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The Pyramids, Egypt

The Pyramids, Egypt

If you live on planet earth you probably know them, and some say that even if you don’t live on planet earth you might know them (due to numerous alien-builders conspiracies and theories) but these enormous monuments are probably the most well known trademark of Egypt. The pyramids were built […]

Lochnagar Crater

Lochnagar Crater, France

Lochnagar Crater is probably the most famous (and terrible) remainders to the pointless battle of the Somme (World War – I, France). The scale of Lochnagar Crater is immense (more than 90 meters wide and 30 meters deep.) The Lochnagar Crater was formed by a gigantic underground explosion set by British soldiers from the Royal Engineer tunnelling companies (also known […]

The Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon, Iceland

The Blue Lagoon is located in Grindavík, a fishing town just a 40 minutes drive south from Reykjavík (the capital of Iceland ). The Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa which offers a special experience, when the yearly average temperature is around 5 Celsius (and winter is much colder) the geothermal heated mineral pools of The […]

Trakai Castle

Trakai Island Castle, Lithuania

  Trakai Castle (also known as “Little Marienburg“)  is a very popular tourist destination in Lithuania, the castle is an “Island Castle” located in the east of Lithuania in Lake Galvė (which has 21 small sized islands). Trakai Castle was first built in the 14th century and had several stages of construction, the castle was left […]

Lencois Maranhenses

Lencois Maranhenses National Park, Brazil

Lençóis Maranhenses National Park is a Park (since 1981) in north east  Brazil, (The name Lencois Maranhenses translates as “The bed sheets of Maranhão”) Lençóis Park is known for it’s bizarre phenomena: Blue lagoons which appear to sprite out of the desert’s sand dunes (even though it’s not actually a desert […]


Speicherstadt, Germany

Speicherstadt is a district in Hamburg, Germany. Speicherstadt was built during the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century (a time span of 44 years). Speicherstadt was designed as a district of warehouses and till this day it is the biggest of its kind in […]

Borobudur Temple

Borobudur Temple, Indonesia

Borobudur is a very large Temple  (The world’s biggest Buddhist temple) located in Magelang which is about 500 kilometers south east to the capital city, Jakarta (Central Java, Indonesia). The temple is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Indonesia with millions of visitors every year. The temple was built during the 9th century and […]

Telica volcano, Nicaragua

Telica volcano, Nicaragua

Telica is an active volcano crater, located in “Volcán Telica Rota Natural Reserve” in northeast Nicaragua (about 15 kilometers north of León), Telica is a conical volcano (built by many layers). It Telica municipality, in the León department of Nicaragua. Telica is one of Nicaragua’s most active volcanoes and has erupted many times in the past (thus preventing plants from […]

Stonehenge, England

Stonehenge, England

Stonehenge is situated around 150 kilometers west from Central London,  in the south west of England (just one hour ride from the Roman Baths of bath) It’s been said that aliens build, Some people see it as an origin of energy and a shrine, others said it’s fake many things have been said, but […]

The Underwater Prison, Estonia

The Underwater Prison, Estonia

Rummu’s underwater prison is located in northwestern Estonia (about 40 kilometers west from Tallinn). Rummu is a small town in Estonia and had a nearby limestone quarry which was founded on 1 January 1938 together with Murru Soviet Prison (how conveniently…) – Convicts were forced to mine limestone.  In 1991 when the Soviet Union collapsed, Estonia again gained it’s […]