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Gigantic Eggs Represent Iceland’s Species Of Birds – Both Local And Migratory

One of the most fascinating sights you can see about a kilometre west of Djúpivogur, a small town in the Austurland Peninsula in eastern Iceland, are the ‘Eggin í Gleðivík’, that in English means the ‘Eggs of Merry Bay’. These gigantic eggs, placed on rows of plinths, are not from prehistoric birds, but the creative …

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Vietnam’s Golden Bridge On The Ba Na Hills Is Attracting International Tourists In Droves

Vietnam is the last country in which you would expect to see any engineering marvels. However, this country has turned this impression on its head by building a bridge that has not only become the talk of the town in the country but has also made international travellers and tourists sit up and take note. …

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Disneyland Paris Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary With Disney Sand Sculptures In Ostend, Belgium

You really have to hand it over to Disneyland Paris to celebrate its 25th Anniversary in a unique style. It is doing so by displaying sand sculptures sprawled on the Grande Plage of Ostend in Belgium. And the sculptures are not 10 or 15in number but an incredible 150 in all, sprawled across an area …

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The Amazing Shimmering Tunnel Of Lights Mimics Japan’s Seasonal Foliage

If someone blindfolds you and takes you into this tunnel and removes your blindfold, you would either think you are dreaming or seeing things in virtual reality! Yes, such is the effect of this dazzling botanical garden that goes by the name of Nabana no Sato in Japan’s island of Nagashima in Kuwana. You’ll be …

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15 Most Awesome Bridges

When it comes to engineering feats, bridges take the pride of place. Bridges have had a long history, even long before the invention of tools or discovery of metals. In those times, bridges were mainly built to cross on foot. However, as civilization progressed, so did the scale and design to the bridges.