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Hong Kong International, Hong Kong
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The coolest airports for a stopover

Have you ever found yourself trapped in an airport, waiting in a fit of boredom for your next flight? There you are, bumbling around and killing time, searching for ways to distract yourself until you can finally jet off to your dream destination. If you’re a frequent flyer, it’s pretty […]

Lake Cachet II
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A huge Chilean lake disappears overnight

A Chilean lake called Cachet II, two square miles of water area, disappeared during a single night and now continues to do regularly. The apparently strange incident first occurred on March 31, 2012 in Chilean Patagonia. The lake with 200 million liters of water completely disappeared due to rising temperatures […]

Macaron
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Famous Parisian pastries

Millions of tourists flock every year, every season, Paris and flooding indiscriminately picturesque streets, searching for the best shot of the Eiffel Tower and San Elysée. Besides them there are the lovers of sweets that are looking earnestly to find in the city the trademark sweets of Paris. Take a […]

baseball court town
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A small town inside a baseball court

The story starts with an impressive baseball stadium in the center of Osaka in Japan to become the headquarters of the famous Japanese baseball team Nankai Hawks. The capacity of the land reached the 31.380 people and created based on all the new technologies and included the most modern construction. […]

Javier Lloret Rubik´s cube
Design / Travel

Converting a building into a Rubik’s Cube

Rubik’s Cube is considered one of the toughest puzzles in the world. Its power lies in its patience, the way of looking at you from multiple angles and showing insensitivity to be twisted with a gradual anxiety. It does not care about your logic or your sweat and when the […]

Meteor Shower Time
Technology / Travel

The last meteor shower of the year is not lost | The Ursids

Although the Geminids are the most famous star rains of December, the last event of this type really are Ursids that come this weekend at their peak. These are not so famous because they are not as intense as other famous showers. Observers usually see about 10 shooting stars per hour. […]

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