Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Beautiful Heritage Temples Of Asia

 A view of the impressive Sun Temple in Modhera, Gujarat. The eight Dikpalas are the Guardians of Direction, guarding specific directions of space. They are traditionally represented on the walls and ceilings of Hindu temples.

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Luxurious Cave House in Historic City

 The Domus Civita is a house located on the top of the Etruscan tombs and caves in Italy. Originally built in XIV century, the owners have attempted to preserve all the natural beams, stone walls and floors while transforming this natural cave into a comfortable living space. The house has been fully restored, maintaining all historical value, and now boasts a heated pool and wine cellar.

High-Tech Faucet Concepts (23 Photos)

 Infrared sensors, touch panels, LED indicators – the good old valves seem to come from the Stone Age when compared to these.

The Most Expensive Hong Kong Apartment

 This is Opus Hong Kong, the building that has one of the most expensive apartments in the world. The apartment was sold for 61 million US dollars making it the priciest condominium in the Chinese city and possibly the second most expensive in the world.

Monday, 8 October 2012

World’s Most Expensive Lamborghini

World’s Most Expensive Lamborghini – the sixth element of Lamborghini, before extolling its features supercar, then by submitting the official video and then posting a gallery of images about it.

Concept Of Unusual Electric Car

 The Rolling Stone is a futuristic creation of Russian designer Vitaly Kononov. This is innovative vehicle that will give a new face to personal transportation…

Spiders on Tree in Pakistan

 An amazing phenomenon that occurred in the area of ​​Sindh in Pakistan. After major floods that hit Pakistan 2010th The observed is an amazing phenomenon. Spiders that were before the flood now crawling on the ground were forced to climb the trees and the trees are woven a remarkable large number of spiders’ webs. Now the spiders made ​​their new home.This flood of lost life is a lot of people, a large number of houses were destroyed also looded is a very large area of ​​the country.Pakistan reduced the number of cases of malaria due to spiders that have woven a net around the whole tree.

Felix Baumgartner Skydives From Space 120,000 Feet Above Earth’s Surface

On a playful tone, jumping can bring a certain rush of excitement to the bloodstream and give a sense of inexplicable freedom. When done with a mission in mind, it can also pose some threats and dangers. Whatever is the purpose behind, Felix Baumgartner seems unfettered and determined to set a new world record by doing an extreme jumping attempt.

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

The Deadly Destinations of World

Take a look at these places you should never live in and get up close and personal with one of the most hazardous places in the world. These places are definitely on not to visit maps. These places will literately kill you.

Kantubek, Vozrozhdeniya Island

 Once the site of laboratories and testing for the Soviet Union’s Microbiological Warfare Group, the deserted island co-owned by Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan is now abandoned and contaminated by anthrax, smallpox, plague, and more. Rusted out boats litter the arid landscape as a result of the drying out of the Aral sea.

University funding boost will create a smarter and stronger Australia

The Gillard Government’s more generous indexation arrangements will inject an extra $367 million over the next four years to help universities meet the cost of quality research and training.

Friday, 8 June 2012

Abandoned monuments in Yugoslavia

 These monuments were built by several sculptors and architects in the 60s and 70s to commemorate sites where WWII battles took place or where concentration camps stood. In the 80s they were a major tourist attraction, but after the Republic dissolved they became just a pile of forgotten monuments. The structures once represented strength, but now they are slowly decaying and fading. Despite the fact that they were neglected lately, you can still feel what the artists tried to expose.

Most Attractive Rock Pools near Porto Moniz in Madeira, Portugal

 Porto Moniz is located about 46 km from Funchal on the northwest tip of Madeira. The name Porto Moniz was a tribute to Francisco Moniz, who married a granddaughter of Gonçalves Zarco, to whom the place was donated. It is famous for its natural rock bathing pools that are filled by the tide with crystal clear water.

Monday, 4 June 2012

Pumpkin Spring – The Grand Canyon’s Arsenic Pool

 Below the rim of the Grand Canyon runs the beautiful Colorado River.  Many take trips down its length but among the majestic scenery is something which they do not quite expect – a huge, enormous gourd-like squash. Jutting out from the canyon wall and perched above the river, this highly unusual formation is known as Pumpkin Spring.

Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Get Your Whole Desktop In One Piece With Dell XPS One 27 With Ivy Bridge Processors

Most people are now switching to Ultrabooks for heavy business use because of their portability and power, but still it’s never enough for some of the heavy-users. So for them, Dell is bringing back it’s old “All-in-One” XPS lineup with the new XPS One 27.

Friday, 25 May 2012

Worlds Tallest Television Tower Tokyo Sky Tree

 The tower already broadcasts FM radio shows. Japanese television channels will start using it next year.
 ut these are only some of Tokyo Sky Tree’s functions. Apart from the traditional observation decks, the facility’s operators provide guided tours of the tower and information on the history of the adjacent district. Other facilities of the local shopping/entertainment center include an aquarium, a planetarium, as well as stores and restaurants.
 Those visiting the Tokyo Sky Tree will be able to take the elevator to an observation deck located 350 meters above the ground. A restaurant is also located there. Part of the observation deck also has a glass floor, so that visitors can see the city beneath their feet. 
 The best cooks are ready to delight connoisseurs at the tower’s restaurants.
 Tickets are already sold out and can only be booked after June. The tickets valid for the first few days after the official opening ceremony were sold out online in the first 30 minutes.
 About 400 employees responsible for receiving guests had to train every day for more than two months. This was done in order to anticipate all possible situations and to impress the guests so much that they would want to visit the tower again.
 The tower has a large shopping center where you can buy anything from souvenirs to fashionable clothes and accessories.
 The tower and its antenna are 634 meters tall. This is higher than China’s Guangzhou Tower, which stands no more than 600 meters tall.
 The exhibition halls combine history and new technologies. An ancient scroll depicting the Sumida River, near which the tower is located, was made using digital technologies and computer graphics.
 The tower has its own mascot, Sorakara-chan, a girl with a star-shaped head. A spiral observation gallery is located at a height of 445-450 meters.
 The construction project, which was launched in July 2008, involved 580,000 people and cost 65 billion yen ($816.5 million). 
The world’s tallest television tower, Tokyo Sky Tree, was opened to the public on Tuesday in Tokyo, the capital of Japan.