, Desert Air.

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  • The Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg by Ahmet Ertuğ

    Whoever was in St. Petersburg, must have seen one of its wonders: The Hermitage Museum. Baroque interiors of Hermitage, with impressive staircases, libraries of astonishing rare books, painting and sculpture galleries, and collections of historic specimens, photographed by Ahmet Ertuğ to complete his St Petersburg series, are ready to buy as a unique book. Ahmet […]

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  • On the top of the giant mountains

    On the top of the giant mountains, photographer Max Rive stands proudly, at the peaks that dominates the landscape that appears in front of him. Like David, who had just defeated Goliath. Looks like the giant mountain has been defeated by the little man. Breathtaking views that will encourage you to pack a backpack and move on a […]

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  • Wild animals from Russian Far East

    Ivan Kislov is a mining engineer who works in Chukotka. On this far away land he photographs wild animals in their natural, winter environment. Foxes, bears, rabbits and many more are not afraid of human and come close with curiosity. Wild animals from Russian Far East at images taken by the engineer, give us a […]

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  • Unique beaches

    Sand, rocks, colour, scenery, lights …. everything is so special there. If you have other examples, feel free to send us. Pink Sand Beach, Bahamas  sources: greenglobe.travel The Beach of the Cathedrals, Ribadeo, Spain sources: imgur.com   Hidden beach in Marieta, Mexico sources: Miguel Naranjo The Moeraki Boulders (Dragon Eggs) In Koekohe Beach, New Zealand sources: gerald querubin […]

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