Category Archives: Exotic Places

Amazing Cave Pool in Santorini, Greece

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20 PLACES YOU WOULDN’T BELIEVE ARE REAL!

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1.MARE ISLAND NAVAL SHIPYARD – VALLEJO, CALIFORNIA

Mare Island Naval Shipyard - Vallejo, California 

 2.NAICA MINE – CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO

Naica Mine - Chihuahua, Mexico 

3.CRYSTAL CAVE – SKAFTAFELL, ICELAND

Crystal Cave - Skaftafell, Iceland 

4.GRAND PRISMATIC SPRING – YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING

Grand Prismatic Spring - Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming 

 5.GULLFOSS – ICELAND

Gullfoss - Iceland 

6.BERRY HEAD ARCH – NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA

Berry Head Arch - Newfoundland, Canada 

7.HANG SON DOONG CAVE – VIETNAM

Hang Son Doong Cave - VietnamSource: images.nationalgeographic.com

8.MOUNT GRINNELL – GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, MONTANA

Mount Grinnell - Glacier National Park, Montana 

9.BLACK ROCK DESERT, NEVADA

Photo: Geysers and mineral pools of Nevada's Black Rock DesertPhotograph by Jack Dykinga/Getty Images

10.DAN’S CAVE, ABACO ISLAND

Photo: A diver following a guideline through a cave in the BahamasPhotograph by Wes C. Skiles, National Geographic

11.SUNSET, MOUNT EVEREST

Photo: The sun sets over the west shoulder of Everest and Nuptse.Photograph by Cory Richards, National Geographic

12.ZHANGYE, CHINA

Zhangye, China 

13.TUNNEL OF LOVE – KLEVEN, UKRAINE

Tunnel of Love - Kleven, Ukraine 

14.SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia 

 15.MT. RORAIMA, VENEZUELA

Mt. Roraima, Venezuela 

16.TUNDRA TREK, SVALBARD

Photo: A group of hikers silhouetted against a mountain ridge in Svalbard, Norway 

17.MORAVIA, CZECH REPUBLIC

Moravia, Czech Republic 

18.WATERSLIDE, ISRAEL

Photo: Waterslide seen from belowPhotograph by James L. Stanfield, National Geographic

19.NAMIBIA

NamibiaSource: photography.nationalgeographic.com

20.LAPLAND, FINLAND

THE 33 MOST BEAUTIFUL ABANDONED PLACES IN THE WORLD

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1. CHRIST OF THE ABYSS AT SAN FRUTTUOSO, ITALY

Via: en.www.lensart.ru

Via: en.www.lensart.ru

2. KOLMANSKOP IN THE NAMIB DESERT

Via: photography.nationalgeographic.com

Via: photography.nationalgeographic.com

3. ABANDONED DOME HOUSES IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

Via: reddit.com

Via: reddit.com

4. THE REMAINS OF THE SS AYRFIELD IN HOMEBUSH BAY, AUSTRALIA

Via: photoree.com

Via: photoree.com

5. THE ABANDONED WONDERLAND AMUSEMENT PARK OUTSIDE BEIJING, CHINA

Image by David Gray / Getty Images

Image by David Gray / Getty Images

6. FISHING HUT ON A LAKE IN GERMANY

Via: onebigphoto.com

Via: onebigphoto.com

7. HOLLAND ISLAND IN THE CHESAPEAKE BAY

Via: baldeaglebluff

Via: baldeaglebluff

8. THE KERRY WAY WALKING PATH BETWEEN SNEEM AND KENMARE IN IRELAND

Via: leiraenkai.deviantart.com

Via: leiraenkai.deviantart.com

9. PRIPYAT, UKRAINE

Via: reddit.com

 

10. 15TH CENTURY MONASTERY IN THE BLACK FOREST IN GERMANY

Via: abandonedography.com

Via: abandonedography.com

11. KALAVANTIN DURG NEAR PANVEL, INDIA

Via: natureknights.net

Via: natureknights.net

12. THE REMAINS OF THE PEGASUS IN MCMURDO SOUND, ANTARCTICA

Via: panoramio.com

Via: panoramio.com

13. ANGKOR WAT IN CAMBODIA

Via: theglobalpanorama.com

Via: theglobalpanorama.com

14. THE MAUNSELL SEA FORTS IN ENGLAND

Via: fivelightsdown.squarespace.com

Via: fivelightsdown.squarespace.com

15. BODIAM CASTLE IN EAST SUSSEX, ENGLAND

Via: commons.wikimedia.org

Via: commons.wikimedia.org

16. CZESTOCHOWA, POLAND’S ABANDONED TRAIN DEPOT

Via: nedhardy.com

Via: nedhardy.com

17. SUNKEN YACHT IN ANTARCTICA

Via: ruschili.35photo.ru

Via: ruschili.35photo.ru

18. ABANDONED DISTILLERY IN BARBADOS

Source: i.imgur.com  /  via: reddit.com

Source: i.imgur.com / via: reddit.com

19. MICHIGAN CENTRAL STATION IN DETROIT

Source: i.imgur.com

Source: i.imgur.com

20. 1984 WINTER OLYMPICS BOBSLEIGH TRACK IN SARAJEVO

Source: flickr.com

Source: flickr.com

21. CRACO, ITALY

Source: i.imgur.com  /  via: reddit.com

Source: i.imgur.com / via: reddit.com

22. RUSSIAN MILITARY ROCKET FACTORY

Source: lana-sator.livejournal.com  /  via: i.imgur.com

Source: lana-sator.livejournal.com / via: i.imgur.com

23. ABANDONED MILL FROM 1866 IN SORRENTO, ITALY

Source: logicalrealist  /  via: i.imgur.com

Source: logicalrealist / via: i.imgur.com

24. COOLING TOWER OF AN ABANDONED POWER PLANT

Source: flickr.com  /  via: i.imgur.com

Source: flickr.com / via: i.imgur.com

25. HOUSE OF THE BULGARIAN COMMUNIST PARTY

Image by Dimitar Kilkoff / Getty Images

Image by Dimitar Kilkoff / Getty Images

26. ABANDONED CITY OF KEELUNG, TAIWAN

Source: flickr.com  /  via: i.imgur.com

Source: flickr.com / via: i.imgur.com

27. LAWNDALE THEATER IN CHICAGO

Source: ebow.org

Source: ebow.org

28. NORTH BROTHER ISLAND NEAR NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK

Source: ny.curbed.com

Source: ny.curbed.com

29. ABANDONED BLADE MILL, FRANCE

Source: blessingmartin

Source: blessingmartin

30. EL HOTEL DEL SALTO IN COLOMBIA

Source: alveart

Source: alveart

31. ASUNCION, PARAGUAY

Image by Jorge Saenz / AP

Image by Jorge Saenz / AP

32. THE TUNNEL OF LOVE IN UKRAINE

Via: placesmustseen.com

Via: placesmustseen.com

33. NARA DREAMLAND IN JAPAN

Via: steampunkopera.files.wordpress.com

 

LEARN TO MAKE A SIMPLE TRAP FOR MOSQUITOES.

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Items needed:
What we need is basically:
200 ml water
50 grams of brown sugar,
1 gram of yeast (yeast bread, found in any supermarket) and a 2-liter plastic bottle.

How to:
One. Cut the plastic bottle (PET type) in half. Storing the neck portion:
2nd. Mix brown sugar with hot water. Let cool. When cold, pour in the bottom half of the bottle.
3rd. Add the yeast. No need to mix. It creates carbon dioxide.
4th. Place the funnel part, upside down, into the other half of the bottle.
5th. Wrap the bottle with something black, minus the top, and put in some corner of your house.

Mosquitoes find hosts (animals that provide blood) by being able to detect the carbon dioxide that the animals exhale. This is a mini carbon dioxide generator so it is quite effective. In two weeks you will see the amount of mosquitoes and mosquitoes who died inside the bottle.In addition to cleaning their homes, breeding sites of mosquitoes and mosquitoes, we can use this method very useful in: Schools, Nurseries, Hospitals, homes, ranches, farms, ranches, nurseries. etc.