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The Unfinished Works - Saint Georges le Gaultier Viaduct


No train has ever crossed this railway bridge: Shortly after the construction of the Saint Georges le Gaultier Viaduct, the tracks were removed, as the metal was needed in WWI. Today it’s popular among bungee jumpers.


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 2016-05-05  4m
 
 

A cubic villa near Prague


Czech HSH architects designed a cubic villa that’s located in Beroun near Prague. The 24 cubes of the structure are defined by a steel grid which dominates the interior as well as the exterior design of the building.


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 2016-05-05  3m
 
 

Chargrilled Turbot at ‘Elkano‘


The family restaurant ‘Elkano‘ in a fishing village on the Bay of Biscay some 15 miles west of San Sebastian was awarded a Michelin star in 2014. Their simplest dish made them famous: Turbot grilled over oak charcoal.


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 2016-05-04  3m
 
 

The Unfinished Works - Wetzlar Cathedral


The Cathedral of Wetzlar near Frankfurt was built in several phases, but has never been entirely completed. The landmark church building combines an interesting mix of architectural styles from several different periods.


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 2016-05-04  4m
 
 

The Unfinished Works: Sagrada Familia


The Sagrada Familia basilica in Barcelona has been a work in progress since the year 1882. Famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí himself was involved during the first phase of construction.


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 2016-05-03  4m
 
 

The Greek island of Santorini


The stunning Cycladic island with its white houses carved into cliffs 330 meters above sea-level is one of Greece's most popular tourist attractions. And spring is the best time to visit...


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 2016-05-03  4m
 
 

New culinary trend: Data Cuisine


As unlikely as it sounds - dry statistics can be turned into small culinary gems. Data visualization experts Susanne Jaschko and Moritz Stefaner started this project to make their field of expertise seem more sensual.


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 2016-05-03  3m
 
 

Vienna's roller-coaster restaurant


Dishes speed to the tables of a roller-coaster restaurant. What's unique here is that not humans but robots send the food and beverages to the guests. They even mix the cocktails!


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 2016-04-30  4m
 
 

Maurice Mikkers' Tears


Can one determine, by the look of a tear, why it was shed? That's a question Dutch photographer Maurice Mikkers tries to answer. He brings his subjects to tears, and then examines the result under a microscope.


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 2016-04-29  4m
 
 

Modern architecture in pine woodlands


The "Casa Levene" designed by Eduardo Arroyo is one of the most lauded architectural designs in Spain in the last few years. The towering pine forest was to remain intact, so the house was designed around the trees.


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 2016-04-28  4m