How was your week? I’m sure if you think back, some good things and some bad things will spring to mind. WELL, ISN’T THAT LIFE?! I hope today and the day after this and all the future days are better than the ones before them. IF THAT’S EVEN REMOTELY POSSIBLE. Here are the Top5 things I found this week. Like and share if you like any of these thingys.
1. DAD FACEBOOK POSTS OF THE WEEK
Found at LOLhappyFace.com
2. GIFS OF THE WEEK
Found at theCreatorsProject.Vice.com
3. INAPPROPRIATE CHILDREN NOTES OF THE WEEK
4. WALT DISNEY/SALVADOR DALI COLLABORATION OF THE WEEK
5. PLACES IN THE WORLD I’D LIKE TO GO PICS OF THE WEEK
found on Imgur
1. China : Spiral staircase
The spiral staircase in the Taihang Mountains is 91 meters high.
2. Portugal : Palace Regaleira
An interior view of the Palace of Regaleira located in Sintra, Portugal.
3. Bosnia and Herzegovina : The small town of Blagaj
Tekija’s house built in the 16th century next to the Buna’s river.
4. Romania : The Săpânţa Merry Cemetery
The Merry Cemetery in the region of Maramures has burial chambers built in wood, painted in bright colors.
5. Italy : The small island of Procida.
Procida is an island and a town of approximately 10,000 inhabitants located in the province of Naples.
6. Malta : The Popeye Village
It was built as a movie set in 1980 for the film Popeye (Walt Disney). Today it is open to the public as a museum.
7. Iceland : Litlanesfoss Falls
Litlanesfoss is waterfalls surrounded by basalt columns located in Upphéraðsvegur, Iceland.
8. China : Rainbow Moutains
Zhangye Danxia mountains were formed on red terrigenous sedimentary layers that have been eroded for 24 million years.
9. Italy : The Cliff Restaurant
The Cliff Restaurant (Grotta Palazzese) was built in a cave in the region of Apulia, Italy.
10. India : The Chand Baori
In Rajasthan, this building dating from the 11th century is one of the first baoris (wells) that has solved the problem of water shortage.
11. USA : Bishop’s Castle
In the San Isabel National Forest in Colorado is a medieval castle built for 40 years by Jim Bishop. He began construction at the age of 15 years.
12. Russia : A psychedelic salt mine
At the heart of the abandoned salt mine Yekaterinburg, Russia. This is a disused Carnallite mine for several years.
13. Brazil : Natural white sand pool of Fervedouro
Near the Mateiros village is a natural pool, Fervedouro. It measures 8 meters in diameter, the water is crystal blue and the ground is white sand.
14. Italy : Craco ghost medieval village
Cracow is an Italian abandoned town making it a tourist destination and a famous film shooting place.
15. Samoa : To Sua Ocean Trench
“To Sua Ocean” is a small paradise located in the village of Lotofaga in Samoa. The place is available to the public as a swimming area.
16. Burma : The village of Bagan
Bagan is a vast Buddhist archaeological site of nearly 50 square kilometers located in the Mandalay Region, in the central plain of Burma.
17. Portugal : Agueda’s colorful Umbrellas
In the town of Agueda, Portugal, umbrellas of different colors are in suspension in the shopping streets.
18. Tanzania : Lake Natron
Lake Natron is an alkali endorheic salt lake of tectonic origin present in northern Tanzania.
19. Germany : The Bastei Bridge
The Bastei bridge is located in the mountains of Saxon Switzerland Elbe in Germany.
20. Sichuan : Leshan Giant Buddha
The Leshan Giant Buddha is a monumental statue of Buddha carved into the cliff of Mount Lingyun, Sichuan.
21. Spain : Alcazar of Segovia
Alcazar of Segovia is a fortified castle, located at the end of the old city of Segovia in Spain.
22. Turkey : Rocks tombs of Myra
In lycènes rocks are the rock tombs of the ancient city of Myra.
23. Netherlands : Fort Bourtange
Bourtange is a Dutch fortified town of the province of Groningen, which was built in 1580.
24. Bhutan : Monastery Taktshang
Taktshang is a Buddhist monastery in Bhutan, perched on a cliff at 3,120 meters.
25. Portugal : São Miguel Island
São Miguel is the largest and most populated island of the Azores archipel with an area of 744.6 km ².
26. Italy : Santa Maria dell’Isola
The Monastery Santa Maria dell’Isola was built on a small rocky cliff near the beach in Tropea, Italy.
27. France : Gardens of Marqueyssac
Gardens of Marqueyssac – Belvedere of the Dordogne is located in the town of Vézac in a historic park of 22 hectares.
28. Philippinnes : Labassin Waterfall Restaurant
This restaurant in the Philippines offers its guests to eat feet in the water. An artificial waterfall was built for the occasion.
29. Iran : Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque
The Nasir-ol-Molk Mosque is a Shiite mosque in the province of Fars in Iran. It was built from 1876 to 1888 and is full of colors.
30. Russia : Lena Pillars National Park
These natural stone columns measure several tens of meters in height and are formed by a process of erosion.
31. Thailand : The White Temple Wat Rong Khun
Wat Rong Khun is an entirely whiteplace of worship located in south of Chiang Rai, Thailand.
32. Singapore : The Park Gardens by the Bay
Green space with remarkable biodiversity, built for more than 625 million dollars. This giant park measures 101 hectares and comprises three gardens.
33. United States : Kansas City Public Library
Original architecture for the Kansas City library that offers a facade shaped ledgers stored.
34. Ukraine and Russia : Mount Ai-Petri
Ai-Petri mountain is 1230 meters high, in the region of Yalta in the Crimea.
35. Egypt : The Library of Alexandria
The Library of Alexandria was built in 1995 and cost $ 220 million. It was inaugurated in October 2002.
36. France : Le Moulin de l’Abbaye
Le Moulin de l’Abbaye is a luxury hotel located in Brantome-en-Perigord in the Dordogne. It is a luxury place of Périgord.
37. Peru : Oasis of Huacachina
Huacachina is a village in the Ica Region, in southwestern Peru and offers an oasis. In 1999, only 115 people lived there.
38. Mexico : The Marieta Islands
The Marieta Islands are an uninhabited archipelago off the coast of Nayarit, Mexico. It is an old military zone who became protected as a national park area.
39. Sri Lanka : The Lion Rock Sigiriya
Sigiriya (Lion’s Rock) is a major archaeological site.
40. Portugal : The Fort of São João Baptista
The Fort of São João Baptista is a seventeenth century fort located on the island of Berlengas in front of the port city of Peniche in central Portugal.
41. Canada : The Montreal Botanical Garden
The Montreal Botanical Garden is located in Montreal, Quebec and is one of the most important botanical gardens in the world. It was created in June 1931.
42. Thailand : Phraya Nakhon Cave
A Buddhist temple built in the middle of the cave Phraya Nakhon in Thailand is illuminated by the light of heaven.
44. South Korea : Jeju-do Island
Jeju-do is a oval province and a sub-tropical island of South Korea .
45. France : L’Arche Percée de Chartreuse
Discovered only in 2005, the double arch is located in the Alps.
46. Turkmenistan : The Door to hell
The gate of hell (Door to Hell) is a hotbed of continuously burning natural gas since it was lit by Soviet scientists in 1971.
47. China : Engulfed City of Shi Cheng
In Qiandao Lake lies the city of Shi Cheng, about 1300 years old, it is immersed for 53 years in the deep waters.
48. Morocco : Souk of Fez
In the souk of Fez in Morocco is one of the oldest tanneries in the world.
49. United States : The Fly Geyser
Fly Geyser is a small geyser in Washoe County, Nevada, which gives the impression of a brown ooze greenish color.
50. Belize : The Great Blue Hole
The Great Blue Hole is an underwater cenote off the coast of Belize. It is almost circular with a diameter of 300m and 120m deep.
51. Venezuela : Mount Roraima
Mount Roraima is a South American mountain overlooking the clouds and rises to 2810 meters.
That’s it for this week.
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