Category archive Curiosity

Festival of Lights (Portugal)

Posted by Filed in Curiosity 19 de septiembre de 2014

Lumina Lights Festival gathers artists presenting their works of art with lights. It was held on September 14 in Cascais, Portugal.

The 15 most rare and colorful houses in the world

Posted by Filed in Curiosity 15 de septiembre de 2014

The color is just a visual perception generated by our brain after receiving the information captured by the photoreceptors we have eyes; they are responsible to capture different wavelengths of light.

Here is a cheerful collection of images that show some of the most colorful buildings and houses that are scattered throughout the land. These are buildings that, in addition to the typical functions, are intended to give a different touch and enlighten the eyes of those who observe them.

Casa arco iris (Brooklyn), Edificio de colores (Madrid, España), Galery art (Vilna, Lituania) and more.

6 beautiful tattoo lovers

Posted by Filed in Curiosity, Tattoos 15 de septiembre de 2014

Contemplate these 6 beautiful tattoos of love, surely you’ll love. Falling in love makes us curious and able to do risky things. We think we are invincible and do everything in the world to change for us. Suddenly, we find ourselves at another time in our lives and everything has a different meaning.

Maybe there are people who criticize people who get tattoos with the person they love, in many cases they were right, as it is very painful to have to see people trying to delete or hide the tattoo from someone who was and never could have been forever.

Love is beautiful, and today, there are different things that allow us to become a permanent memory of our partner. Some people guardarn the most beautiful skin now.

Rabaul 21st century

Posted by Filed in Curiosity 12 de septiembre de 2014

Today I want to show how and under what conditions people live in the city of Rabaul, Papua New Guinea, which is surrounded by three dangerous active volcanoes. On September 19, 1994 the city was almost completely destroyed and covered with ash from the eruption of the volcano Tavurvur. During the eruption killed a third of the population of Rabaul, but later the city was partially rebuilt, and at this time the population of the city is 7,882 men.

Mysterious Siberian lake Tere-Khol

Posted by Filed in Curiosity 12 de septiembre de 2014

I want to tell you about one of the most beautiful and mysterious lakes of Siberia, which is called Tere-Khol. Over the years it has attracted the attention of not only tourists, but also archaeologists. On the lake crossing a huge bridge!

Fortress ruins clay on the island of Puerto Bazhyn for hundreds of years are of interest to scientists. Studies of historians and archaeologists have shown that the fort was built in the eighth century.

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