A wooden sculpture, featuring the famous painting Along the River During the Qingming Festival in China, succeeds in creating a new Guinness World Record – “the world’s longest wooden sculpture” – on November 14, 2013. Chinese artist Zheng Chunhui spent four years creating the sculpture, which is 12.286 meters long, 3.075 meters high and 2.401 meters wide.
If we woke up early in the morning, with the notion in our minds that the day will be really good than and the world looks a lot nicer. The early morning scenery is a peaceful and amazing moment of sunrise when the sun jumps out of the horizon. Let’s see such early morning sceneries all over the world.
In Radisson SAS Hotel in Berlin you will find a gigantic cylindrical aquarium elevator that first opened in 2003. It’s so large that it’s actually the largest of that sort in the world, and it’s called AquaDom. It is filled with 900,000 liters of water, stands 25 meters tall and is 11 meters in diameter. Inside there are 56 different fish species, a total of 2600 fish which you’ll never get bored watching because of their different sizes, shapes, colors […]
Children in the Chilean capital, Santiago, claimed a new world record on Saturday. With a little help from adults and a large crane, they spent three days building what’s claimed to be the world’s tallest LEGO tower using interlocking plastic LEGO bricks. The organisers said the structure topped the previous record of 30.76 metres (101 feet), set last August in Duisberg, Germany, by about a fraction of a metre at 31 metres (101 feet, 8 inches).