North Korea 1 Won 1988 Obverse: Stylized nuclear power symbol (as a see-through feature). Winged equestrian statue "Chollima" in Pyongyang. State emblem depicting hydroelectric power station and shining star. Reverse: Ornamental designs.
Swaziland 10 Emalangeni 2006 - Obverse: King Mswati III (born Makhosetive on 19 April 1968); Parliament building in Lobamba; Coat of Arms depicting a lion as a symbol for the King and an elephant as the Queen; a spear. Reverse: Grey Go-away-bird (Corythaixoides concolor) also known as Grey Lourie (French: Touraco Concolore; German: Graulärmvogel; Spanish: Turaco Unicolor); Hydroelectric plant at Luphohlo. Watermark: Swazi shield. Printer: Thomas De François-Charles Oberthur.
Guinea 5000 Guinean Francs 2010 IFront: Portrait of a young tribal Fulani Peul (Wodaabe) woman with traditional hairstyle. Coat of arms. Nimba goddess of fertility dance headdress (Yoke ritual shoulder mask), Baga Tribe.
Located in Harrads, a village in the north of Sweden, the Treehotel promises to fulfill childhood fantasies of living in the treetops like Tarzan. Six different “treerooms” and a freestanding sauna perch in branches 13 to 20 feet off the ground.
Two decades ago, architect Marc L'Italien imagined turning the Golden Gate Bridge into a huge hydroelectric power plant, which would've utilized tidal currents to generate power for the Bay Area (and desalinate water for drinking, too)