The World’s 5 Most Visually Stunning Homes

April 8, 2014

Home is where the heart is. Perhaps for this reason, many people have sought to create the most beautiful, luxurious and visually stunning homes in the world. From vast mansions to simple, reflective abodes, we count down the most beautiful, aesthetically appealing homes from all over the world.

Visually Stunning Homes: Hearst Castle

Visually Stunning Homes at Sunset

Source: Mark Juddery

In 1865, George Hearst purchased 40,000 acres of ranchland in southern California. Almost 50 years later in 1919, Hearst’s son, newspaperman William Randolph Hearst, decided to build his dream estate on the land, which had since grown to almost 250,000 acres. Along with architect Julia Morgan, William created the sprawling Hearst Castle, featuring 165 rooms and 127 acres of gardens.

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A Terrifying Glimpse Into The 1950s Mickey Mouse Club

April 7, 2014

Mickey Mouse Club Meeting

Lasting from 1955 to 1996, the Mickey Mouse Club featured myriad child performers, all of whom encouraged that its audiences make “moral choices” in life. Taken early on into its existence, this image reveals the show’s cult-like undertones.

The 10 Most Dangerous Places On Earth

April 7, 2014

Dangerous Places: Verkhoyansk, Russia

Dangerous Places Verkhonyansk

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Located deep in the heart of Siberia and 3000 miles east of Moscow, Verkhoyansk is one of the coldest cities in the world. Referred to as the Cold Pole, the city is well-known for its endless winters, with the Yana River frozen solid nine months of the year. Winter temperatures fall between minus 60 and minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit, and from September to March, the city averages fewer than 5 hours of sunlight every day. For most of its history Verkhoyansk was used as an exile city by czars and Soviets. Nowadays, 1500 people call it home and extreme tourists make regular appearances there. Think “Winter is Coming”… or more like, here to stay.

Verkhonyansk Trucks

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