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Ancient temples hide within them thousands of years of history and mysteries...
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Chand Baori is the oldest stepwell in Rajhastan, India and the deepest and biggest in the entire world.
Stepwells are built w
The story of the Ideal Palace began in 1879. One day, while walking his mail route, French mail carrier Ferdinand Cheval was
The hollow trunk of this 650-year-old oak tree was used as a hideout by two Jewish brothers during World War II.
It’s difficult to be certain which individual tree is the most remote, but for several decades that distinction belonged to t
At New York Kennedy Airport's airplane hangar, fewer than 30 pieces of steel linger from the debris recovered after the tragi
Skyscrapers arised in the 1880s, these were supported by an interior skeleton made of steel columns placed every 20 feet or t
Serving as human amusement, the Pioneer Cabin tree was one among many “tunnel trees” that had been carved out. The precise ag
Devil’s bridges are numerous throughout Europe. In France alone, there are about 49 Devil’s Bridges and these can also be fou
Portland Castle is an artillery fort constructed during the time of Henry VIII on the Isle of Portland, Dorset, in the early
Passage du Gois is a causeway in the Bay of Bourgneuf, linking the island of Noirmoutier to the mainland in the department of
Monsanto sits on the edge of a mountain not far from Serra da Estrela, and in this mountaintop village, homes are sandwiched
The first written evidence of Devetashka cave is from 1877 by British traveler J. Baker. The cave has been rediscovered by a
On November 1, 1512, the majestic ceiling frescoes adorning Rome’s Sistine Chapel were unveiled to the public. Painted by a r
Colma, a quiet town in California is home to 1,700 living residents and over 1.5 million dead ones. Most of the town’s foreve
Mont Saint-Michel wasn't always an island. In pre-historic times, it stood in dry lands. However, as tides rose, erosion resh
In South Africa people built an actual bar inside a hollowed out tree called Sunland Big Baobab. According to the pub's websi
When Ecuador President General Eloy Alfaro took office in 1895, he announced that a new railway line would be built in the An
The Four Corners Monument
The Four Corners Monument marks the point where the states of Utah, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexi