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Incredible Upside Down Houses Around

Incredible Upside Down Houses Around
Wonder Works in Orlando, Florida. Photo credit: Carlos Rios/Flickr Incredible Upside Down Houses Around In Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Photo credit: Valerie/Flickr Incredible Upside Down Houses Around In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Photo credit: Myrtle Beach TheDigitel/Flickr Haus steht Kopf, Tirol, Austria Opened in 2012, this upside down house is a popular attraction in the Austrian village of Tirol. Inside the disorienting house all the furniture is stuck to the ceiling, including a VW Beetle in the garage that looks it could crash to the floor at any moment. Incredible Upside Down Houses Around Photo credit: www.hausstehtkopf.at Incredible Upside Down Houses Around Photo credit: www.hausstehtkopf.at Incredible Upside Down Houses Around Photo credit: www.hausstehtkopf.at Incredible Upside Down Houses Around Photo credit: www.hausstehtkopf.at Upside Down House, Niagara Falls The Upside Down House in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada is a two-bedroom, 1,200…

Amazing Hukou Waterfall: The Yellow Waterfall

Amazing Hukou Waterfall: The Yellow Waterfall
The Hukou Waterfall on China’s Yellow River has very modest dimensions. It’s just 30 meters wide, increasing to 50 meters during flood season, and only 20 meters tall. Despite these small figures, it is the largest waterfall on the Yellow River, and the second largest waterfall in the country. It is also unusual because of its yellowish but mostly brownish appearance due to the presence of silt and mud. Thousands of tourists come to see this waterfall and experience its thundering roar, especially during the floods when the waterfall is at its mightiest.
Photo credit: Daily Mail Amazing Hukou Waterfall: The Yellow Waterfall Photo credit: news.xinhuanet.com Amazing Hukou Waterfall: The Yellow Waterfall Photo credit: news.xinhuanet.com Amazing Hukou Waterfall: The Yellow Waterfall Photo credit: Daily Mail Amazing Hukou Waterfall: The Yellow Waterfall Photo credit: Daily Mail Amazing Hukou Waterfall: The Yellow Waterfall Photo credit: Daily Mail A…

World’s Largest LEGO Batmobile

World’s Largest LEGO BatmobileEGO pop artist Nathan Sawaya recently unveiled one of his latest creations: an 18ft. long Batmobile made of 500,000 LEGO pieces. Sawaya spent the next three months honing the design and getting ready to build a full-sized, 18-foot-long car made of solid LEGO bricks, 500,000 of them to be exact. That’s right: half a million.