The Spanish painter, sculptor, ceramist, printmaker, poet, stage designer, and playwright, Pablo Picasso inspired many modern artists to bring back to life some of his remarkable paintings.
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Thanks to the photographs and the Internet, today we can capture and publish everything we want to share with other people around the World that we consider is creative and eye catchy!
Continue reading The most beautiful snow sculptures ever made
In the Cappadocia region of Turkey there is a town called Derinkuyu and beneath Derinkuyu there is a city, vast and deep, of ancient design, preserved to this day.
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We’ve seen the museum of bad art, the museum of death and now it’s the museum of toilets we need to review! You’ve heard us! The museum of toilets exists and it’s located in Delhi, India.
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Without art, the World would be a very boring place to live in, because according to us, art is one of the most important things today, and as time goes by, it gets even more and more appreciated.
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There are a lot of interesting attractions around the World and so much little time for us to see it all. One of those amazing architectures and objects are fountains which became one of the main attractions that tourists want to see while traveling.
Continue reading Look at these amazing fountains in the World
There are two types of people in this World, those who are interested in discovering new, interesting and sometimes creepy things and the other type of people who live in their comfort zone.
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The valley of love is a lost wonder in the World and only little people have heard of it. This amazing place was hidden for so many years and it is one mile high and wide, located in Ireland.
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Pompeii was an ancient Roman city located in the Campania region of Italy. It was destroyed and buried under volcanic ash in AD 79 from the eruption of volcano Mount Vesuvius.
Continue reading The petrified people in Pompeii
The mark of Paris, Eiffel Tower is one of the main attractions tourists visit Paris at the first place. This wrought iron lattice tower was constructed in 1889 as an entrance to the 1889’s World’s Fair.
Continue reading The Eiffel Tower during rain, snow and sunshine