Agata Molendowski

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Seven unknown architectural wonders

Forget the Taj Mahal and the Colosseum – some of the world’s most impressive structures remain out of the public eye.<p>We’ve all heard of the Colosseum, the Great Wall of China, and the Taj Mahal. But what about the world’s undiscovered architectural wonders: the man-made marvels where most crowds …

European Travel

Living in: The world’s friendliest cities

These five cities are among the most welcoming on Earth, thanks to hospitable locals who are quick to smile or help a stranger in need.<p>A warm smile on the street, a happy “hello” in a public park or the cheery sound of your name at the neighbourhood bar – it doesn’t take much to feel at home in a …

New Zealand

A night in the desert with a stranger I met on Couchsurfing

Deep in the wilds of Jordan’s desert, the generosity of a stranger offered a curious group of backpackers the adventure of a lifetime.<p>A bright pink 4x4 came barrelling across the desert, dust spiralling into the sky. As it skidded to a halt in front of me, I could feel the eyes of my friends boring …

Bob Marley

DAN METH — 2015 as Emojis

Pictures of the day: 24 November 2015 - Telegraph

Mafia and Hells Angels 'among rulers of corrupt Quebec construction industry'

Some information on Hells Angels redacted because of open criminal cases Quebec premier says party financing unrelated to corruption<p>Organized crime groups including biker gangs and the mafia infiltrated the construction industry in Quebec so thoroughly that they became “untouchable”, according to a …

Corruption

New Zealand’s never-ending fire

Unknown to most travellers – and indeed most locals – the tiny South Island village of Murchison is home to a bizarre bowl of flames that burns eternally in the bush.<p>There are plenty of trout swimming through the rivers that surround the isolated New Zealand village of Murchison, and anglers come …

Nature
China

10 places from your favorite movies that you can actually visit

I think it's safe to say that all of us have dreamed of being part of our favorite movies. I mean, who wouldn't want to victoriously run up hundreds of steps to "Gonna Fly Now," walk through a fabulous hotel lobby like a boss or skip around the Shire alongside your favorite hobbits?<p>Here's the good …

Dining Rooms

Destinations that are so magical, they hardly seem real

These seven dreamy destinations make you feel like you’ve stepped straight into a magical fairy tale world.<p>Where to go to escape the stresses of life, the bustle of the workweek and the noise of traffic? To find out, we turned to question-and-answer site Quora, where users have been sharing their …

European Travel

A crowded Thai island's secret side

Every day, thousands of travellers flock to Thailand’s Maya Bay, the location of Leonardo DiCaprio’s film The Beach. Colleen Hagerty found a way to avoid the masses.<p>Thailand’s Phi Phi islands are by no means uncharted territory. Located off the coast of Krabi in southern Thailand, the archipelago …

Thailand

'Spider-Man 3': Sam Raimi says he 'messed up' on the superhero film

Sam Raimi knows he screwed the pooch with <i>Spider-Man 3</i>. Since Marvel’s friendly neighborhood web-slinger is getting yet another cinematic reboot with …

Steven Spielberg hints at fifth Indiana Jones as new Star Wars film approaches

The director urged Harrison Ford to don the fedora again during Bafta’s Britannia Awards, where Amy Schumer had the audience laughing<p>Harrison Ford makes his much-anticipated return to the Star Wars franchise this December, as Han Solo in JJ Abrams’ massively hyped The Force Awakens. Steven …

Steven Spielberg

This night out is one you’ll brag about for years

In the world’s first underwater nightclub, you’re as likely to encounter a killer shark as a DJ killing the dance floor.<p>It was Saturday night in the Maldives and the dance floor was heaving. The DJ, who had flown in from the capital Malé, was cranking out hit after hit – Jump by Kriss Kross, …

Luxury Resorts

Inside the haunted prison of The Shawshank Redemption

The cavernous old Ohio State Reformatory is eerie enough to give you chills – even if you don’t hear the clanking of cell doors and prisoners’ cries.<p>Stand in front of the Ohio State Reformatory today and you might have a hard time believing it once operated as a maximum-security prison. With its …

Shawshank Redemption

How Denver Airport Became the International Hub of Conspiracy Theories

Denver International Airport, home to many conspiracy theories. (Photo: David Rutledge/flickr)<p>Things have been a little chaotic at Denver …

Flying

Tourists record great white shark devouring seal near Alcatraz

Savage nature was on display when a great white shark devoured a seal just a few feet off Alcatraz Island in full view of gawking tourists, the first attack by the ferocious finned predator in the modern history of San Francisco Bay.<p>The bloody spectacle over the weekend was proof that one of the …

San Francisco

The Tribe That Won’t Stop Killing ISIS

Its members have been massacred on several occasions, but ‘The Family of the Tiger’ fights on.<p>ERBIL, Iraqi Kurdistan — Forces of the so-called …

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Wire Animal Sculptures Look Like Life-Size Scribbled Drawings Suspended in Mid-Air

Artist David Oliveira has an insightful understanding of both the two-dimensional and three-dimensional worlds. With this expert grasp of the two planes, he's able to skillfully manipulate wire to create a zoo of mind-boggling animal sculptures. Though they are technically three-dimensional, the …

Art

England’s very own Jurassic Park

Britain’s southern coastline is 180 million years old – and while dinosaurs no longer roam here, it is home to fascinating fossils, ancient rock formations and even a crumbling castle.

Paleontology

Wes Anderson’s Next Film Will Be A Stop-Motion Animation Movie About Dogs

<i><br>Grand Budapest Hotel</i> was Wes Anderson’s most successful (and probably best-looking) movie yet, though to me it was also the moment when he started to repeat himself. <i>Fantastic Mr. Fox</i> feels like the last time he was really trying something new, and now he’ll reportedly be going back to the …

Stop Motion

Boeing's crazy new metal is 99.99% air

A new video released by Boeing this week touts that the company has invented a metal that’s “99.99 percent air” for future use in airplanes, cars and other objects.<p>The metal is a microlattice, made up of a series of tubes in a criss-cross pattern and air gaps between each intersection. The …

Trekking Nepal’s forgotten teahouse route

Hiking this challenging trail around Mt Kanchenjunga yields rewards that more popular routes don’t, including stays in traditional teahouses that few foreigners ever see.

Hiking

Chernobyl, an abandoned city: in pictures - Telegraph

Aerosmith Warns Donald Trump Over 'Dream On' Use

Steven Tyler's reps send Republican frontrunner's campaign a cease-and-desist letter over song featuring at rallies<p><b>UPDATE:</b> Donald Trump tweeted on …

An untouched paradise in Turkey’s Butterfly Valley

Turkey's 86,000sqm Butterfly Valley is home to roughly 100 species of butterflies, creating a protected oasis where time seems to stand still.<p>Our boat pulled in about two hours before sunset, when the disappearing light was turning the Mediterranean Sea from sapphire to aquamarine and the …

Nature

“Just Googling it” is bad for your brain

Having the world at our fingertips around the clock takes a lot of the pressure off our minds to remember basic facts. But the ability to find answers on search engines like Google is also killing our memories, a recent report (pdf) by cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab shows.<p>When asked a question, …

Engines

Living in towns without light

What would it be like to live in complete darkness – or 24-hour sunlight ? Quora users who have lived near the Arctic Circle share their thoughts.<p>The rising and setting of the sun controls many of our daily rituals, from when we eat breakfast in the morning to when we wind down at night. But what …

Northern Lights

Do Crows Hold Funerals for Their Dead?

The highly intelligent birds gather around their fallen comrades, but why might surprise you.<p>Many who have heard the melancholy cry of the mourning dove might wonder: Do birds grieve for their loved ones?<p>For this Saturday’s Weird Animal Question of the Week Emilie Bouef commented via Facebook: "I …