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Denver International Airport Conspiracy Theory

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The Denver International Airport also has some of the most beautiful features, which has made it an eye-catching place to visit. However, some conspiracy theories have also marked this landmark and its design and construction has always been under scrutiny by many people who believe in these conspiracy theories.

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Rainbow Mountains In Danxia Landform, China

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The Zhangye Danxia Landform in China commonly refers to several landscapes which are found in the southeast and west of China which consist of a red bed which is characterized by steep cliffs. This type of landform is quite a unique type and is referred to as petrographic geomorphology in geological terms.

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Ten Of The Richest Women In The World

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Not many people are present in the world who knows the richest women in the world. This article has been written to educate you with the same information.

 

 

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The Tallest Fountain in the World, Jeddah, KSA

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King Fahd's Fountain, also sometimes called as the Jeddah Fountain, is ranked as the tallest fountain in the world. This tallest fountain is located in the
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Lombard Street - The Most Winding Road in the World

Lombard Street - The Most Winding Road in the World | eTech Hut | Scoop.it

The most winding road, Lombard Street, is located in San Francisco in California and is famous worldwide for having a steep section which consists of exactly eight tight hairpin turns.

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10 Underground Secret Societies of the World

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These societies served different purposes, such as various political, religious or many time several practical goals. These societies remain hidden from the whole world in a way such that even now many people still do not know their practices and rituals.

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Pecherska Lavra Monastery, Kiev, Ukraine

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The Kiev Pecherska Lavra Monastery, in Ukraine, is a fascinating combination of many buildings and sights. It is the epitome of the diverse past and carries strong architectural influence of the Ukrainian baroque.

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The Great Wall of China

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The Great Wall of China is another of the Ancient Wonder of the World. It is a series of stone, tamped earth, brick, wood made fortifications, built along
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Sanctuary of Truth, Pattaya's Wooden Wonder

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The sanctuary of truth is a huge wooden construction covering thirty two acres of land. The building touches its highest point at about 105 meters. It was
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Pagan, The Mystical Thousand Pagodas Plain

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Bagan which was formerly known as Pagan is an ancient city which is located in the Mandalay Region of Burma formerly known as Myanmar.

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The Airbus A340 - Flying Palace of Sultan of Brunei

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The Sultan of Brunei occupies the honor of being one of the richest men in the world. He has shown the world that he possesses enormous wealth and leads hi
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30 Most Beautiful Mosques around the World

30 Most Beautiful Mosques around the World | eTech Hut | Scoop.it

In this article, many historical and beautiful mosques all around the world are discussed which are not only beautiful to look at but also provide a feeling of inner satisfaction. Many of these mosques were created after a lot of hard work and after putting in a lot of resources, both human and material.

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TOP 10 MOST EXPENSIVE CARS IN THE WORLD 2013

TOP 10 MOST EXPENSIVE CARS IN THE WORLD 2013 | eTech Hut | Scoop.it
10. Ferrari Enzo priced at $670,000. This is the most famous supercar which was actually developed possessing the top speed of 349 km/h and accelerating f
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The Blue Grotto Cave, Capri Island, Italy

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The Blue Grotto (Grotta Azzurra) is basically a sea cave located on the coast of Capri Island located in southern Italy. The most amazing feature about this Island is that sunlight passes through an underwater cavity nearby which then shines through the water, in turn creating a blue reflection which then results in the illumination of the cavern.

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10 of the best tourist destinations in Asia

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Asia being the largest continent in the whole world has 48 countries included in it. This continent spreads across 30 percent of the entire planet and has over 60 percent of the total world’s population. The continent has many countries famous for many things, making them best tourist destinations in the whole world.
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Beijing International Airport

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Beijing International Airport covers a huge area of 1 million square meters, making it one of the largest airports in the world. The architects of this airport have not gone on making this airport larger only; they have worked quite hard to make it one of the most beautiful in the world.
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Kumbh Mela 2013 - The Largest Gathering in the World

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India’s Kumbh Mela is usually considered as the world’s biggest gathering which has been ever taken place till now in the world. Not many other times, one can see such a huge amount of people for the sake of celebrating their religion, although world’s largest gatherings are mostly due to religious practices.

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10 Smallest Living Creatures on the Earth

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A lots of smallest living creatures are present all over the world of which we do not know. These living creatures are either unicellular or multi cellular
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Jade Waddy's curator insight, February 12, 2014 7:07 AM

Who doesn't like tiny creatures?

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Paro Taktsang monastary, the “Tiger’s Nest”

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Taktsang Palphug monastery popularly known as Paro Taktsang and the tiger’s nest is a sacred site for the Himalayan Buddhists. It is situated in the Cliffs
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The Pyramids of Giza and the Great Sphinx

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The pyramids of Giza and the great sphinx located in Egypt are one of the wonders of the world built by Pharaohs around 2550 BC.

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Mont Saint Michel, a Mountain in the Sea

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Mont Saint Michel, surrounded by the sea, has a breathtaking view. It is located in Normandy, France and is approximately one kilometer off France’s northw

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Brilliant Underwater Sculptures by Jason

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Sculptures are a great way to catch public’s attention when displayed in public parks and several other places. Now Jason de Caires Taylor created several
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The Centaurus - Islamabad, Pakistan

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The Centaurus is a recently opened building complex located in Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan. These skyscrapers are the tallest in the city and are linked together by a shopping mall. These buildings go as high as 41, making it one of the tallest buildings all over Pakistan.

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The Inca city of Machu Picchu

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Machu Picchu is a 15th-century location which is located 2,430 meters above the sea level. The name Machu Picchu means "old peak", as it was built in the 1
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Jake Reardon's curator insight, May 5, 2014 9:54 PM

I did the hike in 2008, but I did a longer version that was 8 days and we actually climbed a different mountain (trail, not mountain-climbing) and then descended to Macchu Picchu's base (and then climbed that). If you are going to walk, I recommend one of these longer versions, because the 4 day hike is so popular it's basically like standing in line for 4 days with other hikers.

There is a train that takes you from Cuzco to the base of the mountain, a town called Aguas Calientes (there are hot springs somewhere nearby). You might want to spend some time in Cuzco before you head over to Macchu Picchu. The altitude is crazy high and if you're like me and aren't used to mountains, you might want time to adjust. Aguas Calientes is touristy but it was a breath of fresh air for my group after our long hike! From there, you can either climb the incan stairs to the top of the mountain, or you can take the bus up switchbacks to get up there. I don't think either the bus or the train are particularly dangerous. The stairs are a bitch if you have knee problems, though.

You should go up on the mountain as early in the day as possible. We started before dawn so that the group could go up the second peak (I chose not to due to knee problems) which is an additional climb that is capped - only the first couple hundred are able to go up to the other part. That other climb is where most of the pictures of Macchu Picchu are taken from, so there you will find the best views.

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Top 10 Tallest Buildings in the World

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10. Kingkey 100: Shenzhen, China This is the tenth amongst tallest buildings in the world which is located in Shenzhen’s financial district. The name Kingk
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