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Removable windscreen allowing the car to speed under the barrier to the West

This Soviet Era sign indicates the entrance to Chernobyl county. Many of the things there stand unchanged since Soviet union times. c/o Englishrussia.com

Stanislawa De Karlowska: Berkeley Square (c.1935)

So cool - Blake's Baerick's and Jack Bittner's Dwarven Village

Stockholm’s striking architecture in photos

Centred on 14 granite islands spread between Lake Mälaren and the Baltic Sea, Stockholm is a city that has always existed close to the elements. With a rich history and worldwide reputation for forward-thinking design, it’s not surprising that the Swedish capital boasts an intriguing mix of old and new architecture among its many attractions. #Stockholm #Sweden #travel #architecture #parkinn

Tranquillity by katherineyoung. @go4fotos

CENTRAL ISLIP STATE HOSPITAL (built in 1889, closed in 1996), the tuberculosis wards were largely forgotten as the state hospital itself was demolished over several years to make way for New York Institute of Technology's campus, a golf course, and a residential neighborhood. Situated uncomfortably in the middle of the three, the unique 'sunburst' buildings still contained many traces of a past that seems rather foreign in contemporary times: an era where having com

The Masjid MFBI Entrapment Created ‘Illusion’ Of Terrorist Plots: Report A close look at government counter-terrorism tactics reveals that many people convicted would never have committed a crime if not for law enforcement encouraging, pressuring, and sometimes paying them to commit terrorist acts. By Deirdre Fulton | July 22, 2014 Malcolm Shabazz Mosque in New York City. (Photo/Paul Lowry via Flickr)

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