Swimming with jaguars - Little French Key in Honduras
Little French Key is a resort on the tiny Roatan island in Honduras. Besides the holiday resort, there's also an Exotic Animal Rehabilitation Center, where you can swim in the ocean with jaguars. Check out these wild and unusually nice animals.
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Majestic architecture in China
Here are some unique and scary looking architecture pics by Yu a.k.a. 5.12, a talented self-taught photographer and urban traveler from Guangzhou, China. Yu focuses on landscape and architectural photography.
Venice Beach in the 70s and 80s
In 1978, a photographer Bill Aron and his family moved to California. His wife got a job as a professor there, and Bill was just starting to work as a photographer. After moving to California, the family chose to live in the Venice district, which was still affordable at the time. See the photos that the photographer was taking for two decades during the weekend walks.
The oldest bridge in the world
An ancient Sumerian city - Girsu, located about halfway between the nowadays Baghdad and Basrah, southern Iraq, there's one of the earliest cities in the world. Girsu, being at least five thousand years old, became the capital of the kingdom of Lagash, a sacred metropolis dedicated to the Sumerian heroic deity called Ningirsu, and was still its religious center after the political authorities moved to the city of Lagash. It was in Girsu where for the first time there was discovered evidence of Sumerian civilization in the form of thousands of cuneiform tablets with records concerning economic, administrative and commercial matters of the city. More than fifty years of excavations in this huge archaeological site revealed some of the most important monuments of Sumerian art and architecture, including a 4,000 years old bridge made of baked brick.
A Japanese museum with the most flexible opening hours ever
On a quiet, mansion street in Kyoto, Japan, just around the corner of the Kennin-ji temple, there's a tiny, one-room museum dedicated to Ukiyo-e art and pictorial woodcuts. This small, family museum in an old wooden Machiya tenement building is "the smallest ukiyo-e museum in the world". Below you can see Ichimura Mamoru, who's standing in front of his museum in Kyoto.
People of the Victorian era at the beach
Today, our time machine will take you to the beach in Atlantic City, to the Victorian era, where swimsuits make women look like sailors.
A wooden sculpture in Tulum
A South African artist Daniel Popper, famous for his large figurative sculptures, created a new work of art as part of the art and culture festival in Tulum, Mexico. The towering installation's name is Ven a la Luz (enters the light) and it consists of wood and ropes formed into a female shape. Her torso is filled with green plants, being a passage for visitors.
Banksy - Paris with his six new works
A couple of new graffiti works appeared in the capital of France. They were created in various locations, and according to the assumptions, they turned out to be made by one of the most famous street art artists, Banksy. The author added new graffiti pics to his Instagram profile, resolving doubts. All the works refer to the migration crisis. The first work was noticed by passers-by at the World Refugee Day near the former Paris Refugee Center.
World's ugliest dog 2018
People gather at this annual event to watch cute but ugly animals. We mean the competition for the ugliest dog in the world, settled already - and the winner was an English bulldog Zsa Zsa. The festival, already 30 years old, took place in the San Francisco Bay, where after the fierce competition the title was given to a 9-year-old English bulldog Zsa Zsa, and her owner was awarded with a prize of $1,500. Meet the ugliest dog of 2018.