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Night Walk by Zsolt Halasi

Budapest, Hungary

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Waiting for sunset. (at Royal Palace of Madrid)

1922: The first aerial photograph of Lower Manhattan

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Where People Live:

In the so-called megacities such as Shanghai, Mexico city, Hong Kong or São Paulo we often talk about overcrowding but what does this actually mean?

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Saunalautta is a multi-level raft built by a group of friends in Finland. Not only is it perfect for sunny days out on the lake, but the recycled raft also offers the best place to warm up in winter thanks to an onboard sauna. Completed during 2012 in the eastern town of Joensuu, the unique DIY project comes complete with a BBQ, hammocks, and even an observation tower so you can admire the natural beauty around you.

From therealbohemian

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Manta Resorts Underwater Hotel Room opens in Pemba Island | Tanzania  (by Genberg Underwater Hotels  - photos byJesper Anhede)

Situated off the eastern coast of Africa by Pemba Island, a private floating island at the Manta Resort provides guests with an all-inclusive hotel room submerged four meters below the surface of the ocean. Designed by Swedish company Genberg Underwater Hotels, each of the three levels that make up the buoyant building has its own unique view: a rooftop terrace for sun bathing in the day and star gazing at night, a landing deck at sea level equipped with a lounge and restroom, and an underwater hotel room below surrounded by panes of glass for a 360 degree marine panorama. 

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Manta Resorts Underwater Hotel Room opens in Pemba Island | Tanzania  (by Genberg Underwater Hotels  - photos byJesper Anhede)

Situated off the eastern coast of Africa by Pemba Island, a private floating island at the Manta Resort provides guests with an all-inclusive hotel room submerged four meters below the surface of the ocean. Designed by Swedish company Genberg Underwater Hotels, each of the three levels that make up the buoyant building has its own unique view: a rooftop terrace for sun bathing in the day and star gazing at night, a landing deck at sea level equipped with a lounge and restroom, and an underwater hotel room below surrounded by panes of glass for a 360 degree marine panorama. 

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Manta Resorts Underwater Hotel Room opens in Pemba Island | Tanzania  (by Genberg Underwater Hotels  - photos byJesper Anhede)

Situated off the eastern coast of Africa by Pemba Island, a private floating island at the Manta Resort provides guests with an all-inclusive hotel room submerged four meters below the surface of the ocean. Designed by Swedish company Genberg Underwater Hotels, each of the three levels that make up the buoyant building has its own unique view: a rooftop terrace for sun bathing in the day and star gazing at night, a landing deck at sea level equipped with a lounge and restroom, and an underwater hotel room below surrounded by panes of glass for a 360 degree marine panorama. 

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Manta Resorts Underwater Hotel Room opens in Pemba Island | Tanzania  (by Genberg Underwater Hotels  - photos byJesper Anhede)

Situated off the eastern coast of Africa by Pemba Island, a private floating island at the Manta Resort provides guests with an all-inclusive hotel room submerged four meters below the surface of the ocean. Designed by Swedish company Genberg Underwater Hotels, each of the three levels that make up the buoyant building has its own unique view: a rooftop terrace for sun bathing in the day and star gazing at night, a landing deck at sea level equipped with a lounge and restroom, and an underwater hotel room below surrounded by panes of glass for a 360 degree marine panorama. 

travelingcolors:

Manta Resorts Underwater Hotel Room opens in Pemba Island | Tanzania  (by Genberg Underwater Hotels  - photos byJesper Anhede)

Situated off the eastern coast of Africa by Pemba Island, a private floating island at the Manta Resort provides guests with an all-inclusive hotel room submerged four meters below the surface of the ocean. Designed by Swedish company Genberg Underwater Hotels, each of the three levels that make up the buoyant building has its own unique view: a rooftop terrace for sun bathing in the day and star gazing at night, a landing deck at sea level equipped with a lounge and restroom, and an underwater hotel room below surrounded by panes of glass for a 360 degree marine panorama. 

travelingcolors:

Manta Resorts Underwater Hotel Room opens in Pemba Island | Tanzania  (by Genberg Underwater Hotels  - photos byJesper Anhede)

Situated off the eastern coast of Africa by Pemba Island, a private floating island at the Manta Resort provides guests with an all-inclusive hotel room submerged four meters below the surface of the ocean. Designed by Swedish company Genberg Underwater Hotels, each of the three levels that make up the buoyant building has its own unique view: a rooftop terrace for sun bathing in the day and star gazing at night, a landing deck at sea level equipped with a lounge and restroom, and an underwater hotel room below surrounded by panes of glass for a 360 degree marine panorama. 

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Eastern Sierras, California. 

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