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Check out a cool combination of minuscule spaces with awesome decoration ideas. That is, if you're not claustrophobic.
Some people spend a lot of trouble taking care of the place where they or their loved ones will spend the rest of their days. Take a look at some of the most unique monuments and their history.
There are a lot of shipwrecks in Sydney’s Homebush Bay, near the Olympic village, but none quite like the SS Ayrfield, also known as “The Floating Forest” for the lush mangrove vegetation that now covers its rusty hull.
Viewed as one of the most unusual hotels in the world, the Controversy Inn gives the term “room and board” a whole new meaning by repurposing old tramcars as luxurious accommodations for guests.
VILNIUS, Lithuania -- Very few people can talk about rocks and heavy machinery with the enthusiasm and care of a proud father.
Located in Japan’s Tomamu Resort, on the island of Hokkaido, the Unkai Terrace is a unique scenic spot perched high atop a mountain peak that is often above the clouds, offering tourists breathtaking views of the white, fluffy sea beneath them.
Not far from Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California, there's a nondescript building that looks like it might be home to a new stealth startup. But if you walk in the front door, you won't find cubicles and computers.
The Shell Grotto is a unique 70-foot underground winding passageway in Margate, Kent, painstakingly decorated with around 4,6 million seashells.
German engineering firm Arup is taking “green building” to an exciting new level.
There are some really strange tourist attractions out there, so we have decided to compile 10 bizarre must-sees for those of you who enjoy the surprising and unconventional – places where its acceptable to stick gum on walls, where rats are ...
38-year-old Chris Weir is so fascinated with Batman that he spent around $100,000 transforming his large basement into a veritable Batcave, complete with a custom home-theater, a secret entrance and even a life-size Batman suit used by the Dark...
Christians make up only 1.4% of Japan’s 127 million population, but Western “white weddings” now account for around three quarters of all bridal ceremonies, which means Christian priests are in high demand.
If and when the zombie apocalypse happens, a hipster hot spot like Brooklyn or San Francisco is the worst place to be.
Barbie has opened her new dream house to visitors, and it’s not just young girls who are excited about checking it out.
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to say goodbye to privacy in the place where it mattered most – the restroom. A wacky cafe in Vienna has installed see-through toilet doors that only turn opaque if the users lock them.
Thats a funny idea for a toilet.
The search for the legendary lost city of Atlantis has been humanity’s quest since Plato first mentioned it in the philosophical musings of his work, “Antiquity.” The elegant, utopian society romanticized by poets and playwrights has propelled the...
By Rossella Lorenzi, Discovery.comHundreds of mysterious spheres lie beneath the Temple of the Feathered Serpent, an ancient six-level step pyramid just 30 miles from Mexico City.The enigmatic spheres were found during an archaeological dig using ...
Steve Nighteagle likes being different, he hates having possessions that every person can have. So to make sure his home was completely unique he has spent the last four years turning his front room into a Star Trek-themed Federation room.
A stork that was saved by a pub owner in Serbia now entertains customers at the bar.
It’s not unusual at Indian temples for devotees to make huge offerings of money and food, in exchange for their prayers to answered. But the case of this particular Sikh temple in Punjab is quite strange, even for Indian standards.
I first wrote about Tony Alleyne’s amazing Star Trek apartment back in 2009, but after seeing some photos of his ultimate Trekkie crib I decided it was worth another look.
Have you ever dreamed of having a home in the middle of nowhere to escape to every now and then? I have. And this house built straight in the middle of the Drina River in Serbia fits the bill perfectly.
An alleyway in Swindon that is too narrow to drive down has been painted with double yellow lines.
Brooklyn based artist Kevin Cyr seems to be thinking fairly deeply about commercial vehicles, and vehicles as housing. But he doesn't just draw them, he also builds them.