La Piedra Movediza is special not only because of its excellent balance on the protruding hilltop, but also because of its ability to change its position - just like the name of the moving stone. From morning to night, the stone will slowly change position that the naked eye cannot recognize. But people often put glass bottles under La Piedra Movediza's fulcrum, and saw them crumbling afterwards, and the giant rock never rolled down the slope.
The first story of the "prisoner tree" Derby appeared in the 1940s. At that time, Vlase Zanalis, a WA artist, went camping in the Kimberley region and was particularly interested in baobab trees. One of his paintings depicts a "prison tree" in the town of Wyndham, nearly 500 km from Derby. An article in 1949 reporting on the Zanalis exhibition mentioned the work, but misrepresented that it was a baobab tree in Derby - used to lock aboriginal prisoners in the 1890s.
Today, Sertar becomes the "common home" for 40,000 Buddhist monks and nuns. Apart from the Tibetan disciples, the land attracts Buddhist monks and nuns from all over mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.
Eating in a restaurant with hundreds of eyes from real animal heads in an American restaurant makes visitors feel creepy. Bighorn is a famous restaurant and pub in California, USA founded by Bill Foster in 1931. With the purpose of displaying to the world's wildlife, he decorated the restaurant with more than 300 heads of animals hunted by themselves.
Before becoming a world movie capital, Hollywood in 1900 was just a small village with a few fields and about 500 people. For many years, this area had a reputation for growing oranges filled with sunlight. In 1911, the company David Horsleys Nestor opened the first studio here. Shortly thereafter, another 15 film studios left central New York for Hollywood.
Air turbulence, whether or not the plane crashed in the sky but still bumped into the pothole is a question many passengers wonder. Passengers on the plane all experience air turbulence. This causes the aircraft to shock, shake, shake or even fall for a short time. Although this objective incident often happens on flights, not every flight you encounter.
AUSTRALIA Former millionaire David Glasheen has lived on an uninhabited island for more than 2 decades. David, 77, used to be a businessman in Sydney, owns a multi-million dollar gold mining company. In 1987, after the stock market crash, his $ 37 million fortune did not fly, resulting in a happy marriage with his 22-year-old wife and a large house in front of the harbor.
TAI LOAN "The Misanthrope Society" (meaning "The boring world" or "The society away from the whole world") is a place of relaxation completely separate from the outside world. The bar is located in a dead-end alley in the bustling night market of Taipei, less than a minute's walk from the subway station. Guests can identify the bar with a skeleton model sitting at the door. Photo: CNN.
INDIA The postman walks 46 km every day to deliver letters at Hikkim post office, located at an altitude of 4,400 m. About 15 km from Kaza town, Spiti valley, India, Hikkim village is surrounded by desolate mountains, rugged passes and rivers. Most of the year, this place is isolated due to the heavy snowfall on the pass. The village has a small post office, the only link between the people and the outside world. Villagers come here to send letters or money to their savings accounts.
Italian researchers have come closer to identifying a woman's identity as a model for a Mona Lisa, painted by Leonardo Da Vinci during the Renaissance (14th-17th centuries). Mona Lisa is among the most famous paintings in the world while the woman who modeled him became one of the greatest secrets of the history of painting.
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