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    Cat Cake: I made this cat cake out of two 9x13 homemade cakes. One chocolate and one white. I frosted it completely with butter cream only, two toothpicks (to

    This cake gives a nod to the cats with its ear toppers and tail! | from Modern Cat Bridal Shower Inspiration by @Tidewater and Tulle

    Can anyone figure out how these are made? Octopus cake topper - via etsy. Super cute for an aquarium wedding.

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    Gibraltar Airport or North Front Airport is the civilian airport that serves the British overseas territory of Gibraltar. It is owned by the Ministry of Defence for use by the Royal Air Force as RAF Gibraltar. Civilian operators use the airport; currently the only scheduled flights operate to the United Kingdom and Spain. Passengers depart and arrive through the civilian operated terminal. Gibraltar Airport has the distinction of being the closest airport to the city that it serves, being only 500 metres from Gibraltar’s city centre. In 2004 the airport handled 314,375 passengers and 380 tonnes of cargo. Gibraltar Airport is one of the few Class A airports in the world. Winston Churchill Avenue (the main road heading towards the land border with Spain) intersects the airport runway, so consequently has to be closed every time a plane lands or departs.

    Lake Baikal in Russia is the deepest fresh water lake in the world with a length of 395 miles, a width of 49 miles, and a maximum depth of 5,390 feet. It is the oldest lake in the world, over 25 million years old, and is the home to more than 1,700 species of plants and animals. It is a declared UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Sailing stones, or moving rocks, is an unexplained natural phenomenon of rocks moving in long tracks across a surface, typically in a desert, without any assistance from humans or animals. To date nobody has seen the rocks actually move therefore nobody knows at what speeds they are moving, people only notice the tracks that are left behind. These tracks are often puzzling and non-linear. Sometimes the tracks suggest a rock was at one point moving north for a period of time with a sharp 90 degree shift to the east or south at a certain period.

    The Philological Library is the newest component of the campus of the Free University of Berlin. It was designed by noted architect Norman Foster, Baron Foster of Thames Bank in the shape of a human brain, and opened in 2005.

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