Tag: Bizarre

Poor Family Living with Dead in Manila

Poor Family Living with Dead in Manila

| October 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

In the Philippines, a part of South East Asia countries, the poor and the dead have little choice but to mingle together in a graveyard in the northern Manila port district of Navotas, one of the world’s most densely populated areas behind only a few Indian cities.

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Fly Geyser, Amazing And Yet Undiscovered Natural Phenomena in Nevada

Fly Geyser, Amazing And Yet Undiscovered Natural Phenomena in Nevada

| July 30, 2011 | 1 Comment

While watching the following photos attached to this post you might get a feel that you are watching some fake Photoshopped photos but you can be sure that this place is very real, despite it looks opposite.

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Mauritius: The Seven Colors Earth, Beautiful and Unusual Natural Phenomena

Mauritius: The Seven Colors Earth, Beautiful and Unusual Natural Phenomena

When you are trying to find some attractive and unusual location to spend your holiday, you probably do not expect nothing spectacular from a village. However, the Chamarel village is different. It is probably one of the rare villages which are competing with other top touristic locations all over the world.

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Devil’s Town in Serbia: Unusual Rock Columns and Few of Other Oddities

Devil’s Town (Đavolja varoš) is an amazing formation of rocks which is located at the south of the Serbia, in the nearby of cities of Kuršumlija and Niš. It is about 280 kilometers away from the capital of Serbia, Belgrade.

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Amazing Pillars Island of Staffa

Amazing Pillars Island of Staffa

Staffa from the Old Norse for stave or pillar island, is an island of the Inner Hebrides in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The Vikings gave it this name as its columnar basalt reminded them of their houses, which were built from vertically placed tree-logs. Staffa lies about 10 kilometers west of the Isle of Mull. […]

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The Giant’s Causeway, Homeland of Amazing Hexagonal Rock Columns

The Giant’s Causeway, Homeland of Amazing Hexagonal Rock Columns

Sometimes we find some places and phenomena in nature for which we cannot be immediately sure whether they are natural or built by human’s hands. The Giant’s Causeway is definitely one of such places where your imagination will start to ask yourself: Is this really a natural phenomena or maybe the deed of a man’s […]

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