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The Swimming Pool by Leandro Erlich in Kanazawa Japan

Whenever people act all normal in an abnormal environment it always looks sinister. Enter Leandro Erlich’s Swimming Pool at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. Creepy. But since it’s not Halloween just yet, there’s really no need for us to make this thing spooky, especially when it’s quite cool! Visitors can enter the installation and …

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Visiting Heaven’s Gate, Tianmen Mountain National Park

China is a place of wonders and marvels, so you should expect everything and anything while traveling to this magical destination. With so many of the world’s records and such a deep and invigorating contrast, China will surely amaze you. Where else in the world could you find the Gate of Heaven and walk through …

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Sameranger Lake, Austria – Dive in the Flooded Meadow

image credit Welcome to the Flooded Meadow at Tyrol, Austria – a place that exists presumably, just so you can finally take advantage of that impulse-buy underwater camera of yours. Normally a park for the locals, this area is transformed annually into an amazing scuba diving destination. Every spring the ice from the surrounding mountains …

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Can You Swim In Lake Hillier, Australia?

image credit Lake Hillier is a bubble-gum-pink lake right on the edge of Recherché Archipelago’s largest island in Australia. It’s literally just a few steps away from a “normal” colored Southern Ocean, but despite the pressure from its neighbor it refuses to compromise its pink color. Scientists cannot figure out why Lake Hillier is pink, …

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