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    El Ejido greenhouses

    Art Culinaire

    Art Culinaire.

    art on paper

    art on paper.

    Cavellini, Guglielmo Achille

     Guglielmo Achille Cavellini

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    ThrustSSC

    ThrustSSC is a British jet-propelled car. ThrustSSC holds the World Land Speed Record, set on October 15, 1997, when it achieved a speed of 1,228 km/h (763 mph) and became the first car to officially break the sound barrier.

    Johann Beringer

    The lying stones hoax.

    AUDI Quattro commercial

    Bodoni – Manuale Tipografico

    This book from 1788 could be yours for only $3,087.13.

    Yosemite Firefall

    The Yosemite Firefall was a summer time ritual that lasted from 1872 until 1968 in which burning hot embers were dropped a height of about 3000 feet from the top of Glacier Point in Yosemite National Park down to the valley below.

    Beebe, Lucius

    The Big Spenders was Lucius Beebe’s last and many think his best book. In it he describes the consumption of the Gilded Age. Beebe enjoys it all immensely, and so do we his readers, whether it is James Gordon Bennett buying a Monte Carlo restaurant because he was refused a seat by the window, or Spencer Penrose leaving a bedside memo reminding himself not to spend more than $1 million the next day.

    Poussin, Nicolas

    Nicolas Poussin

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    Dibbern, George

    George Dibbern was a sailor-philosopher, self-declared citizen of the world for whom the 32 foot ketch Te Rapunga became the means to break free from the constraints and conventions of society, to share his philosophy of the sea, his message of peace, brotherly love and world citizenship at a time when the world was bracing itself for World War II.

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    Villa Torlonia

    Villa Torlonia is a villa and surrounding gardens in Rome, Italy, formerly belonging to the Torlonia family. Disused for a time, Mussolini rented it from the Torlonia for one lira a year to use as his state residence from the 1920s onwards. It was abandoned after 1945, and allowed to decay in the following decades, but recent restoration work has allowed it to be opened to the public as a museum owned and operated by Rome’s municipality.

    Theatre in Belarus


    Banned by the state, the Free Theatre of Belarus performs in secret locations and texts the venue to audiences. More.

    Swimming teams

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