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nothumb la roue de Falkir (Ecosse) ascenceur à bateau

nothumb la roue de Falkir (Ecosse) ascenceur à bateau

But YI Designs is not quite done yet – they propose to build the ultra-rich vessels they have yet to dream of, if they have the wealth to afford them. Concepts include a remake of the streets of Monaco, a Chinese sailing ship and a kind of abstracted Taj Mahal on the water.

But YI Designs is not quite done yet – they propose to build the ultra-rich vessels they have yet to dream of, if they have the wealth to afford them. Concepts include a remake of the streets of Monaco, a Chinese sailing ship and a kind of abstracted Taj Mahal on the water.

The worlds longest road tunnel  Travelling from Laerdal to Aurland in Norway 15.2 miles – 15.2 miles of tunnel through mountains nearly 6000 feet high! The tunnel cost a whopping US 125 million and was built to combat the heavy winter snowfalls that caused havoc with Norwegian commuters.

The worlds longest road tunnel Travelling from Laerdal to Aurland in Norway 15.2 miles – 15.2 miles of tunnel through mountains nearly 6000 feet high! The tunnel cost a whopping US 125 million and was built to combat the heavy winter snowfalls that caused havoc with Norwegian commuters.

Aiguille du Midi, Chamonix, France    Aiguille du Midi is the highest point in Europe.The Aiguille du Midi lift was first thought of by two Swiss engineers in 1905. Their plan was to link the hamlet of Les Pelerins with the summit of l’Aiguille du Midi. T

Aiguille du Midi, Chamonix, France.

Aiguille du Midi, Chamonix, France Aiguille du Midi is the highest point in Europe.The Aiguille du Midi lift was first thought of by two Swiss engineers in 1905. Their plan was to link the hamlet of Les Pelerins with the summit of l’Aiguille du Midi. T

Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculpture garden in Cancun. Constructed out of concrete and steel, and bolted to the ocean substrate, the works here act as artificial reefs that provide “an ideal habitat for filter feeding organisms.”  http://www.dedeceblog.com/2010/10/13/cancun/

Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculpture garden in Cancun. Constructed out of concrete and steel, and bolted to the ocean substrate, the works here act as artificial reefs that provide “an ideal habitat for filter feeding organisms.” http://www.dedeceblog.com/2010/10/13/cancun/

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