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DREW BARRYMORE PROFILE

Drew Barrymore (actress). Drew Blythe Barrymore was born on February 22, 1975, in Los Angeles,California. The daughter of actor John Drew Barrymore Jr. and Ildiko Jaid, Barrymore's great-grandparents were actors Maurice Barrymore and Georgiana Drew, and her grandparents were actors John Barrymore and Dolores Costello. The director Steven Spielberg is her godfather.

Barrymore, a talented young actress, has been as well known for her wild antics off-screen as for her acting ability. Ildiko Jaid, estranged from husband John Barrymore Jr., began taking her daughter to auditions as a baby. The youngest Barrymore appeared in her first television commercial for Puppy Choice dog food before she was a year old.

She made her big screen debut at the age of four in Ken Russell's Altered States (1980). At the age of seven, Barrymore landed her most famous role as Gertie, the adorable little sister in E.T.: The Extraterrestrial (1982). The role pushed Barrymore into the spotlight. After the movie she appeared on NBC's The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, and became the youngest-ever host of Saturday Night Live.

Jaid began taking her daughter to night clubs, and it was at Studio 54 and the China Club that Barrymore developed a pre-teenage fondness for drugs and alcohol. At age 13, an enraged Barrymore became violent when she was unable to throw her mother out of the house. She was placed in a rehabilitation center, and later wrote of the experience in her autobiography, Little Girl Lost.

Because of her reputation as a wild child in trouble, film projects were slow to materialize. Barrymore made some minor films, including Irreconcilable Differences, Firestarter and Cat's Eye. In the 1990s, she began starring in a series of films that exploited her bad-girl image, including Poison Ivy (1992), Guncrazy (1992), and The Amy Fisher Story (1993), a made-for-TV movie based on the Joey Buttafuoco scandal.

Barrymore entered into a short-lived marriage to bar owner Jeremy Thomas at age 19, which lasted from March to May of 1994. She continued her controversial behavior throughout the early 1990s by posing nude for spreads in Andy Warhol's Interview and in Playboy. She also made headlines when she exposed herself on live TV to a shocked David Letterman during his Late Night show birthday celebration.

Her luck began to change in 1995, when Barrymore founded her own production company, Flower Films. The same year, she gave a solid performance in the film Boys on the Side co-starring Whoopi Goldberg and Mary-Louise Parker. The next year she made a memorable terror-filled appearance in the blockbuster Scream (1996) and co-starred in Woody Allen's musical Everybody Says I Love You (1996).

In 1998, she proved her strength as a romantic leading lady when she co-starred in the popular comedy, The Wedding Singer with Adam Sandler and in Ever After, a version of the Cinderella story co-starring Anjelica Huston.



In 1999, she earned her first credit as an executive producer with the likable comedy Never Been Kissed, in which she also starred. The next year, she also produced and starred in the hit film Charlie's Angels, playing alongside Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Bill Murray. The movie became a blockbuster hit, bringing in more than $40 million in its opening weekend.

Charlie's Angels signaled the beginning of true financial success for Flower Films. Barrymore's next choice for the company was the dark drama, Donnie Darko, starring Jake Gyllenhaal. The film, in which Barrymore also co-starred, became an instant cult classic and was nominated for more than a dozen independent film awards.

In 2002, Barrymore appeared as the love interest of Chuck Barris in the critically acclaimed biopic, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, also starring Sam Rockwell. Through this performance, Barrymore's reputation as a legitimate film actress was finally solidified.

Barrymore brought back her successful Charlie's Angels franchise in 2003 with Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. This time, she also brought actress Demi Moore and comedian Bernie Mac onboard. The film was another box-office smash. That same year Flower Films also released the comedy Duplex, in which Barrymore starred with Ben Stiller.

The next year, Barrymore starred in another Flower Films movie, 50 First Dates, a romantic comedy co-starring Adam Sandler. She also earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Flower Films—and Barrymore— kept busy the next few years, producing such films as Fever Pitch (2005), Music and Lyrics (2007) and the recent box office hit, He's Just Not That Into You (2009). Barrymore is reportedly in talks to direct the third movie in the Twilight film series, Eclipse.

Barrymore's other recent acting projects include Lucky You (2007), Beverly Hills Chihuahua (2008), and the biopic Grey Gardens (2009) co-starring Jessica Lange.

In addition to acting, Barrymore has a successful career as a model, becoming the face of CoverGirl Cosmetics and Gucci Jewelry in 2007. That same year, she was listed No. 1 in People magazine's annual 100 Most Beautiful People list.

After her marriage with Thomas ended in 1994, Barrymore has had a string of romantic relationships. In 2000, she became engaged to the eccentric Canadian comic Tom Green, of MTV's The Tom Green Show. After many false wedding rumors (some started by Green himself), the pair eloped in March 2001. The couple filed for divorce six months later. Since then, she has been linked to Strokes drummer Fabrizio Moretti and actor Justin Long. Barrymore and Long split in 2008.

HOSNI MUBARAK PROFILE


Biography
Muhammad Hosni Sayyid Mubarak (Arabic: محمد حسني سيد مبارك‎ Muḥammad Ḥusnī Sayyid Mubārak; commonly known as Hosni Mubarak; Arabic: حسني مبارك‎; transliterated: Ḥusnī Mubārak); (born 4 May 1928) is the fourth and current President of the Arab Republic of Egypt. He was appointed Vice President in 1975, and assumed the Presidency on 14 October 1981, following the assassination of President Anwar El-Sadat. He is the longest-serving Egyptian ruler since Muhammad Ali Pasha. Before he entered politics Mubarak was a career officer in the Egyptian Air Force, serving as its commander from 1972 to 1975. As of 30 January 2011, Mubarak is struggling to contain a popular uprising against his rule

Few expected that the little-known vice-president who was elevated to the presidency in the wake of Anwar Sadat's 1981 assassination would hold on to the country's top job for so long.

Mr Sadat was assassinated by Islamic radicals at a military parade in Cairo, and Mr Mubarak was lucky to escape the shots as he sat next to him.

Since then, he has survived at least six assassination attempts - the narrowest escape shortly after his arrival in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, in 1995 to attend an African summit, when his limousine came under attack.

Besides his knack for dodging bullets, the former Air Force commander has also managed to keep a hold on power for three decades, positioning himself as a trusted Western ally and fighting off a powerful opposition movement at home.

But with his regional clout waning, his health failing, and his succession unclear, many question how long Mr Mubarak will be able to carry on.

Early life

Born in 1928 in a small village at Menofya province near Cairo, he insists on keeping his private life out of the public domain.

Married to a half-British graduate of the American University in Cairo, Suzanne Mubarak, and with two sons, Gamal and Alaa, the Egyptian president is known to lead a strict life with a fixed daily schedule that starts at 0600.

An undated family photograph at Tahadeya Palace in Cairo, released in 2007
Mr Mubarak seen with this wife, two sons and daughter-in-law

Never a smoker or a drinker, he has built himself a reputation as a fit man who leads a healthy life.

In his younger days, close associates often complained of the president's schedule, which began with a work-out in the gym or a game of squash.

Muhammad Hosni Sayyid Mubarak was sworn in on 14 October 1981, eight days after the Sadat assassination.

Despite having little popular appeal or international profile at the time, the burly military man has used his sponsorship of the issue behind Sadat's killing - peace with Israel - to build up his reputation as an international statesman.

Emergency rule

In effect, Hosni Mubarak has ruled as a quasi-military leader since he took power.

For his entire period in office, he has kept the country under emergency law, giving the state sweeping powers of arrest and curbing basic freedoms.

The government argues the draconian regime has been necessary to combat Islamist terrorism, which has come in waves during the decades of Mr Mubarak's rule - often targeting Egypt's lucrative tourism sector.

He has presided over a period of domestic stability and economic development that means most of his fellow countrymen have accepted his monopolisation of power in Egypt.

Hosni Mubarak in Cairo, 19 October
Hosni Mubarak is one of the world's longest-serving presidents

In recent years, Mr Mubarak has felt for the first time the pressure to encourage democracy, both from within Egypt, and from his most powerful ally, the United States.

But many supporters of reform doubt the veteran ruler's sincerity when he says he is all for opening the political process.

Mr Mubarak has won three elections unopposed since 1981, but for his fourth contest in 2005 - after a firm push from the US - he changed the system to allow rival candidates.

Critics say the election was heavily weighted in favour of Mr Mubarak and the National Democratic Party (NDP). They accuse the Egyptian leader of presiding over a sustained campaign of suppressing opposition groups, most notably the Muslim Brotherhood.

There are indications from the NDP that the octogenarian plans to stand again in elections slated for later this year.

The length of time he has been president, along with his age and who will succeed him, are all sensitive subjects in Egypt.

People around Mr Mubarak say his health and vigour belie his age - although a couple of recent health scares have been a reminder of his mortality.

Rumours about the president's health gathered pace when he travelled to Germany in March 2010 for gall bladder surgery. They flare every time he misses a key gathering or disappears from the media spotlight for any conspicuous length of time.

However much Egyptian officials try to deny them, they keep circulating, with reports in the Israeli and pan-Arab media.

It's not hard to see why. Mr Mubarak has not named a vice-president. So there is no obvious successor.

Gamal Mubarak 2010
Hosni Mubarak has never commented on his son's presidential potential

The fear among opposition groups is that his son, 40-year-old former investment banker Gamal Mubarak, is being groomed for a kind of dynastic inheritance dressed up as a democratic transition.

Gamal insists he has no ambition to be president, but he has been moving steadily up the ranks of the NDP, becoming a leading advocate of economic and political reform.

Historians point out that every president since the revolution of 1952 has come from the military, and Gamal's civilian credentials may give him trouble in gaining the support of that important constituency.

But decisions will have to be taken before elections at the end of the year.

In the past, Mr Mubarak has said he will continue to serve Egypt until his last breath.

But even if he is not suffering any specific illness, questions will be asked over whether someone who will then be 83 years old is sprightly enough for the rigours of ruling this huge, challenging country, at a time when multiple regional crises are brewing.|source|

Angela Merkel Profile


Angela Merkel is the present Chancellor of Germany, claiming the distinction to be the first German female to attain the position. Along with that, she is also credited with being the youngest person to be German chancellor since the Second World War. Angela was elected to the German Parliament from Angela MerkelMecklenburg-Vorpommern and since April 2000, has also been holding the title of the Chairwoman of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU).
Angela Merkel was named as the ‘Most Powerful Woman of the World’ in 2007, by Forbes Magazine, for the second consecutive time. She is the third woman to serve on the G8, after Margaret Thatcher and Kim Campbell. In 2007, Angela became the second woman to chair a G8 summit, after Margaret Thatcher. She has served as the president of the European Council and in 2007, became a member of the ‘Council of Women World Leaders’.

Childhood
Angela Merkel was born as ‘Angela Dorothea Kasner’ on 17th July 1954, in Hamburg, Germany. She was born to Horst Kasner, a Lutheran pastor and his wife, Herlind), a teacher of English and Latin and a member of the ‘Social Democratic Party of Germany’. Angela is the eldest of the three siblings, the other two being Marcus and Irene. Her family moved to Templin, after Horst was made a pastor at the church in Quitzow, near Perleberg, Brandenburg. Thus, she spent majority of her childhood in the countryside, north of Berlin.
Angela Merkel was a member of the official, socialist-led youth movement Free German Youth (FDJ). Thereafter, she also became a member of the district board and secretary for "Agitprop" (agitation and propaganda), at the Academy of Sciences. Even though she was brought up in socialist German Democratic Republic, she never became a participant in the secular coming of age ceremony, Jugendweihe. Rather, she received confirmation.

Early Life
Angela Merkel studied physics in Templin and at the University of Leipzig, from 1973 to 1978. For the next two years, from 1978 to 1990, she worked and studied at the Central Institute for Physical Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences, in Berlin-Adlershof. In 1977, she married the physics student Ulrich Merkel, but got divorced in 1982. Angela has done doctoral thesis on Quantum Chemistry and received a doctorate for the same and also undertaken research work. She married Joachim Sauer, a chemistry professor in 1988.

Political Initiation and Later Life
Angela Merkel stepped into politics in 1989, when she joined the new party Demokratischer Aufbruch, after the fall of the Berlin Wall. After the first (and the only) democratic election of the East German state, she became the deputy spokesperson of the new pre-unification caretaker government, under Lothar de Maizière. Angela was elected to the Bundestag, from a constituency including Nordvorpommern district, Rügen district and the city of Stralsund, in December 1990 and it continued to be her electoral district till today.
She became Minister for Women and Youth in Helmut Kohl's 3rd cabinet, after her party’s merger with West German CDU. In 1994, she was made Minister for the Environment and Reactor Safety, the post which served as foundation of her political career. With the defeat of the Kohl government, in the 1998 general election, Merkel was made the Secretary-General of the CDU. A financial scandal rocked her party in 1999, after which she advocated a fresh start without her mentor, Kohl, and was elected to become the first female chairperson of the party.

Leader of Opposition
The defeat of Stoiber (leader of Bavarian Christian Social Union or CSU, CDU’s sister party) in 2002 led to her to becoming the ‘Leader of the Conservative Opposition’, in Bundestag, the lower house of the German Parliament. During this time, she supported reform agenda relating to Germany's economic and social system, along with changes to German labor law. She even advocated for slower phasing out of Germany's nuclear power, apart from a strong transatlantic partnership and German-American friendship. The support of ‘Iraq-invasion’ and ‘privileged partnership’ to Turkey in EU were some of her other policies.
Born on: 17th July 1954
Born in: Hamburg, Germany
Nationality: German
Education: Doctorate in Quantum Chemistry
Career: Chancellor of Germany

Chancellor of Germany
Angela Merkel was sworn in as the ‘Chancellor of Germany’ on 22nd November 2005. She leads a Grand coalition, comprising of CDU’s sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU) and the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD). She has been following pro-free-market reform agenda since then, apart from advocating a strong German-American relationship. She has made serious efforts to overhaul government's health care system, along with the burdensome corporate tax policies. Merkel has also made her strict budgetary impact on the extensive European Union budget debates. In 2007, she offered Europe's help to get Israel and the Palestinians back to the negotiating table. Recently, she expressed Germany’s support for Israel, during a speech to the Knesset.|source|

JESSE EISENBERG PROFILE


Jesse Adam Eisenberg born October 5, 1983 is an American actor. He has played featured or starring roles in films including The Squid and the Whale, Adventureland, Zombieland and The Social Network; he has received critical acclaim, including a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Actor, for his performance as Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg in the latter film.

Personal life
Eisenberg was born in Queens, New York City, New York, the son of Amy, who worked as a clown, and Barry Eisenberg, who ran a hospital and later became a college professor. He has two siblings, Hallie Kate Eisenberg, a former child actress, and Kerri. His family is Jewish, and originated in Poland and Ukraine. Eisenberg was raised in Queens and New Jersey, attending the East Brunswick Public Schools at Frost School, Hammarskjold Middle School, Churchill Junior High School, and spending his sophomore year at East Brunswick High School.Eisenberg studied at The New School in New York City's Greenwich Village neighborhood. Originally, he had applied and was accepted to New York University, but declined enrollment in order to complete a film role.

Career
Eisenberg made his Broadway debut as an understudy in a 1996 revival of Summer and Smoke. He made his screen debut on the 1999 television series Get Real, which was canceled in 2000. After appearing in the made-for-television film Lightning: Fire from the Sky, he starred in the independent film Roger Dodger (for which he won an award at the San Diego film festival), and in The Emperor's Club, both of which were released in 2002 to generally positive reviews.

In 2005, Eisenberg appeared in Cursed, a horror film directed by Wes Craven, and The Squid and the Whale, a well-reviewed independent drama also starring Laura Linney and Jeff Daniels. His stage credits include Scarcity at the Atlantic Theater Company (2007) and a workshop production of Lyle Kessler's Orphans in Los Angeles (2006). In 2007, he starred opposite Richard Gere and Terrence Howard in The Hunting Party, a comic thriller in which he plays a young journalist in Bosnia.

In 2009, Eisenberg played the lead role in Adventureland, a comedy directed by Greg Mottola and filmed in Kennywood Park near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Filming ended in October 2007,and the movie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009. In November 2007, Eisenberg was cast in the indie comic-drama Holy Rollers. He played a young Hasidic Jew who gets lured into becoming an ecstasy dealer. Filming took place in New York in 2008.He also played the role of Cheston in Solitary Man. In 2010, He starred in the role of Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg in the film The Social Network, for which he earned the Best Actor Award from the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures, and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama.

After Zombieland 2, Eisenberg will star in another horror film, Camp Hope, directed by George Van Buskirk.He plans to write for stage and screen.

On November 22, 2010, Eisenberg was honored, along with Whoopi Goldberg, Joycelyn Engle and Harvey Krueger, at the Children at Heart Celebrity Dinner Gala and Fantasy Auction, to benefit The Children of Chernobyl. Steven Spielberg is Chair of the event each year.

On January 29, 2011, Eisenberg hosted the late-night show Saturday Night Live on NBC, with musical guest Nicki Minaj. During his opening monologue, Eisenberg met Mark Zuckerberg for the first time.


Filmography
1999 Get Real
2001 Lightning: Fire from the Sky
2002 TheThe Emperor's Club
2002 Roger Dodger
2004 Village
2005 Squid and the Whale
2005 Cursed
2007 Education of Charlie Banks
2007 Hunting Party
2007 One Day Like Rain
2007 Living Wake
2009 Adventureland
2009 Zombieland
2010 Holy Rollers
2010 Camp Hell
2010 Solitary Man
2010 TheThe Social Network
2011 30 Minutes or Less
2011 Zombieland 2
2011 Rio
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HENRY CAVILL PROFILE


Henry William Dalgliesh Cavill
(born 5 May 1983) is a British actor. He has appeared in the films The Count of Monte Cristo and Stardust, and played the role of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, on the Showtime series The Tudors, from 2007 until 2010. He has been cast to play Superman in the 2012 film Superman: Man of Steel.


Early life
Cavill was born on the island of Jersey in the Channel Islands, the fourth of five boys. His mother, Marianne, worked in a bank, and his father, Colin Cavill, was a stockbroker.He was educated at St. Michael's Preparatory School in Saint Saviour, Jersey before attending Stowe School,a boarding school in Buckinghamshire, England. He first began acting in school plays at Stowe, saying, "In prep school I really learned to love the stage. When you step out from the wings into the lights, there's this incredible rush of adrenaline and fear and anticipation... it's just something else, it really is." He has said that if he hadn't become an actor, he would have joined the army or studied Egyptology.


Career
Cavill involved himself with European dramatic plays during his early acting career. Cavill's first film appearances include one of 2002's successful dramatics, an adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo shortly followed by roles in the nouveau film I Capture the Castle (2003) and an experimental High-Def movie entitled Red Riding Hood (2004). Additionally, he starred in Hellraiser: Hellworld, released in 2005. In 2006, had a supporting role in Tristan & Isolde.
Cavill at the 2009 premiere of Whatever Works.

While Cavill was rumored to have auditioned for the lead role in Batman Begins, he has confirmed having never screen-tested for nor been offered the role. Henry was also the cause of a write-in effort of fans to see him cast as Cedric in the 2005 Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. The role went to Robert Pattinson. Cavill also auditioned for the role of Superman in Superman: Flyby and was attached to the film under McG's direction. However, when McG pulled out, Bryan Singer took over the project and cast Brandon Routh as the lead role in the retitled Superman Returns.In 2005, he became a contender for the role of James Bond in Casino Royale, and performed in a final screentest. The producers and director were torn between Cavill, Daniel Craig, and Sam Worthington. Apparently the director favoured Cavill as a younger version of Bond. However, the producers believed Cavill was too young for the role, which then went to Craig.In the December 2005 edition of Empire Magazine, he was dubbed "the most unlucky man in Hollywood".

Cavill then landed a leading role in the Showtime series The Tudors (2007), playing the historical character of Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk,brother-in-law to Henry VIII of England and supporter of Queen Catherine of Aragon. He also had a minor part in the fantasy film Stardust (2007). In 2007 he was featured in Vanity Fair's Hollywood's Next-Gen Men article.

During pre-production for the film adaptation of the book Twilight, author Stephenie Meyer was outspokenly in favor of Cavill to become the actor for the role of Edward Cullen. However, by the time Twilight was filmed, Henry was 24 and no longer could portray a youth of 17. Again, Robert Pattinson was cast instead of Cavill, this time in the role of Edward Cullen.

In early 2008, Cavill was featured in Dunhill fragrance advertising. The television ad features a suited up Cavill walking through the Union Jack flag, before mounting a helicopter. The second television ad features Cavill driving a car, through a deserted London at night, and meeting with a young woman.

Cavill played lead character Evan Marshall in the 2009 Joel Schumacher-directed thriller Blood Creek. He also had a minor role in the 2009 Woody Allen film Whatever Works.

Henry Cavill was cast as Theseus in a mythological special effects and big budget film entitled Immortals(2010), with some of the producers of 300 and Piranha 3-D.

Entertainment Weekly's "Must List of 2009" listed Cavill as the "Most Dashing Duke" because "As Charles Brandon on Showtime's 'The Tudors', he displays charm, depth, and a killer bod."

On January 30, 2011, it was announced that Cavill had been cast in the role of Clark Kent / Superman in director Zack Snyder's Superman: Man Of Steel.


Filmography

2001 Laguna Thomas Aprea
2002 The Count of Monte Cristo
2003 I Capture the Castle
2004 Red Riding Hood
2005 Hellraiser: Hellworld
2006 Tristan + Isolde
2007 Stardust
2009 Blood Creek
2011 Immortals
2012 Superman: Man of Steel
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Top 10 Most Amazing Places in the World

Here’s the top 10 ranks of most amazing places in the world, and you may consider to visit it. A place will be noted interesting and fascinating if these places are unique. Uniqueness that makes people will be amazed by its uniqueness or amazed by the beauty of the place. Like the places below, that consider to be the most amazing places in the world.

10. Guaíra Falls, Brazil-Paraguay border

Most people think of Niagara Falls is the largest in the world. Whereas Guaira Falls is the largest in the world with waterfalls volume reached an average of 1.75 million cubic feet per-second. Source Guaira Falls, is located in the frontier of Brazil-Paraguay, is the river Parana. In 1982, the waterfall was built dams Guaira to Itaipu power plant with a dam which is now the second largest dam in the world’s largest power producer after Gorges Dam.

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Guaíra Falls

9. Iceberg B-15, Antarctica

Iceberg B-15 is the largest iceberg in recorded history. The covers 3100 km, making it larger than Jamaica Pulai. Giant iceberg is due to fracture of Ross Ice Shelf in March 2000. Nearly a decade passed, the parts of the iceberg was still not entirely liquid, the biggest part still considered as B-15a, with the vast field reached 1700 km.

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Iceberg B-15

8. Don Juan Pond, Antarctica

The Dead Sea is the famous for its salt content is very high. Don Juan Pond, a lake with the highest salt content in the world. Comparison when just exposed with the sea in general, Don Juan Pond, 18 times saltier than normal seawater, when compared to the Dead Sea, the Don Juan Pond, eight times more salty. Temperatures in the pool was like a general in the Antarctic region, is relatively low, with the lowest point can reach -30 degrees Celsius. But never got frozen like other places in Antarctica.

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Don Juan Pond

7. Rotorua, New Zealand

Rotorua is a seaside town in the south of the lake with the same name. Precisely in the Bay Plenty, north island of New Zealand. The uniqueness is from the region are the many swimming-pool hot springs, especially Pohutu Geyser at Whakarewarewa, and boiling mud-mud. The area is unique and interesting, visited by many tourists.

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Rotorua

6. 83-42, Greenland

The 83-42 is believed as the only parcels of land in the north. It was only a “tiny” size of about 35 m, 15 m and height 4 m. The uniqueness of 83-42 was found in 1998, which at the north pole is covered by ice, We can still find some piece of land.

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83 42 Greenland

5. Socotra, Republic of Yemen

Socotra is one of the oddest places in the world. Almost all of who were there seem strange, from the shape of the tree and its environment, this anomaly could be causing plant life or anything on there grew a strange look. Call it well known plants such as the Dragon’s Blood Tree. It is strange, very unusual shape, looks like an umbrella. This tree produces red sap.

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Socotra Islands

4. The Great Dune of Pyla, France

What we do know that Europe has no deserts, but this assumption is wrong. Europe has a unique dune Pyla ie, the length of 3 km, width of 500 m and height of 100 meters. This place is famous for being the place of paragliding activity. Besides the uniqueness of the dunes, which is also amazing is the surrounding scenery from the heights where we could see the sea and forests.

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The Great Dune of Pyla

3. Meteor Crater, USA

Meteor Crater is a crater formed by meteorite fall. It is located about 43 miles (69 kilometers) east of Flagstaff, near Winslow in the northern Arizona desert of the United States. Meteor Crater was allegedly formed since 50 000 years ago in the Pleistocene era when the local climate became cooler and more moist. At that time there was a vast grassland and forests, inhabited by mammoths wool, mashed giant lemurs, and camels.

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Meteor Crater

2. Mount Roraima, Venezuela, Brazil and Guyan

The mount Roraima is incredibly beautiful place. This Stone mount is uniquely shaped like a table in the clouds. Height of 400 meters. The only way to reach the roof top of the table is by path climbs the stairs that had been provided Venezuelan government.

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Mount Roraima

1. The Door To Hell, Turkmenistan

People call it ‘the Gate of Hell “because the 70 meter wide crater it out fires continuously since last 35 years. Starting from 1971 in which geologists doing research in the region to look for mine gas. What happened next is a burst of flame from under the hold continuous, even swallowed all their equipment. The geologist was no one dared to go down into the crater as it was poisonous. You can see it on Google with coordinates 40 ° 15’8 “N 5.

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The Door To Hell


Top 10 Most Famous Lost Cities

Here’s a list of most famous lost cities in the world. Cities may become lost a variety of reasons, including economic, geographic and social such as war. Some lost cities at known sites have been studied extensively by scientists. Thus, lost cities might be referred to as ghost towns. Here is a list of the most famous lost cities that ever in the world.

10. Caesars City

Also known as the Wandering Town and City of Patagonia, the City of the Caesars is a mythical city believed to lie at the southern tip of South America. This city has never been found, and at this point is considered a legend more than anything.

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Caesars City

9. Troy

Troy is a legendary city located in modern Turkey. Troy has long been considered by many to be a myth until the goods from the first excavated in the 1870s. Found that in fact there are many cities on the site, which for years has been built on top of one another.

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Troy

8. Memphis

Founded in 3100 BC, Memphis is the capital of ancient Egypt, and served as the administrative center of civilization for hundreds of years before abandoned with the advent of Thebes and Alexandria. Unfortunately, the stones from the ruins have been adjusted to the nearest residential building, and many sites still lose an important part of historians.

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Memphis

7. POMPEII

Roman city of Pompeii was destroyed in AD 79 after Mount Vesuvius erupted and buried the nearby community of under 60 feet of ash and rock. The city is estimated to have about 20,000 inhabitants at the time, and it is considered one of the main holiday destination for upper-class Roman society.

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Pompeii

6. Machu Picchu

The Machu picchu near the remote Urubamba Valley in Peru. The city was never found and looted by the Conquistadors, and not until the historian Hiram Bingham visited him in 1911. It is said to be in prison, but new research shows that it may be a personal Pachacuti Inca emperor.

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Machu Picchu

5. ATLANTIS

Atlantis is described by Plato as civilization advanced and strong naval forces, Atlantis is said to have conquered most of Europe before sinking into the sea as a result of some kind of environmental disaster.

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Atlantis

4. LOST CITY “Z”

The lost city “Z” should be located deep in the Brazilian jungle, lost city “Z” considered as advanced civilization with a sophisticated network of bridges, roads, and temples. There is no evidence of its existence has ever been found.

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Lost City Z

3. PETRA

Petra is located in Jordon, and Arguably is the most beautiful of all cities. The most prominent feature is the beautiful stone architecture, carved from the rock surrounding mountains. It was explored in the 18th century.

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Petra

2. El Dorado

One of the most famous of all the legendary city of El Dorado is a mythical kingdom is said to be found in the forests of South America. City is said to be led by a powerful king and keep untold wealth of gold and jewelry.

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El Dorado

1. ANGKOR

The Angkor area in Cambodia and the region surrounding a large in size since been recognized as the largest pre-industrial city in the world, and the famous temple of Angkor Wat which is generally regarded as the greatest religious monuments in existence.

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Angkor

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Top 10 World’s Deepest Caves



Our Planet is a house of human, animals, and plants. Before man knew how to build a house, they used cave as a permanent resident to hide from predators, bad weather, include rising family and practicing supernatural rituals . Next, I have 10 deepest caves in the world. Although they were not used by any old civilization before, these places are still really good site to visit. If you like traveling and exploring natural wonders, I am sure you’ll like it.

1.Krubera Voronja Cave

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This cave is the deepest cave in our planet with total measurement 7188 feet. It is the first explorable cave in the world with measurement over 2 km down

2.Illuzia Snezhnaja Mezhonnogo

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According to the size, this cave is bigger then Krubera Voronja. For the deep, the cave is recorded as the 2nd in the world. The cave is located in Georgia and has loads of challenge and perils.

3.Gouffre Mirolda

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Challenging and tempting, that what make many explorers willing to visit this cave. With total measurement 5685 feet deep, it is recorded as the first explorable vertical cave with deepness less than 1 km

4.Vogelshacht and Lamprechtsofen

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The cave is 5354 feet deep and has beautiful interior and nice track.if you visit the cave don’t forget to bring your camera.

5.Reseau Jean Bernard

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Before the previous cave was founded around 1980s. Reseau Jean Bernard was the deepest cave in the world measuring 5256 feet deep down.it has 8 entrances and located at French Apls, Smoens.

6.Torca del cerro del cuevevon

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Talk about difficulty and challenges Torca del Cerro Cuevon or T-33 or La Torca de las Saxifragas is the answer,The deep of the cave is 1.589 m and it is now titled as the deepest cave in Spain

7.Sarma

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Sarma, at Caucuses Range, Georgia, comes to the next number. Measuring at 5062 feet down

Sarma has unexplored area where it can make the cave be the deepest cave in the world

8.Shakta Vjacheslav Pantjukhina

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This cave is a family of Bzybsky Massif in Georgia.The wonderful thing this area has 400 caves and one of the cave recorded as the deepest on earth. Measuring at 4948 feet down, Shakta Vjacheslav Pantjukhina is 8th deepest cave in the world.

9.Sima de la Corsina-Torca Magali

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Sima de la Corsina is part of the interior of Picos de Europa mountains in Spain.A team of speleologists have studied this cave and found that Inside the cave, there is a pit with deepness 4944 feet down

10.Cehi 2

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At the next position, we have Cehi 2.Located at the Italian- Slovenian borders, The cave has a pit 4982 feet down .This record make the cave the 2nd deepest cave in Slovenia and 10th in the world. The dept of the cave is same as twice tallest building in the world.|source|

Top 10 Biggest and Widest Buildings in the world

World is changing and every year, our planet is filled with new high rises towers and wide space buildings. All these buildings are build for several reason include a prestige. Here`s the list of biggest and widest buildings in the world.

10. Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand

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Suvarnabhumi Airport 563,000 sq

Thailand is famous for their tourism. It seems no wonder that they were finally built an international airport that is not only modern but also big and roomy. This is Suvarnabhumi Airport. It covers 563,000 m² of waiting and administrative area and that is not include the ruway area

09. Hong Kong International Airport, China

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Hong Kong International Airport 570.000 sq

Still in Asia, this is Hong Kong International Airport. The construction are filled with glass and metals and the airport itself covers 570,000 m² area. The runway is not included.

08. K-25, USA

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K-25, USA 609.000 sq

This building was completely built in 1945 and it is functioned as a Uranium enrichment power plant till now. It is located in Tennessee, USA and it was costing $512.000.000. Since the building fully operated, it covers 609,000 m² area

07.Pentagon, USA

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Pentagon, USA 610.000 sq

Pentagon building covers 610,000 m² area and most of the area is not open for public. This building holds the secret of United States Defense system and in the last couple of years, many people try to uncover what lies behind the walls

06.The Palazzo, USA

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The Palazzo, USA 645.581sq

Still in US, we move to Palazzo luxury hotel and casino resort. The building covers 645,581 m² area and different than Pentagon, in Palazzo, most of the area is meant or opened for public

05. Berjaya Times Square, Malaysia

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Berjaya Times Square, Malaysia 700.000 sq

Back to Asia, this is Berjaya Times Square of Malaysia. The building is featured with 2 5 stars Hotel, Shopping Malls, Casino, one indoor theme park and some luxury residences. The building has 700,000 m² floor area and it is known as one of the largest in Asia.

04. The Venetian, Macao, China

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The Venetian, Macao, China 980.000 sq

Macao, as the Las-Vegas of Asia, is filled with large hotels and the Venetian is one of them. The Venetian`s building covers 980,000 m² area that is occupied with Casinos, Hotels, Shopping areas, restaurants and many more.

3. Beijing Capital International Airport

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Beijing Capital International 986.000 sq

Another Chinese building, Beijing Capital International Airport is 8th most crowded airport in the world and known as the 2nd biggest airport terminal in the world. The building itself covers 986,000 m² area. Beside spacey and busy, this airport is also modern and filled with loads of facilities.

2. Aalsmeer Flower Auction, Netherlands

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Aalsmeer Flower Auction 990.000 sq

Go to Europe, this is Aaalsmeer Flower Auction. Everyday, this building is a trading place for millions of flowers around the world. The building covers 990,000 m² of space and is known as the 2nd largest in the world

1. Dubai International Airport, Dubai

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Dubai International 1.500.000 sq

This is our champion, Dubai International Airport, Dubai. The building covers 1,500,000 m² and that is known as the largest in the world. Its terminal 3 alone is recorded as the largest building in the world by floor area. The airport is facilitated with 97 escalators, 180 check-in counters, 157 elevators, and a car parking space for 2600 cars.|SOURCE|