Know, that unites the romantics and thrill-seekers? They are always attracted by all that is breathtaking. This love, passion, speed, altitude and more. Maybe just a little in different ways. And height – especially. Remember, as the heart stopped the first time you rode on the Ferris wheel or went to the observation deck multi-level buildings. Imagine what you will feel when your floors will take you to the tallest tower in the world. Many country openly and not really compete with each other in absolute value “growth” of buildings. For many (administration of the state, designers, builders, owners) it is a matter of prestige and the aspect that often draw the attention of tourists. Someone is enjoying the altitude in flight on the aircraft or the hang glider, and someone builds incredible skyscrapers. As they say, someone that. Continue reading
However, skepticism sharply disappears, when you find yourself in one of these places. True the cell phone suddenly shuts off and doesn’t want to respond to nerve pressing on the red button.
Like the camera continues to work, but then, on the “mainland”, when viewing found interesting things: here you enter the forest to capture the abnormal area… and darkness, as long as you’re there. And then you come out of the woods. And cheerful camera again captures everything around you.
In General, until you see, not believe.
The village Okunevo and the Shaitan-the lake
Near the city of Omsk, the regional center Muromtsevo, is the famous village of Okunevo, which is famous in itself and in its environs are happening strange things. Continue reading
Archaeologists have discovered the world’s oldest temple – megalithic structure, which scientists have dubbed the “Turkish Stonehenge”. Scientists consider it “the most important building in the world”: a place of worship of ancient people called Göbekli Tepe in South-Eastern Turkey over the famous English Stonehenge by seven thousand years.
The temple of Göbekli Tepe is a circle with a diameter of from 15 to 50 meters, surrounded by rectangular stone walls about 3 feet high. Many of the pillars are carved columns with relief figures of animals. In addition to the bulls, foxes and cranes, the pillars can be distinguished lions, ducks, Scorpions, ants, spiders and snakes. Inside the circles were also found free-standing sculptures of animals. In the last season of excavations, archaeologists discovered a statue of a man and sculpture of the head and neck of a wild boar. Continue reading