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Top 10 Awesome things you can do in Dubai for free


Dubai is blue water, sandy beaches, palm trees and desert safaris. It’s the place to shop till you drop and indulge in gourmet food. There’s just so much to do here and so much happening around that it’ll keep you busy all day long, no matter how old you are. …

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10 Safest Countries to be in if World War III breaks out


Our world is on the verge of World War III with ensuing terrorism covering over half of the globe, depletion of natural resources; such as water, oil, influentially biased and war-minded leaderships of the superpowers; And the uprising tensions between countries such as Russia and Ukraine, North Korea and South …

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10 Surviving Matrilineal Societies of the world


Almost all of the world’s numerous societies are patrilineal (i.e a practice of inheriting or determining descent through the male line), with men playing a dominant role in all aspects of the society’s units. Surprisingly however, there are quite a few number of existing matrilineal societies in some parts of …

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20 most enormous monuments and statues around the world


Sculptures are usually created as an iconic symbol. Around the world, monuments are built to commemorate memorable historical figures, an extraordinary life, deities and special event. Sculpture has the power to leave observers in a state of absolute amazement. Furthermore, they leave you with a feeling of great surprise or …

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10 Most Corrupt Nations in the World Today


How corrupt is your country? Transparency International (TI) has devised a Corruption Perception Index (CPI) that since 1996, has been ranking countries on an annual basis with respect to corruption. It defines corruption generally as “the misuse of public power for private benefit”. CPI currently ranks 168 countries on a …

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Europe’s Largest Artwork Is a Battery Recharging a Mountain


In an effort to raise environmental consciousness and reforest Mount Olivella, a mountain in Southern Italy, Spanish artist Escif has created Europe’s largest artwork—by planting a lot of trees in the shape of a battery onto the bald part of the mountain. He is going to literally recharge the mountain …

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10 Walking Food Tours Around the U.S.


Some of the country's best culinary spots are most accessible on foot, from Manhattan's bustling Lower East Side to the romantic eateries hugging Santa Fe's plaza. Cooking-school owners and entrepreneurs with a foodie bent have launched guided itineraries to take you to these foot-traffic-friendly eateries, from hole-in-the-wall dim sum to …

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