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    Postcards from Google Earth/ manmade structures appear to be melting over the landscapes; the program shows warped linear figures such as roads and bridges in its effort to convert 3D space to a 2D screen.

    interesting places in the world. I want to go to some of these places. Bucket listed?

    wow! A ton of amazing locations here! I've only been to 3 - have you been to any?

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    this town is amazing! no roads, everything is connected by rivers and bike trails.

    The Crooked Forest - West Pomerania, Poland

    Seriously need an emergency travel blanket after the whole sleep-on-a-bench-in-Slovenia situation.

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    Costa Rica

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    'Heavens Trail' in Ireland, the stars line up with the path!

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    Awesome Places Around the World! The underwater museum looks too freaky though

    Boldogkőváralja, Hungary | via tumblr

    Jellyfish beach! So pretty!

    Kjeragbolten boulder wedged in a mountain crevice in the Kjerag mountains in Norway.

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    Don't know if it's true - In Venezuela, just above the mouth of the Catatumbo River, a lightning storm has been raging for at least two centuries. I know that sounds like science fiction, or some hackneyed fantasy villain's lair -- but it's real. For 160 nights out of the year, the Catatumbo lightning strikes for 10 straight hours, at a rate of nearly 300 strikes per hour.