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We've had galleries of abandoned amusement parks and toy factories, but nothing matches the sad splendor of abandoned Disney parks. Read more...
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The ICEHOTEL in Swedish Lapland has revealed it needs to install fire alarms to comply with local building regulations (The ice hotel that needs a fire alarm http://t.co/FsU6cakN7N)...
No, the Owl cafes are only for nocturnal type of people, it's quite the contrary! It's for those who love the oddness.
Owl cafes, with real live owls, are very popular in Japan. Although the rules for the customers are strict, this trend seems very catchy. Ethical issues don't stop cafe owners nor customers. (Have a Hoot at Japan’s New Owl Cafés!
Towns sometimes outlive their own usefulness, and when they do, it looks freaking awesome. Here are 8 cities that were left to ruin, but it definitely didnt ruin the interesting view.
Check out some places with so many sets of twins that you're going to think that you are actually seeing double.
If you ever travel to New York and you have a free day to explore the city, you should definetly visit the Chesnut Ridge Park. The most bizarre and impressive natural phenomenon is happening there.
Bizarre and a must do out of sheer interest; who else has seen this?
Landscape architects can be just as weird as building architects when it comes to their creations. Which is why these gardens are the living, growing embodiments of some pretty twisted imaginations. Read more...
No, this isn't a Halloween joke. The Stanley Hotel, that terrifying hotel that served as inspiration for Stephen King's The Shining, is digging up its historic pet cemetery to make room for a new wedding and corporate retreat pavilion.
The people in Villaseca, Chile are some of the most the eco-concious on the Planet, using only sun-powered ovens to cook all their food.
Take a seat and let your eyes feast upon the stunning views unfolding underneath your dangling feet.
It's like something out of The Prisoner. Trying to bolster the crumbling myth of North Korea's national prosperity, the Pyongyang regime has built a creepy water park. Read more...
Not sure whether to upgrade to Apple's latest operating system? Here are ten ways iOS 7—and some of its new and updated apps—can help you while traveling.
Householders in Devizes, Wiltshire were amazed to discover their homes have been built in the shape of a swastika.
The Secondary School no.5, in Yoshkar-Ola, Russia, may be called “Ordinary Miracle”, but there is certainly nothing ordinary about the way it looks.
Lesser-known places on Earth hiding crazy secrets... The 10 Most Mysterious Places on Earth (06/2012) Like, comment, share and keep wondering at the World(s)...
For decades, a small city in New York has been the subject of some very bizarre rumors. Locals have long whispered that if you visit at just the right time, a certain area in their neighborhood park will disappear you into thin air.
If you've dreamed of living like the elves of Lothlórien, in houses high among the trees, with outdoor decks that really let you enjoy the view, you'll want to take a peek at Anthony Gibbon's Roost Treehouse designs.
Google Map a route to the Danish National Maritime Museum, and you’ll end up at an address with no visible building.
The UPS truck can't seem to find them. Neither can the cable guy. And the residents of the little Queens cottage have given up ordering pizza.
Deep in a forest 200 miles south-west of Berlin, tourists are being invited to take part in a unique "reality experience" that will transport them back in time to communist East Germany.
With Asia being the largest continent in the world you can be sure that there are thousands of different tourist attractions all across it.
We've made huge strides towards finding exoplanets and surveying the other worlds in our solar system recently — but most of us will never know what it's like to stand on another soil, especially under another sun.
Virginia's Renaissance Faire ran from 1996 to 1999, and since then the site has remained untouched, slowly crumbling as it falls into the Dark Ages. Besieged by the elements, these Tudor-style buildings and grand castles are inexorably falling apart.
From having a drink with goats to doing so while seated in hammocks, check out ten cafes where the least important thing is their coffee.