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  • Fairmont Hotel Dubai

    37-floor hotel tower at Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai. The tower has a total structural height of 153m. The hotel is managed by the Fairmont Hotels and Resorts brand, construction was completed in 2002.

  • The Top 10 Sky Bars

    The modern sky bars that we see towering over some of the major cities of the world are an evidence to man’s love for heights.

  • The Royal Residences Around the Globe

    There are currently 44 monarchies in the world and their combined royal wealth has shot up over US $10 trillion. One of the royal attractions is the palace of the King or the Queen. In this article, you will try to catch a glimpse of royal residences of some of the richest ruling monarchs in the world today.

  • The 10 Poorest Countries Of The World

    982 million out of 4.8 billion people in the developing world live on $1 a day. Another 2.5 billion live on below $2 a day. 40% of the poorest population made up 5% of world income while 20% of the richest population made up 75% of global income…

  • AquaDom – Largest Aquarium in the World

    One of the finest creations – AquaDom in Berlin, Germany is the largest acrylic glass cylinder in the world. Situated in the Radisson SAS Hotel, the 25-meter high cylindrical formation stands on a 9 meters elevated platform

  • The Biggest Open Pit Mine in the World

    Bingham Canyon Mine is the biggest open pit mine in the world. It is situated west of Salt Lake City, Utah, southwest of West Jordan. This is the largest man made excavation on earth, the mine’s actual pit stretches 4 km (2.5 mi) in width and has a depth of 1.2 km (0.75 mi).

  • The Largest Salt Flat in Chile

    Located 55 km South of San Pedro de Atacama, this natural monument stands as an extra-ordinary landscape well characterized by its extensive saline coasts, natural reserve of minerals and a territory of great depressions.

  • World’s Largest Natural Mirror

    Have you ever experienced your reflection in a natural mirror right under the sun? No, then visit the Salar de Uyuni, in Southe west Bolivia, close to the crest of Andes, at an altitude of 3,650 meters.

  • World’s Most Dangerous Road

    ‘Road of Death’ or ‘Death Road’ as it’s called, the North Yungas Road, 35 miles (56 km) northeast of La Paz in the Yungas region of Bolivia has one of the toughest terrains in the world.

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