Facts and stories
Raya Sader Bujana, a paper artists from Barcelona, Spain, crafted a series of amazing paper figures of Olympic athletes. Each athlete consists of about 150 paper elements joined in a special way to make them 3-dimensional.
You’ve possibly heard hundreds of times that right posture is immensely important for one’s health condition, but do you actually know why? This great video will provide you with a detailed answer!
25 most beautiful spiral staircases 4/9/2016 • Fredy
A staircase has been a common architectural element for several thousands of years already. However, in art, philosophy and literature stairs often serve as a mysterious symbol of a passage into another world or level of existence.
Lake Kaindy (Қайыңды) is located in the Kungey Alatau Mountains 1900 meters above the sea level and is one of the natural attractions in Kazakhstan which is really worth visiting!
These cats have already become internet celebrities due to unusual and funny coat patterns created by nature itself. Look and amaze!
The visible part of our universe has many amazing views that can tell us a lot about the past and future of our world. Thanks to modern super powerful telescopes that observe the sky day and night we have a marvelous chance to see beautiful pictures of various parts of the universe.
The unique Devil’s Bridge in Germany: incredibly beautiful and mystical place! 4/5/2016 • Michael L.
This 150 years old bridge is a really unique one: it was designed in such a way that the bridge itself and its reflection in the water create an illusion of a perfect circle whatever angle you choose for observation!
The vegetable is immensely popular in many countries across the world, but lots of us have only a vague idea of how it is grown. Learn a heap of interesting facts about potatoes with this amazing video showing the whole process from field to factory!
10 astonishing paradoxes of nature 4/3/2016 • Dale
Everything in the world exists in harmony. Anyway, even nature doesn't always obey its own laws and that's where amazing paradoxes begin!
Two amateur astronomers at once got more than they expected, observing Jupiter through telescopes on the 17th of March, 2016.