Archive for December, 2009

Brave Men Behind Empire State Building

Brave Men Behind Empire State Building

| December 25, 2009 | 6 Comments

The Empire State Building is an architectural marvel, and one of the most spectacular attractions in New York City. The building itself was constructed in 1930 during the Great Depression and is a living monument to that era. The Empire State Building is located at Fifth and 34th Avenues. For 40 years after it was […]

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Disaster of 2009 – Great Flood of Philippines

Disaster of 2009 – Great Flood of Philippines

| December 24, 2009 | 5 Comments

These were the photos of the worst flood that ever happened in Manila, Philippines capital. The flood was caused by a tropical storm of Ondoy (or Ketsana) that rampaging the city on 26 September 2009. At least 400 people died on the disaster and the damage lost was unimaginable (unofficially said to be more than […]

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Stunning British Wildlife Photos by Richard Austin

Stunning British Wildlife Photos by Richard Austin

| December 13, 2009 | 10 Comments

These eye-catching pictures portray British wildlife, ranging from chilly lambs on a snowy hillside to a boar sleeping off the effects of a day in the cider orchards. Even the zebra is British, as it’s a resident of a wildlife park in Somerset. The images, taken by photographer Richard Austin, feature in 2010’s cutest calendar. […]

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The ‘Best’ Train in the World

The ‘Best’ Train in the World

| December 6, 2009 | 8 Comments

Almost all countries in the world have trains as their means of land transportation. A train is a connected chain of vehicles for rail transport that move along a track to transport freight or passengers from one place to another. Have you ever wondered what the best train in the world is? Let’s check it […]

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