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11 largest ships in the world, whose size is comparable to floating cities

11 largest ships in the world, whose size is comparable to floating cities

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Today, technological progress makes it possible to build such giants that look like real floating cities. To your attention the largest ships in the world, which amaze the imagination with their size

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In China, they built a road to bypass the house ...

In China, they built a road to bypass the house ...

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In one of the Chinese cities, an automobile overpass was built right to bypass a tiny plot of land with a small house, whose owner refused to move for 10 years.

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New Zealand man officially got a job as a wizard

New Zealand man officially got a job as a wizard

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Ian Brackenbury Channel, a resident of Christchurch, New Zealand, is officially employed as a wizard and receives a salary for his work.

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Unusual means of transportation in recent years

Unusual means of transportation in recent years

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The modern world is changing every minute. In order to surprise someone, the inventors have to try fairly. For example absolutely incredible and unusual means of transportation...

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Non-standard vehicles: the next stop is the future

Non-standard vehicles: the next stop is the future

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The automobile industry is rapidly developing, and it is very interesting to see what road transport will be like in 50-100 years.

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10 unusual types of coffee

10 unusual types of coffee

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Coffee is perhaps one of the most popular foods in the world. It is difficult to imagine a person who at least once in his life has not tried this or that type of this tonic drink.

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Why did the British teach seagulls to board submarines during the war?

Why did the British teach seagulls to board submarines during the war?

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During World War I, Britain's position was not easy, including at sea. In this respect, the British were hardest hit by German submarines, which went on to the so-called "unlimited sea warfare".