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A miniature functioning airport

Miniature Wonderland is a model railway attraction in Hamburg, Germany, and the largest of its kind in the world, built by the twins Gerrit and Frederik Braun. In January 2011 the railway consisted of 39,370 ft of track in HO scale, divided into seven sections: Harz, the fictitious city of Knuffingen, the Alps and Austria, Hamburg, America, Scandinavia, and Switzerland. ... Read More »

White House hires IR-American as chief florist

The White House announced last week that Hedieh “Roshan” Ghaffarian has been selected as the White House Chief Floral Designer.  Hedieh “Roshan” Ghaffarian was born in Tehran, Iran, and raised in Los Altos, California. After immigrating to California with her family as a young child following the Iranian revolution. In her early‑twenties Hedieh started her business, Flower Affairs, from her ... Read More »

Aging of our beloved stars of 70s and 80s

Harrison Ford Harrison Ford (born July 13, 1942) is an American actor and film producer. He gained worldwide fame for his starring roles as Han Solo in the original Star Wars epic space opera trilogy and the title character of the Indiana Jones film series. Read More »

Fast food Franchises with a twist

Baskin-Robbins has popped up in Tehran, complete with 31 flavors and its signature pink spoon. According to its owners, the ice cream is in fact gelato ice cream. Read More »

Johnny Depp’s Wife wears Omar Khayyam Tattoo

Model and actress Amber Heard was on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon last month. According to Amber, the top tattoo is a line of poetry from Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. Right below that is an Omar Khayyam quote, the Persian poet, and the line of poetry from him Amber Heard chose to have tattooed on her body? Well that one ... Read More »

Beautiful water underpass road in Nederlands

On the east part of Nederlands there is one interesting designed road that is actually navigable aqueduct. It was build over the Veluwemeer lake. It connects the mainland Netherlands to Flevoland, the largest artificial island in the world. The aqueduct, which was opened to traffic in 2002, is 25 meters long and 19 meters wide and has a water depth ... Read More »

Death of the Old Capital

The Valiasr Street is a long, winding road with sycamore trees and streams that were once fed all year round by the cool waters of the Alborz mountains – when there was enough snow, and when there was enough water. Known as the longest street in the Middle East, Valiasr spans the city from south to north, and reminds you ... Read More »

Judge Recognizes Defendant From School

An emotional school reunion took place at a Florida court when a judge had suddenly recognized the defendant to be her former classmate from decades ago, whom she said she was friends with, and who was the nicest kid in middle school. “Did you go to Nautilus?” Glazer asked the man. “Oh my goodness,” Arthur Booth blurted out while smiling ... Read More »

Use of Graffiti in Home Decorations

Are you tired of solid paint colors, is it really hare for you to find a wallpaper you lide. If your walls need a kick, and your style is a bit more daring, would you consider grafitti? Graffiti are the heart of urban art, sometimes straying from the usual path and are replacing street with domestic walls. This are form ... Read More »

Creative Urban Design: Crosswalks

Generally as a pedestrian crossing the street is pretty boring, but yet through creative Urban Design City Planning Crosswalks can be transformed into something that actually enhances the beauty and vibrancy of the surroundings. These can be simple yet elegant way to make cities more walkable and pleasant to live or perhaps can be used for advertising and send out ... Read More »