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Friday, December 3, 2010

Raid de Himalaya LEG 6 (HD) : Video

Friday, November 19, 2010

Metal Sculpture - Love

In the Georgian spa town of Batumi, a new attraction - a metal sculpture of "Love".
It is noteworthy that the sculpture ... mobile. Seven meter schematic figures of men and women spinning move
toward each other and merge together.

The Most Expensive House

Mukesh Ambani from India, built a house worth $ 1 billion. This is the most expensive private house in history. The construction of this 27-storey building, which now lives a family of six people, took seven years.

Its height is 60 floors of conventional buildings, but the ceilings are almost three times higher than normal, and therefore in the palace was built only 27 floors. The total area of 37,000 square meters.

Home Get a truly unique - there each room has its own exclusive design. In addition, here are a health club with gym, dance studio, ballroom, yoga studio, swimming pools, numerous bars and guest rooms, as well as a room where you can escape the Mumbai heat with the help of artificial snow .. The house has 9 lifts, and the roof are three helipads. On the upper floors of the mansion offers a spectacular view of Mumbai and the Arabian Sea. The first six floors has a garage for 160 cars. One of the floors are given over to home theater. Also, the building has two floors of "security" which meant, apparently to hide the family of billionaire in the event of an armed assault.

The most Creative Ads on Buildings

How to make the roads in Holland

A Very Rare Type of Weapon

This belt buckle pistol, was created in 30th years of last century in Nazi Germany.
Since the domain of the buckle pistol was very limited, they were released quite a bit.
Running the whole thing is very simple.
There are two types of buckles, guns - and dvuhstvolnaya Quadruple (7.65 and 5.6 caliber, respectively).
When you click on the upper part of the buckle is opened and immediately shot.
In other models, after opening the buckle must still pull the trigger.

Crocodile Attack on Elephant

Wednesday, November 3, 2010


Friday, September 3, 2010

Amazing Flexible Body of Man

Hello friends, we do many exercise for remain fit in our life cycle. But in this case here a man has a totally flexible and smooth body. He can bring his arm and leg in any positions. Really this is an amazing thing for ordinary persons. Guys Below you can see the pictures of amazing flexible body of man.
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Look in the above photo he brings his hand backward from the body from passing between two legs.
photos of amazing flexible body the man
What an excellent performance!! This is a so stunning picture. Here he put one lag one behind his head.
amazing flexible body the man photos
This seems too easy particularly for above photo's task but not easy for a normal persons.
amazing flexible body the man pictures
Here the man stands on one leg and around the body I mean from behind to front part of the body while we are not supposed to stand with one leg.
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We really can't touch our head to the legs while here he push his head more front and it's become amazing I mean he can able to see his ass and for other persons it's impossible.
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In this photo he is trying to Yoga.
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Amazing Rock In Saudi Arabia – Believe It Or Not!

A huge rock in a village of Al-Hassa region, SAUDI ARABIA raises 11 cms from the ground level once in a year during the month of April and stays elevated for about 30 minutes!!!
amazing-rock-saudi-arbia_01They say that 17 years ago, one Mujahid was shot dead behind this rock as he was hidden there. This encounter happened in the month of April 1989. You can see the fresh blood stains on the rock. Most surprisingly, when the rock raises from the ground, these stains become darker, fresher and wet. Local residents tried to wipe off the stains several times, but after some time it appears again on the rock automatically…

ARR- Vandemataram & Jana gana mana

Indian to be proud of Jana Gana Mana

Incredible India

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Nice Creative

Stunning Collection of Amazingly Realistic Sculptures

Stunning Collection of Amazingly Realistic Sculptures

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

The Colossus of Rhodes

The Colossus of Rhodes
The Colossus of Rhodes
The island of Rhodes was an important economic centre in the ancient world. It is located off the southwestern tip of Asia Minor where the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean. The capitol city, also named Rhodes, was built in 408 B.C. and was designed to take advantage of the island's best natural harbour on the northern coast. In 357 B.C. the island was conquered by Mausolus of Halicarnassus (whose tomb is one of the other Seven Wonders of the Ancient World), fell into Persian hands in 340 B.C., and was finally captured by Alexander the Great in 332 B.C..
When Alexander died of a fever at an early age, his generals fought bitterly among themselves for control of Alexander's vast kingdom. Three of them, Ptolemy, Seleucus, and Antigous, succeeded in dividing the kingdom among themselves. The Rhodians supportedPtolemy (who wound up ruling Egypt) in this struggle. This angered Antigous who sent his son Demetrius to capture and punish the city of Rhodes. The war was long and painful. Demetrius brought an army of 40,000 men. This was more than the entire population ofRhodes.
When Demetrius attacked the city, the defenders stopped the war machine by flooding a ditch outside the walls and mining the heavy monster in the mud. By then almost a year had gone by and a fleet of ships from Egypt arrived to assist the city. Demetrius withdrew quickly leaving the great siege tower where it was. To celebrate their victory and freedom, the Rhodians decided to build a giant statue of their patron god Helios.
They melted down bronze from the many war machines Demetrius left behind for the exterior of the figure and the super siege tower became the scaffolding for the project. According to Pliny, a historian who lived several centuries after the Colossus was built, construction took 12 years. Other historians place the start of the work in 304 B.C..
The statue was one hundred and ten feet high and stood upon a fifty-foot pedestal near the harbour mole. Although the statue has been popularly depicted with its legs spanning the harbour entrance so that ships could pass beneath, it was actually posed in a more traditional Greek manner: nude, wearing a spiked crown, shading its eyes from the rising sun with its right hand, while holding a cloak over its left.
The architect of this great construction was Chares of Lindos, a Rhodian sculptor who was a patriot and fought in defence of the city. Chares had been involved with large scale statues before. His teacher, Lysippus, had constructed a 60-foot high likeness of Zeus. Chares probably started by making smaller versions of the statue, maybe three feet high, then used these as a guide to shaping each of the bronze plates of the skin.
The Colossus stood proudly at the harbour entrance for some fifty-six years. Each morning the sun must have caught its polished bronze surface and made the god's figure shine. Then an earthquake hit Rhodes and the statue collapsed. Huge pieces of the figure lay along the harbour for centuries.
It is said that an Egyptian king offered to pay for its reconstruction, but the Rhodians refused. They feared that somehow the statue had offended the god Helios, who used the earthquake to throw it down.
In the seventh century A.D. the Arabs conquered Rhodes and broke the remains of the Colossus up into smaller pieces and sold it as scrap metal. Legend says it took 900 camels to carry away the statue. A sad end for what must have been a majestic work of art.

The Great Pyramids

The Great Pyramids of Giza
The Great Pyramids of Giza

It's 756 feet long on each side, 450 high and is composed of 2,300,000 blocks of stone, each averaging 2 1/2 tons in weight. Despite the makers' limited surveying tools no side is more than 8 inches different in length than another, and the whole structure is perfectly oriented to the points of the compass.

Until the 19th century it was the tallest building in the world and, at the age of 4,500 years, it is the only one of the famous "Seven Wonders of the Ancient World" that still stands. It is the Great Pyramid of Khufu, at Giza, Egypt.

Some of the earliest history of the Pyramid comes from a Greek traveller named Herodotus of Halicanassus. He visited Egypt around 450 BC and included a description of the Great Pyramid in a history book he wrote. Herodotus was told by his Egyptian guides that it took twenty-years for a force of 100,000 oppressed slaves to build the pyramid. Stones were lifted into position by the use of immense machines.
In 1638 a English mathematician, John Greaves, visited the pyramid. He discovered a narrow shaft, hidden in the wall, that connected theGrand Gallery with the descending passage. Both ends were tightly sealed and the bottom was blocked with debris. Some archaeologists suggested this route was used by the last of the Pharaoh's men to exit the tomb, after the granite plugs had been put in place, and by the thieves to get inside. Given the small size of the passageway and the amount of debris it seems unlikely that the massive amount of treasure, including the huge missing sarcophagus lid, could have been removed this way.

Some have suggested that the pyramid was never meant as a tomb, but as an astronomical observatory.

Richard Proctor, an astronomer, did observe that the descending passage could have been used to observe the transits of certain stars. He also suggested that the grand gallery, when open at the top, during construction, could have been used for mapping the sky.

Most archaeologists, though, accept the theory that the great pyramid was just the largest of a tradition of tombs used for the Pharaohs of Egypt.

So what happened to Khufu's mummy and treasure? Nobody knows. Extensive explorations have found no other chambers or passageways. Still one must wonder if, perhaps in this one case, the King and his architects out smarted both the ancient thieves and modern archaeologists and that somewhere in, or below, the last wonder of the ancient world, rests Khufu and his sacred gold.