Amber Mountain National Park (Amber Mountain National Park)

Amber Mountain National Park (Amber Mountain National Park)

In the mid-1980s, the architect Martin Storeis and the artist Frans de Vit created a project of an effective and aesthetically enjoyable windproof barrier for Channel Channel.

Monuments and sculptures are a favorite method of city buildings around the world and from ancient times.

For those who want to plunge into children’s memories again, and those who have never had their own house on a tree, WH Studio architectural firm prepared a special project "House on Tree House Cabins)".

Not so long ago in China at the peak of popularity there were peculiar cafes of toilet topics.

Everyone knows that China’s flag is two-color: red canvas and 5 yellow stars. It is clear that the origins of such symbols are associated with communism, which is still the main ideological direction of the ruling party. She’s there, by the way, just one. No stubborn opponents and pre-election intrigues. But it’s not about. Think about what it is me? Now I understand.

Amber Mountain National Park (Amber Mountain National Park)

When a closure look in the photo below, you might think that these are ordinary people, photographed against the background of huge trees and attractions.

In the Japanese capital, several public toilets appeared, reminiscent of labyrinths design. They are made of concrete..

Imagine the time when citizens of the city could anonymously express their fears and personal attitudes towards government officials, leaving handwritten notes in special boxes "Denontie Secrete".

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