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As motor racing increased in popularity early in the 20th century, the first purpose-built tracks began to appear. From the dirt ovals of North America to the glamorous road circuits of Europe, the rise and fall of these venues has been inexorably linked to the ebb and flow in the popularity of different forms of the sport - plus an increased focus on driver and spectator safety.The archives of Autosport, The Motor and The Autocar provide us with stunning snapshots, not just of our racing…

As motor racing increased in popularity early in the 20th century, the first purpose-built tracks began to appear. From the dirt ovals of North America to the glamorous road circuits of Europe, the rise and fall of these venues has been inexorably linked to the ebb and flow in the popularity of different forms of the sport - plus an increased focus on driver and spectator safety.The archives of Autosport, The Motor and The Autocar provide us with stunning snapshots, not just of our racing…

Once a divided Spanish country village, Fanzara has been revived thanks to these giant murals. What started as an effort to re-establish good relations among villagers, this art and culture project has now become an annual festival known as "Unfinished Museum of Urban Art" and is a part of the world's circuit of street art events. #color #travel #world #colorful #outdoor #exterior #house #home #streetart #Fanzara

Fanzara: Street art revives divided Spanish village

Once a divided Spanish country village, Fanzara has been revived thanks to these giant murals. What started as an effort to re-establish good relations among villagers, this art and culture project has now become an annual festival known as "Unfinished Museum of Urban Art" and is a part of the world's circuit of street art events. #color #travel #world #colorful #outdoor #exterior #house #home #streetart #Fanzara

The Pescara Circuit in Italy, the longest ever race track used in Formula One - 16 miles! Host to a number of famous races, the track was so fast even pre-war cars could reach speeds of 185mph. From: EFG Gallery of the Month: Forgotten circuits of the world | Classic and Sports Car

The Pescara Circuit in Italy, the longest ever race track used in Formula One - 16 miles! Host to a number of famous races, the track was so fast even pre-war cars could reach speeds of 185mph. From: EFG Gallery of the Month: Forgotten circuits of the world | Classic and Sports Car

World Map of Telegraph Lines of 1855 - Vintage Map World Map showing the telegraph lines in operation, under contract, and contemplated, to complete the circuit of the globe / entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1855 by J.H. Colton & Co. in the Clerks Office of the District Court for the Southern District of New York.

World Map of Telegraph Lines of 1855 - Vintage Map Poster

World Map of Telegraph Lines of 1855 - Vintage Map World Map showing the telegraph lines in operation, under contract, and contemplated, to complete the circuit of the globe / entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1855 by J.H. Colton & Co. in the Clerks Office of the District Court for the Southern District of New York.

The Charade circuit near Clermont-Ferrand, France. Combining race track with public roads, the French grand prix was held here during the late sixties/early seventies. From: "EFG Gallery of the Month: Forgotten circuits of the world | Classic and Sports Car" #motorsport #formulaone #classiccar #racing

The Charade circuit near Clermont-Ferrand, France. Combining race track with public roads, the French grand prix was held here during the late sixties/early seventies. From: "EFG Gallery of the Month: Forgotten circuits of the world | Classic and Sports Car" #motorsport #formulaone #classiccar #racing

Once a divided Spanish country village, Fanzara has been revived thanks to these giant murals. What started as an effort to re-establish good relations among villagers, this art and culture project has now become an annual festival known as "Unfinished Museum of Urban Art" and is a part of the world's circuit of street art events. #color #travel #world #colorful #outdoor #exterior #house #home #streetart #Fanzara

Fanzara: Street art revives divided Spanish village

Once a divided Spanish country village, Fanzara has been revived thanks to these giant murals. What started as an effort to re-establish good relations among villagers, this art and culture project has now become an annual festival known as "Unfinished Museum of Urban Art" and is a part of the world's circuit of street art events. #color #travel #world #colorful #outdoor #exterior #house #home #streetart #Fanzara

The #Labyrinth at The Edge, a mountain retreat in Hogsback in the Eastern Cape, is an eleven circuit Labyrinth, similar in design to the Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth in France, and displays one of the most elaborate Labyrinth designs. The Labyrinth which was completed in 2002, displays a straight line distance of seven hundred meters to its center, and the actual distance traveled along its path is 1.4 kilometers, which makes it one of the world's largest.

The #Labyrinth at The Edge, a mountain retreat in Hogsback in the Eastern Cape, is an eleven circuit Labyrinth, similar in design to the Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth in France, and displays one of the most elaborate Labyrinth designs. The Labyrinth which was completed in 2002, displays a straight line distance of seven hundred meters to its center, and the actual distance traveled along its path is 1.4 kilometers, which makes it one of the world's largest.

Jackie "Moms" Mabley (March 19, 1894-May 23, 1975) was an American standup comedian a pioneer of the so-called "Chitlin' Circuit" of African-American vaudeville. She was one of its most successful stars, earning ten thousand dollars a week @ Harlem's Apollo Theater @ the height of her career. Billed as "The Funniest Woman in the World"; she also tackled topics too edgy for many other comics of the time, including racism. One of her regular themes was a romantic interest in handsome young…

Jackie "Moms" Mabley (March 19, 1894-May 23, 1975) was an American standup comedian a pioneer of the so-called "Chitlin' Circuit" of African-American vaudeville. She was one of its most successful stars, earning ten thousand dollars a week @ Harlem's Apollo Theater @ the height of her career. Billed as "The Funniest Woman in the World"; she also tackled topics too edgy for many other comics of the time, including racism. One of her regular themes was a romantic interest in handsome young…

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