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The 10 Coolest Places You’re Not Allowed to Visit

10. Ise Grand Shrine – Japan  This Shinto shrine is dedicated to the goddess Amaterasu-ōmikami and is one of the most important in the entire country.Consisting of two main shrines and about 125 additional shrines, access to the entire site is strictly limited.To enter, you must be a priest or priestess, who also must be a member of the Japanese imperial family. …

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Our pick for the best old Cafes in Town

7. Lord Confectionary and Cofe Lord Confectionary is another old confectionary in capital, which is located at the beginning of Vila Street. The confectionary has been there since 1965, and has its own loyal customers as well as varied and tasty pastries. Whenever you go to Lord Confectionary, you are sure to find some customers there. The confectionary also offers …

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12 Most Expensive Cakes Ever Sold

12. Princess Kate’s Royal Cake- $78,000 The dessert that Kim Kardashian’s wedding cake was modeled after is none other than the official “royal cake” of Prince William and Kate Middleton; from their ceremony in 2011. Fiona Cairns and her team of 50 bakers and designers worked diligently on the confection for five weeks, and tried to incorporate everything into the …

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Films based on video games

18. Silent Hill  Until Prince Of Persia blew into town, this lumpy adaptation of Konami’s premier horror title led the pack by a country mile. However, unlike Bruckheimer’s film, Silent Hill takes liberties with its game franchise’s mythos and ends on around five minutes of rubbish exposition.The fact that it completely missed the cerebral side to its source material and …

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The 10 fastest cars in the world

10. Ferrari Enzo (349 km) That the current LaFerrari isn’t any faster than the Enzo that appeared a decade before it could be viewed as proof of lack of progress. Or maybe it’s just an indication of how good the Enzo really was.The Enzo looks positively ancient next to the LaFerrari, but it was state of the supercar art a …

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Breakfast peoples in the world

16. CHINA Traditional breakfasts vary by region, but the combination of fried dough sticks (or “you tiao”) and warm soy milk is beloved by millions. Dim sum and hot soups like congee are also popular.

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How to say hello in 11countries around the world

1. France: Kiss on each cheek The common greeting in France is kissing on the cheek. Typically, it will be two kisses but the number of kisses can vary depending on the region. As a common starting point, offer your right cheek and let the other person lead. [GARD]

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9 Most dangerous foods in the world

1. Fugu Fish – Japan Fugu is the Japanese word for pufferfish and the dish prepared from it, normally species of genus Takifugu, Lagocephalus, or Sphoeroides, or porcupinefish of the genus Diodon. Fugu can be lethally poisonous due to its tetrodotoxin; therefore, it must be carefully prepared to remove toxic parts and to avoid contaminating the meat.The restaurant preparation of …

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Top 10 tallest statues in the world

10. The Mother Calls, Russia, 87 meter The Motherland Calls, also called Homeland-Mother, Homeland-Mother Is Calling, simply The Motherland, or The Mamayev Monument, is a statue in Mamayev Kurgan in Volgograd, Russia, commemorating the Battle of Stalingrad. It was designed by sculptor Yevgeny Vuchetich and structural engineer Nikolai Nikitin, and declared the largest statue in the world in 1967. Today, …

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The strangest items that were sold at auction!

6. Line graph Andy Warhol – $32,500 In 1984, Andy Warhol drew a relatively accurate depiction of the U.S. unemployment rate from 1980 to 1984. Christie’s put that picture up for auction this February and the image — roughly the length and height of two rulers — sold for $32,500. [GARD]

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