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Defying the elements - The strait of Gibraltar (Pictured) separates the Mediterranean and the Atlantic with the continent of Africa in the background

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I Have No Idea How People Can Possibly Drive On This Highway. Wow.

The Atlantic Road in Norway. Built high enough for the waves to crash through. This would freak me out!!

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Britain prepares for ANOTHER battering after biggest storm of the year washes out the weekend

Biggest storm of the year sweeps Britain off its feet with flooding, gales and lightning strikes ...Cornwall

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Vik Iceland, Why It Is A MUST See!

Vik is Iceland’s southernmost village and faces the open Atlantic Ocean, framed by a long black volcanic sand beach. Less than 300 people live in Vik, but it is the biggest settlement for some 70km (43 mi). Click through to read why Vik Iceland is a MUST See!

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Boardwalk - Atlantic City, New Jersey - The boardwalk has so much to offer tourists such as casinos, beaches, Boardwalk Hall, and even the Atlantic City Korean War Memorial to honor the veterans of that war. The city has other attractions like museums, an aquarium, the Absecon Lighthouse and so much more. (https://www.facebook.com/TravelingWarrior)

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~Volcanic Eruption ~ Mount Sinabung spews a column of hot gas and ash skyward, as seen from Tigapancur village in Karo district, on November 14, 2013 | Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images~~

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Unprecedented: Simultaneous January Named Storms in the Atlantic and Central Pacific | Dr. Jeff Masters' WunderBlog

World War II: The Invasion of Poland and the Winter War

A young Polish boy returns to what was his home and squats among the ruins during a pause in the German air raids on Warsaw, Poland, in September of 1939. German attacks lasted until Warsaw surrendered on September 28. One week later, the last of the Polish forces capitulated near Lublin, giving full control of Poland to Germany and the Soviet Union. (AP Photo/Julien Bryan)

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Top 10 Worst Blizzards U.S. History

The Great Blizzard of 1888 brought 40-50 inches of snow to many states, including Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey. It’s said that the storm wrapped areas from the Chesapeake all the way north to Maine. Along with the heavy snow came snow drifts as high as 50ft because of 45mph winds.

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