A collection of Nazi artefacts discovered in Buenos Aires
Argentinian federal agents found Nazi artefacts in a gallery in the north part of Buenos Aires. The stuff was to be sold on the black market. With the help of Interpol, the agents entered the premises of dealers of illegal art and discovered 75 well-preserved Nazi artefacts.
A two-headed porpoise caught in the Netherlands
No one expected such discovery. For the first time in the world a group of fishermen accidentally had caught a two-headed porpoise but they placed it back into the sea because they thought they might get into trouble - that's what telegraph.co.uk reports.
A huge wood storage in Sweden
In 2005, a hurricane Gudrun (Erwin) passed across Denmark and Sweden, destroying many acres of forests. This hurricane is the cause of this large heap of wood in Sweden. See the power of this element.
Portugal in flames
There's raging inferno in Portugal. At least 62 casualties and more than 50 injured in a fire that broke out on Saturday afternoon in Leiria district in central part of Portugal. The authorities report that this death toll may increase. Here's a photo gallery showing this element.
Fancy coffins from Ghana
Every industry has its niche and the example of that can be a controversial Ghanaian carpentry company. What does it do? They're known in Europe as "The Fantasy" or "The Fantast coffins from Ghana" and locals called them abebuu adekai. They produce unusually shaped coffins. See their products!
Supertrain from 1979
The following model of a train was used in the "Supertrain" American NBC series. At the same time it was the most expensive single movie prop that had been ever built. It cost $5 million. Such expense raised the cost of the series significantly, what made this series the most expensive one in the United States at that time. In addition, the following train model crashed while filming one of the episodes. As if this wasn’t bad enough, the series received very bad reviews. The whole losing streak ended with canceling the show after 3 months.
A house in Texas shaped like a cowboy boot
This uniquely shaped house is located in Huntsville, Texas. Nowadays it can be rented so if you are a fan of the wild west, then it's waiting for you! It was designed by an artist Dan Phillips from Phoenix. See the conventional interior in the unconventional shape of this building.
Spreewald - the German Venice
Spreewald is a geographical region of Lower Lusatia that's currently situated in the districts of Oberspreewald-Lausitz and Dahme-Spreewald in Germany (in Brandenburg territory). In 1991 Spreewald was declared a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Do you wonder what was that for?
Homeless kids from the USSR in 1920
Since 1920, millions of orphaned and abandoned children tramped over the crowded cities, towns and villages of the whole new Soviet country. World War I, the Russian Revolution and civil war caused the death of at least 16 million lives in the USSR. This situation made millions of children lose their parents. In these times the Bolshevik authorities informed about seven million homeless kids. See photos from this horrible time.
Round water bubbles
Ooho company launches some edible bubbles with water made from algae and calcium chloride. In the past, such inventions were visible only in cartoons, and today they've become reality.