20+ Fascinating Treasures From Around The World

Prepare to be amazed by the diverse wonders that await you. From an ancient cremation chamber steeped in history to a breathtaking desert oasis that defies the arid surroundings, these treasures will leave you in awe.

Discover the smallest window in the world, nestled in Toledo, and marvel at its intricate design. Delve deep into the secrets of Tokyo’s underground with four miles of flood-preventing tunnels, located 72 feet beneath the bustling city.

White bell peppers exist:

This is the dish rag that Robert E. Lee used to surrender the Confederate army to the Union during the Civil War:

This is what the inside of a cremation chamber looks like inside a crematorium:

Deers shed their antlers every year. This is what an antler-less deer looks like:

This is what a desert oasis looks like:

This is what the inside of the ancient Egyptian Djedhoriwefankh’s intricately painted coffin looks like:

This is what Stephen Hawking’s grave looks like:

It reads “Here lies what was mortal of Stephen Hawking.”

This right here is the smallest window in the world, located in Toledo, Spain:

And, finally, it’s possible to stack six pinecones on top of each other:

This monstrosity is the Russian Tsar Tank, designed for combat in World War I:

This is what the eye of a hurricane looks like from above:

This is how big a human is compared to a wind turbine:

And this is how big a tornado is compared to a wind turbine:

For its 50th anniversary, over 300,000 people walked across the Golden Gate Bridge:

Here’s another angle of the very packed celebration:

There are four miles of tunnels 72 feet underneath Tokyo designed to prevent the city from flooding. The whole system is absolutely huge:

The Eiffel Tower receives a fresh coat of paint every seven years — here’s a worker putting some fresh paint on the tower in 1924:

And here’s another man painting the tower in a very, very safe manner:

One dollar bills did not have “In God We Trust” on them until 1957:

In a similar vein, “under God” was not in the Pledge of Allegiance until 1954.

This is what the remains of a World War I trench looks like today:

This is what a neanderthal looks like with contemporary clothing and hair:

This is how big a DOUBLE king sized bed is:


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