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Latest Landmarks

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Latest Curiosities

A la Ronde: The 16-Sided House That’s Never Short of Sunlight

Oct 22, 2020

Near the village of Lympstone, in Devon, England, stands a unique 18th century property—a one of a kind 16-sided house built by two fiercely...

Broomway: Britain’s Deadliest Path

Oct 21, 2020

Situated on the east coast of Essex, England, on the estuary of River Roach, Foulness Island has long been controlled by the military. The a...

Casa de las Conchas: The House of Shells

Oct 20, 2020

Casa de las Conchas, or the House of Shells, is a curious attraction in Salamanca, Spain. This stately mansion built between the late 15th a...

Huer's Hut And Pilchard Fishing

Oct 20, 2020

Cornwall, in southwest England, once had a thriving fishing industry and at the heart of this industry was the pilchard, also known as sardi...

The Vespasianus Titus Tunnel

Oct 19, 2020

Around 300 BC Seleucus I founded, on the current southeast coast of Turkey, the city of Seleucia Pieria. Located north of the mouth of the O...

How Medieval Bridges Were Built—An Animation

Oct 17, 2020

Building a bridge over water is a daunting task, and despite the many technological progresses, the basics have remain unchanged since ancie...

Fokker’s Synchronizing Gear And The Birth of Fighter Planes

Oct 16, 2020

The first airplanes to join the First World War were not made for combat. They merely played the role of an observer, scouting enemy positio...

The Space Museum Inside a Church

Oct 13, 2020

About 80 km outside of Kyiv, in the small Ukrainian town of Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyy, there is a large complex of museums dedicated to preser...

Aqueduct of Segovia: The Mortar-Less Miracle

Oct 13, 2020

The aqueduct of Segovia is a classic example of Roman water transport architecture—simple in design, yet magnificent to behold, and surprisi...

Writing Sheds of Famous Writers

Oct 12, 2020

Writers usually have their favorite writing spots, a small, secluded space, sparsely furnished, where creativity flows unimpeded. The chosen...