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30 Of The Most Unusual Buildings From All Over The World

Everyone can design a box with some windows and call it a house – but it takes a skilled architect to design a building that not only meets the client’s requirements and functions well but also looks aesthetically pleasing. However, sometimes architects let their imaginations run a little too wild, and end up producing buildings that could best be described as simply “bizarre”.

Inspired by the weirdest architectural creations from all over the world, someone started a whole subreddit dedicated entirely to them. It’s called Bizarre Buildings, and its 131k+ members regularly share the most odd and funny buildings they managed to spot – check it out in the gallery below! And if crazy architecture is your thing, make sure to read our earlier post about the works of Frank Gehry here!

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This Canadian Photographer Captures The Unique Designs Of Soviet-Era Bus Stops

Christopher Herwig is a Canadian photographer who has been documenting the bizarre and unique Soviet-era bus stops since the early 2000s. The man says that the project began rather unexpectedly during his long-distance bike ride from London to St. Petersburg back in 2002. During the 1,800-mile ride, Christopher challenged himself to snap a photo every hour and soon began to notice the uniquely-designed bus stops on seemingly abandoned stretches of road. They inspired him to start the Soviet Bus Stops project and over the next few years, the photographer traveled over 18,000 miles in 14 different countries documenting the most unique bus stop designs he could find.

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Canadian photographer Christopher Herwig has been documenting unique Soviet-era bus stop designs since the early 2000s

Christopher has his own thoughts on why the bus stop designs are all so unique. “The local bus stop proved to be fertile ground for local artistic experimentation in the Soviet period, and was built seemingly without design restrictions or budgetary concerns,” explained the photographer. “The result is an astonishing variety of styles and types across the region, from the strictest Brutalism to exuberant whimsy.”

During his travels, the photographer visited many countries of the Eastern Bloc, including the ‘stans (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan), Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, and more.

In 2015, Christopher published a collection of his photos in a photo book titled Soviet Bus Stops and it sold out like hotcakes. If you’d like to get a copy of the book yourself, you can purchase one here!

After the success of his first book, Christopher returned to the former Soviet Union once again in search of even more unique bus stops. He drove over 9,000 miles all across Russia and published his second book back in 2017. You can find it here!

Christopher’s latest project is a collection of Soviet metro stations, a photography book that he released back in 2019 – get your copy here!

See more unique bus stop designs captured by Christopher below!

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One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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This Artist Reimagined 10 Different Countries As Adorable Cartoon Characters

Lera Kiryakova is a Russian artist who is known for her adorable wide-eyed illustrations of celebrities and pop culture characters. However, recently the artist decided to try something a little different by creating illustrations of… countries and regions. And no, in case you were wondering, Lera didn’t just draw a bunch of maps. The artist illustrated ten countries and regions from all over the world as adorable cartoon characters, each of them inspired by outfits, animals, and foods specific to each country.

In an interview with Bored Panda, the artist said that in this project she wanted to how different all of us are – and that that’s amazing and wonderful. Lera says that it was interesting both to draw and study the nations, and their costumes. “I portrayed countries and people through cute girls because this is close to me and my art style. This project has become very special to me,” said the artist.

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#1 Mexico

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#2 Native American Girl

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Lera’s first idea was to draw every girl with a national animal but she soon realized that some of them were too big for the composition and decided to change them, like drawing the Indian girl with a snake instead of an elephant. “It doesn’t mean that the snake is a traditional animal, but it helps to bring out more history and spirit of the character,” points out the artist.

#3 Girl From The North

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#4 Mongolia

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When creating her illustrations, Lera always uses many references to learn more about costumes and all the little details, as well as use them for the characters’ poses. “I often use my own photo for that. Sometimes it’s funny, especially to take a photo of myself with different facial expressions,” joked the artist.

Lera always starts with an idea and then finds references for the poses, clothes, and faces. “Next, I do a fast sketch with a simple pencil on paper or directly in Photoshop,” explained the artist. “And then I work with colors. I always use my graphic tablet and Photoshop or an iPad. My favorite part is adding details and drawing hair.”

#5 Japan

Image source: lera_kiryakova

#6 Hawaii

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With over 14 years of experience, Lera is no newcomer when it comes to drawing – in fact, she even has an online course that you can take to improve your own skills!

#7 Ukraine

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#8 Kenya

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#9 India

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#10 Russia

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Aušrys Uptas 

One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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People Are Recreating Famous Paintings In Their Homes (35 Pics)

Just because the museums are currently closed due to the quarantine, this doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy art. And some museums are actually encouraging people to create art themselves! Just a few days ago, Getty (J. Paul Getty Museum) challenged people to recreate a work of art using the objects they have in their homes – and the results did not disappoint.

The challenge quickly went viral and people began submitting all sorts of improvised masterpieces. The Pinchuk Art Centre in Kyiv, Ukraine, and the Dutch Tussen Kunst en Quarantaine Instagram also encouraged people to try their hand at recreating art. See how the most creative recreations in the gallery below!

More info: Getty.edu | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | PinchukArtCentre.org

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Aušrys Uptas

One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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This Indie Rock Band Spent 3 Years Building An Incredible 20-Piece Hybrid Instrument To Be Played By 2 Guys

Having played three instruments myself, I always admired multi-instrumentalists. It not only shows that the musician has ample skill to pull off symphonies, but it also exhibits dedication to the art of sound.

The only problem with multi-instrumentalists is that they often have so much passion for music running through their veins that they want to play all of the instruments all the time. If only we as humans had more arms and legs to pull this off…

Oh, wait, we don’t need more extremities—we just need hybrid instruments!

An indie rock band from Ukraine wanted a special instrument for their music video

Image credits: Brunettes Shoot Blondes

Enter Brunettes Shoot Blondes and their ingenious 20-piece multi-instrument. One day, Andrii Kovalov, the frontman of the band, had an idea to play their then latest track—Houston—on something more special. They were thinking of using an instrument that did not exist yet, but one that they could design and put together themselves. Easier said than done, but it proved to be possible and worth it.

Brunettes Shoot Blondes is an indie rock-electronic band from Ukraine, consisting of members Andrii Kovalov, Roman Sobol, Yevhen Kobzaruk, and Dmytro Leonov. In the ten years that the band has been active, they have released a handful of EPs and singles, including Bittersweet, Houston,and Knock Knock, the last of which brought them international fame. Bored Panda reached out to Brunettes Shoot Blondes for an interview on their impressive “two-man-orchestra” piano.

Image credits: Brunettes Shoot Blondes

After a bit of brainstorming & “crowdsourcing”, they came up with a 20-in-1 instrument design

Image credits: Brunettes Shoot Blondes

“When I was a kid, I used to have this Yamaha keyboard where you’ve got all the sounds you can imagine: strings, percussion, organ, xylophone, etc.,” explained Andrii Kovalov the origins of the idea. “I could spend all day long just playing around with it. Years later, this weird idea popped into my head: wouldn’t it be cool to recreate this home keyboard, but using an actual grand piano? All other instruments could be built-in so that the piano keys would make them play. So, I told my friends Roman Sobol (bandmate) and Kirill Svetashov (director of photography) about this idea and they said: ‘it’s crazy but we should give it try’.” (Immediately, a huge thank you to everyone believing in this!)

So, the initial idea was to take a grand piano and to transform it to play several different instruments using the same piano keyboard setup. They also wanted to get something that has been old and broken so that they could breathe new life into it. Soon enough, the band went out and found themselves a vintage piano. They also went to Facebook and asked their friends to donate instruments that they don’t need. Roughly 20 instruments later, they had what they needed, so they got to brainstorming what (and how) they wanted to pull the instrument off.

Image credits: Brunettes Shoot Blondes

They repurposed an old grand piano, shoved a bunch of other donated instruments & hooked it all up

Image credits: Brunettes Shoot Blondes

Needless to say, the Brunettes Shoot Blondes went nuts with the design. Apart from the grand piano still retaining a part of its sounds, albeit adjusted to fit the insane design, the hybrid instrument also featured a percussion set (drums, cymbals, tambourines, marimba, etc.) as well as an organ, melodica, castanets, and even other string instruments like violins and a cello.

We asked the Andrii whether they gave a special name to the piano, but no—they didn’t. “We just call it ‘The Piano’ because it’s the only one we have,” laughs Andrii.

However, there is a special reason why it was a piano in the first place, as explains frontman Andrii: “[The piano] was probably the only way to make everything work. Plus, we really wanted to experience this feeling when you press a piano key, but you start hearing cello or something else. We actually got lucky that the piano we found was very old. The construction was made in a way that allowed us to put everything inside. So, we basically divided everything into 3 sections: the left one for strings and organ, the middle one for the piano, and the right one for percussion.”

Image credits: Brunettes Shoot Blondes

3 years have passed from the initial idea to the first rehearsal

Image credits: Brunettes Shoot Blondes

What seemed like a DIY project quickly became a grand-scale (pun not intended) project that involved a number of craftspeople. On top of it all, it involved more than just piecing together a bunch of instruments—things like sewing machine mechanisms for the organ’s air supply and additional cables to imitate the bows for the violins also needed to be implemented. In the Making of video, Kovalov explained that the span between the initial idea and the first rehearsal was 3 years—something he was a bit terrified to admit.

When asked what was the hardest part about making the instrument, this is what Brunettes Shoot Blondes had to say: “The most difficult thing was to finish everything. We were working on the instrument for three (!) years and sometimes we had this feeling that it’s never going to end. We were lucky to find the right people who could help us with the engineering part. Also, we weren’t sure about the design. We spent days upon days on Photoshop just trying to find the coolest way the piano could be designed in.”

Image credits: Brunettes Shoot Blondes

Image credits: Brunettes Shoot Blondes

When the music video came out, it went viral immediately, garnering hundreds of thousands of views in mere hours. The song was also performed in Vidbir, Ukraine’s national music competition to determine the country’s representative in the Eurovision Song Contest, and the band continues to perform Houston in their concerts using the same authentic instrument.

So, that leaves us with one more question: are there going to be any more songs using this instrument? “Currently, we don’t have any plans for new material,” explained Andrii of Brunettes Shoot Blondes. “We released our own song using the piano and I think that having one video is enough for us at the moment. There is also a cool thing about it: we don’t want to keep the instrument forever, so we decided that it will now be available for sale. Anybody can buy it and perform their own music using the instrument. Simple as that!”

If you are interested in acquiring this hand-crafted piece (or should I say, 20 pieces) of musical art, the band has set up a website to sell the piano. It is currently going for 99,999 US dollars, so this is a heads up to all music instrument aficionados, collectors, and devout musicians who want to get their hands on a unique musical experience.

Take a look at the band’s music video featuring the 20-piece hybrid instrument

Image credits: Brunettes Shoot Blondes

The band also released a video explaining how they pulled it off

Image credits: Brunettes Shoot Blondes

Check out the rest of the photos of the grandiose instrument provided by Brunettes Shoot Blondes

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People Share ‘Accidental Wes Anderson’ Photos Of Real-Life Locations That Belong In His Movies

There’s an interesting photo hunt going on online, which gets even more interesting if you’re a fan of the visual style seen in the iconic movies by director Wes Anderson.

I’m talking about the subreddit called ‘Accidental Wes Anderson,’ in which users upload the pics taken all around the world of buildings, sceneries or even people who seem to belong in the next Wes Anderson flick. And surprisingly, there are quite a few spots from North Korea to Ukraine, that compete for the attention of the famous director.

Maybe there’s a spot like this someplace near you? Then don’t hesitate to share your photos in the comments!

(h/t: boredpanda)

#1 Moomin House In Naantali, Finland

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#2 Stadt-Bad Gotha In Gotha, Germany

 

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#3 Hotel Belvédère Near The Rhône Glacier, Switzerland

Image source: pierreor

#4 Swimming Pool In Hamburg, Germany

Image source: ScroogeMcDuckII

#5 Dan Sully Photography: Singapore

Image source: Hanna1919

#6 A Chimney Sweep From Tallinn, Estonia

Image source: Hahaieatpoop

#7 Grand Hotel Misurina, Italy

Image source: crboakes

#8 Good Records In Dallas, U.S.

Image source: BlueberryGarcia

#9 Conservatory Of The George Eastman House In Rochester, U.S.

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#10 Door In Kiev, Ukraine

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#11 Metro Train In Brussels, Belgium

Image source: prrisiqueira

#12 Malina Swimming Pool In Bratislava, Slovakia

Image source: JewBoySandler

#13 Conference Room In North Korea

Image source: Nekhera

#14 Train In Flåm, Norway

Image source: asdlkfdjldsknlas

#15 “Ebb Tide” At Gold Crest Resort Motel By Tyler Haughey

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#16 Spadina Road, Toronto

Image source: jake_tobin

#17 Berlin, Germany

Image source: Úlfar Loga

#18 Estoi, Portugal

Image source: ellcarmel

#19 “Chateau” By Jeremy Kohm In Ottawa, Canada

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#20 The Exchange District In Winnipeg, Manitoba

Image source: sauze

#21 Hotel Saratoga In Havana, Cuba

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#22 Cinema

Image source: Rpittrer

#23 Home Office Of An Mcm House In Portland, Oregon

Image source: imgur

#24 Hotel Principe Di Savoia In Milan, Italy

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#25 Mongolia

Image source: ferrets54

#26 Choi Hung Estates In Hong Kong

Image source: dekdekwho

#27 Room In The Ostel Hotel In East Berlin, Germany

Image source: Meunderwears

#28 Jane Hotel In New York, U.S.

Image source: Rustedbones

#29 The Utter Inn Located In Västerås, Sweden

Image source: Meunderwears

#30 Lobby Bar Of The Graduate Hotel In Mississippi, U.S.

Image source: PapaCoke

#31 Pennsylvania Railroad Suburban Station, Pennsylvania

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#32 Locker Room

Image source: from_nods_to_nothing

#33 Beauty Salon Waiting Area In North Korea

Image source: thin_crust

#34 Grand Hotel De L’europe, Bad Gastein, Austria

Image source: stepahin

#35 Ballet Class

Image source: DesignRed

#36 Burabai Lake, Kazakhstan

Image source: aplusmina

#37 Metro Entrance In Budapest, Hungary

Image source: Liam_Noble

#38 Hippie

Image source: MrsDoubtfire3669

#39 Hamble-Warsash Ferry Shelter In Hampshire, UK

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#40 Stenbock Palace, Stockholm, Sweden

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#41 Lighthouse In Snæfellsjökull National Park, Iceland

Image source: DatNatiBoy

#42 Empty Pool

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#43 Conference Room In The Former Palast Der Republik In Berlin, Germany

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#44 Employee Enters Room At Mount Kumgang Resort In North Korea

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#45 Ribersborgs Open-Air Bath In Malmö, Sweden

Image source: mo3li

#46 The View Out Of Train Heading Into Austria

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#47 Prada Marfa In Valentine, Texas, U.S.

Image source: jurchej

#48 Florida, U.S.

Image source: tony_spumoni

#49 Hotel Polonia In Warsaw, Poland

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#50 Office Of Coccinelle

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This Artist Reimagined European Countries’ Shapes As Funny Illustrations (30 Pics)

If you’re a creative person, you most likely see art everywhere – in nature, everyday objects, and, apparently, even in country shapes. In a video titled “Europe According to Creative People — What Europe’s Countries look like,” German Youtuber Zackabier asked his fans what some European country shapes remind them of – and their answers certainly did not disappoint.

Zackabier then illustrated 48 European countries based on his fans’ hilariously creative answers and now you won’t be able to unsee them. From cats and dinosaurs to pooping pigs and flashing elves, check out the shapes of European countries reimagined as funny illustrations in the gallery below!

#1 Russia

Image source:  Zackabier

#2 Croatia

Image source:  Zackabier

#3 Bulgaria

Image source:  Zackabier

#4 Estonia

Image source:  Zackabier

#5 Finland

Image source: Zackabier

#6 Serbia

Image source:  Zackabier

#7 Italy

Image source:  Zackabier

#8 Cyprus

Image source:  Zackabier

#9 Great Britain

Image source:  Zackabier

#10 Denmark

Image source:  Zackabier

#11 Slovenia

Image source:  Zackabier

#12 France

Image source:  Zackabier

#13 Norway

Image source:  Zackabier

#14 Georgia

Image source:  Zackabier

#15 Germany

Image source: Zackabier

#16 Poland

Image source:  Zackabier

#17 Romania

Image source:  Zackabier

#18 Greece

Image source:  Zackabier

#19 Montenegro

Image source:  Zackabier

#20 Kazakhstan

Image source:  Zackabier

#21 Liechtenstein

Image source:  Zackabier

#22 Belgium

Image source:  Zackabier

#23 Latvia

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#24 Armenia

Image source:  Zackabier

#25 Czech Republic

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#26 Belarus

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#27 Albania

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#28 Lithuania

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#29 Moldova

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#30 Ukraine

Image source:  Zackabier

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People Share ‘Accidental Wes Anderson’ Photos Of Real-Life Locations That Belong In His Movies

There’s an interesting photo hunt going on online, which gets even more interesting if you’re a fan of the visual style seen in the iconic movies by director Wes Anderson.

I’m talking about the subreddit called ‘Accidental Wes Anderson,’ in which users upload the pics taken all around the world of buildings, sceneries or even people who seem to belong in the next Wes Anderson flick. And surprisingly, there are quite a few spots from North Korea to Ukraine, that compete for the attention of the famous director.

Maybe there’s a spot like this someplace near you? Then don’t hesitate to share your photos in the comments!

(h/t: boredpanda)

#1 Moomin House In Naantali, Finland

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#2 Stadt-Bad Gotha In Gotha, Germany

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#3 Hotel Belvédère Near The Rhône Glacier, Switzerland

Image source: pierreor

#4 Swimming Pool In Hamburg, Germany

Image source: ScroogeMcDuckII

#5 Dan Sully Photography: Singapore

Image source: Hanna1919

#6 A Chimney Sweep From Tallinn, Estonia

Image source: Hahaieatpoop

#7 Grand Hotel Misurina, Italy

Image source: crboakes

#8 Good Records In Dallas, U.S.

Image source: BlueberryGarcia

#9 Conservatory Of The George Eastman House In Rochester, U.S.

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#10 Door In Kiev, Ukraine

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#11 Metro Train In Brussels, Belgium

Image source: prrisiqueira

#12 Malina Swimming Pool In Bratislava, Slovakia

Image source: JewBoySandler

#13 Conference Room In North Korea

Image source: Nekhera

#14 Train In Flåm, Norway

Image source: asdlkfdjldsknlas

#15 “Ebb Tide” At Gold Crest Resort Motel By Tyler Haughey

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#16 Spadina Road, Toronto

Image source: jake_tobin

#17 Berlin, Germany

Image source: Úlfar Loga

#18 Estoi, Portugal

Image source: ellcarmel

#19 “Chateau” By Jeremy Kohm In Ottawa, Canada

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#20 The Exchange District In Winnipeg, Manitoba

Image source: sauze

#21 Hotel Saratoga In Havana, Cuba

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#22 Cinema

Image source: Rpittrer

#23 Home Office Of An Mcm House In Portland, Oregon

Image source: imgur

#24 Hotel Principe Di Savoia In Milan, Italy

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#25 Mongolia

Image source: ferrets54

#26 Choi Hung Estates In Hong Kong

Image source: dekdekwho

#27 Room In The Ostel Hotel In East Berlin, Germany

Image source: Meunderwears

#28 Jane Hotel In New York, U.S.

Image source: Rustedbones

#29 The Utter Inn Located In Västerås, Sweden

Image source: Meunderwears

#30 Lobby Bar Of The Graduate Hotel In Mississippi, U.S.

Image source: PapaCoke

#31 Pennsylvania Railroad Suburban Station, Pennsylvania

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#32 Locker Room

Image source: from_nods_to_nothing

#33 Beauty Salon Waiting Area In North Korea

Image source: thin_crust

#34 Grand Hotel De L’europe, Bad Gastein, Austria

Image source: stepahin

#35 Ballet Class

Image source: DesignRed

#36 Burabai Lake, Kazakhstan

Image source: aplusmina

#37 Metro Entrance In Budapest, Hungary

Image source: Liam_Noble

#38 Hippie

Image source: MrsDoubtfire3669

#39 Hamble-Warsash Ferry Shelter In Hampshire, UK

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#40 Stenbock Palace, Stockholm, Sweden

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#41 Lighthouse In Snæfellsjökull National Park, Iceland

Image source: DatNatiBoy

#42 Empty Pool

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#43 Conference Room In The Former Palast Der Republik In Berlin, Germany

Image source: Meunderwears

#44 Employee Enters Room At Mount Kumgang Resort In North Korea

Image source: saulbloodyenderby

#45 Ribersborgs Open-Air Bath In Malmö, Sweden

Image source: mo3li

#46 The View Out Of Train Heading Into Austria

Image source: SevFTW

#47 Prada Marfa In Valentine, Texas, U.S.

Image source: jurchej

#48 Florida, U.S.

Image source: tony_spumoni

#49 Hotel Polonia In Warsaw, Poland

Image source: Your_Moms_Flame

#50 Office Of Coccinelle

Image source: audreyxpeng

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