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Japan’s garden of the dead


This incredibly creepy garden in Japan’s Toyama prefecture is home to 800 life-like statues, following your every move with their unnervingly blank stares. The sculptures were created in the late 1980s at the request of a prominent local businessmen called Mutsuo Furukawa, at an estimated cost of 6 billion yen …

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11 Of The Greatest Cities For Living Abroad In 2016

Sunset over the amazing Park Guell in Barcelona, stunning park designed by Antonio Gaudi. Benches with the Trencadis Tecnique. That's one of the most visited and famous attractions in the Spanish city.

As summer fun cools down and fall routines heat up, it’s about the time of year when true wanderlust sets in. No longer are we looking for the next quick island escape: We want to live, work and thrive in cities that can support our careers as well as our insatiable …

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What It’s Really Like To Fly In A $21,000 First Class Plane Seat


“This is more comfortable than my bed at home.” It’s safe to say you don’t know luxury until you’ve showered in a spacious, gilded bathroom stocked with organic skincare products more than 40,000 feet in the air. Filmmaker Casey Neistat documented his 14-hour journey from Dubai to New York aboard one …

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