Woman marries HERSELF

A woman has married herself after failing to find the man of her dreams before turning 40. Yasmin Eleby, from Houston, Texas, tied the knot in a purple gown earlier this month, surrounded by her closest friends and family.As one cannot legally marry one’s self in America, the ceremony was spiritual rather than legal, conducted by three ministers, one of ... Read More »

WAR with flour, eggs and fireworks!

Residents of the Spanish town of Ibi staged a mock military coup on Sunday, pelting each other with flour, eggs, firecrackers and fire extinguishers.The battle was part of an festival known as ‘Els Enfarinats’ (the Floured Ones) held every year in the village in the Valencia region. In the 200-year old tradition, a group of men stage a revolution against ... Read More »

The World’s 10 Most Expensive Perfumes

A great perfumer (or ‘nose’) is considered both a chemist and an artist, mixing chemicals and ingredients to create the most pleasant, layered aromas. In modern society, both men and women wear cologne and perfume; it’s a luxury MARKET , and people generally expect to hand over a pretty penny for a beautifully decorated bottle and a classy fragrance. The ... Read More »

A museum or coffee house?

This photography museum was created by Alejandro Simik, a photographer who started to collect antique cameras in 1995. The museum was installed inside “Bar Palacio”, where the cameras are everywhere, even inside the tables ! It has over 600 cameras and a wide variety of old photographs, lenses, camera accessories, etc. The visit is free and you can have something ... Read More »

Stunning blue hue as algae lights up Hong Kong harbor

The stunning photo shows a shimmering blue shoreline with the bright lights of Hong Kong in the distance. The fluorescent blue glow is natural lighting powered by an algae bloom of Noctiluca scintillans, commonly known as “Sea Sparkle.” The non-toxic phytoplankton is not considered harmful and is relatively common in Hong Kong. What is uncommon is capturing its iridescent glow ... Read More »

Angelina Jolie Visits Refugees

Angelina Jolie, the UN refugee agency’s Special Envoy, visited to a refugee camp in northern Iraq on Sunday and was met with smiles and warm greetings from young children and adult survivors of ISIS attacks. The 39-year-old Oscar-winning actress is on an official, two-day United Nations trip to the autonomous Kurdistan region of the country. She is there to visit ... Read More »

The Georgia aquarium with 8 million Dollar income !

The Georgia Aquarium is a public aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. It houses more than 100,000 animals, representing 500 species, all of which reside in 10 million US gallons (38,000 m3) of marine and fresh water, and was the world’s largest aquarium when it opened in 2005. Businessman Bernard Marcus credits his 60th birthday dinner, held at the Monterey ... Read More »

A village of stone in Portugal

Monsanto was voted in 1938 the “most Portuguese village in Portugal” nestles on the slope of a steep hill (the Monsanto head, known in Latin as Mons Sanctus) , which rises abruptly above the prairy and reaches a height of 758 meters 2486 feet).)The most typical  aspect of Monsanto is the fact that the  village developed around impressively big and ... Read More »

Pictorial of Historic Bathhouses

In 1890 there were 72 bathhouses inthe city, with different range of quality and cleanliness. These days only 31 public bathhouses have been identified as remaining. However, at around 1920 there were around 85 bathhouse keepers . Public bathhouses are an ancient tradition in this part of the world that in many areas still form part of people’s daily lives. ... Read More »

The old book of school

A book is a set of written, printed, illustrated, or blank sheets, made of ink, paper, parchment, or other materials, usually fastened together to hinge at one side. A single sheet within a book is called a leaf, and each side of a leaf is called a page. Each book is specified by an International Standard Book Number, or ISBN, ... Read More »