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Smallest house in the world for 1 Euro per night

Are you curious to discover Berlin with 1 Euro per night and sleeping in the smallest house in the world? This project was  initiated by Le-Mentzel in cooperation with BMW Guggenheim LAB, Airbnb and Eastseven Hostel. The ONE sqm house  is an architectural project, which is part of the Guggenheim LAB program. The only 1 square meter house they created is so small but sufficient for a one night sleep. The perfect stay for artists, rebels, occupy activists, adventurers, students, poor, homeless. It costs 1 Euro per night! In the nearby, you can find a hostel and you can use a washing room, bathroom and a toilet  even if  you don’t have one in the house.

Colorful umbrellas over the streets of Portugal

A large number of colorful umbrellas hang above a street at Agueda, a municipality in Portugal, as a part of a public art installation. The umbrellas are hung from promenades overlooking the streets, providing both shade and a cool view to those walking under them. Luckily, photographers Patricia Almeida and Diana Tavares documented this amazing event for those who were not able to experience it in person. Almost nothing is known about the artist behind the project or its significance, but it’s impossible to deny the joy caused by taking a stroll in the shadowy rainbow created by hundreds of parasols suspended over this public walkway.

Insanity Thrill Ride at Stratosphere Tower, Las Vegas

Insanity has seats tethered to an arm that swings out beyond the tower leaving riders dangling 1000 feet in the air. As the ride begins its circular motion at approximately forty miles per hour. Furthermore the ride turns you face down over the street below as its spins faster and faster and you find yourself flung out at a 70-degree angle. Once you have left the thrill of this ride, your wobbly legs insist that you sit down for a moment. You are sure to find this ride an extreme adventure.

Statue made using 3500 smartphones

There are art pieces and then there are masterpieces, but the Pegasus statue is nothing less than awe-inspiring masterpiece. The winged divine horse has been fashioned using a whopping 3500 Huawei smartphones by Machine Shop from London. The colossal structure was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2012 in Spain by the Chinese manufacturer along with the Ascend D Quad.


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