Raccoon visited the Catholic Mass

He made the sermon more interesting.

Raccoon was seen sitting at the altar during the Catholic Mass at the church of the University of San Diego. He sat motionless, listening to the sermon, while people suppressed laughter. When the priest noticed the animal, he noted that he was happy, as the raccoon managed to make this sermon more interesting, reports the Daily Mail.

When the raccoon decided to jump to the floor, the priest noted that he “is preparing to make a leap of faith.” Then the animal left the church. Now the locals are wondering whether a devout animal will visit the church in a week. “My Planet” wrote about the complexities and joys of life with raccoons.

Love for show: 16 sexual fantasies captured in sculpture

Love for show: 16 sexual fantasies captured in sculpture

More than 10 years ago in South Korea was opened a very unusual and even, you can say, scandalous park Jeju Loveland. All that is on its territory, in a very frank form, reveals the theme of intimate life, and this is more than 140 sculptures, teaching films and a variety of artistic and interactive works. "No taboos, only the beauty of natural sexuality!"

One of the 140 sculptures of Jeju Loveland Park.

Love for show: 16 sexual fantasies captured in sculpture

Jeju Loveland is located on Jeju Island.

Love for show: 16 sexual fantasies captured in sculpture

* No more taboos in sexual life! * – says the site of the park.

The park is called "a place where erotica meets with art aimed at love." Of course, some may say that such immoral sculptures have nothing to do with love. But here it is important to know the history of the creation of this park. After the Korean War, the island, where today Jeju Loveland is located, has become an extremely popular place for honeymoon and wedding ceremonies. Warm climate, beautiful landscapes – Korean newlyweds flew here, like bees on honey. However, the country’s traditions provided for the conclusion of marriages by agreement of the parents, and often the newly-made husband and wife saw each other for the first time at the wedding. Given that the knowledge of young Koreans about intimate life was at an unacceptably low level, the center of sexual education was opened on the island. Moreover, even hotels have joined the case: they had special employees helping to overcome the stiffness and shame of young couples.

Theme park about sexual education.

Love for show: 16 sexual fantasies captured in sculpture

Scandalous sculptures.

Love for show: 16 sexual fantasies captured in sculpture

The island, popular among Korean honeymooners.

At the initiative of one of the universities of Seoul in 2002, 20 sculptors began to create works for the future park, which was opened two years later. It covers an area of ​​about two football fields, and all the sculptures can be safely bypassed in an hour. Besides, besides the permanent exhibition, there are also exhibitions of works by contemporary Korean artists in the park, changing every month.

Love for show: 16 sexual fantasies captured in sculpture

Visitors to the park must be at least 18 years old.

Love for show: 16 sexual fantasies captured in sculpture

Sexual fantasies in sculpture.

Love for show: 16 sexual fantasies captured in sculpture

Visitors of any age have fun here.

Those who are worried about the moral education of small Koreans, the organizers of the park rush to reassure: the park allows visitors only over 18 years of age, and for children a small playground (quite decent) is provided, where you can play while adults are exploring new bed piles carved into marble.

Love for show: 16 sexual fantasies captured in sculpture

Park Jeju Loveland, dedicated to sexual life.

Park in South Korea.

Love for show: 16 sexual fantasies captured in sculpture

Provocative sculptures in the park Jeju Loveland.

Visual aid for sexual life.

Despite the evocative theme of the park, its purpose is certainly not at all the spread of pornography, but the destruction of existing taboos around sexual life.

Foreigners at the entrance to China will take fingerprints

Foreigners at the entrance to China will take fingerprints

Foreigners at the entrance to China will take fingerprints

Recently, China has embarked on a phased implementation of the new state security plan. Already on February 10 last year, foreign passengers from the international airport in Shenzhen (southern Guangdong province) leave fingerprints, and then the rest of the border points of the country joined the program to create a fingerprint database. The last initiative was picked up by Gongbei (Gongbei Port of Entry) – border crossing in Zhuhai on the border with Macau.

Introducing innovation, China refers to the experience of other countries and the need to combat illegal visitors. Only in 2016 were detained 2770 people who illegally entered or stayed on the territory of China. In total, in 2016, the Chinese border crossed about 14.2 million foreign tourists, which is 72% more than a year earlier.

Prints must be submitted by all foreign citizens between the ages of 14 and 70, with the exception of holders of diplomatic passports and humanitarian visas. The need to follow the new rules was recalled in the airline Aeroflot, which operates flights from Russia to China.

At airports in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, the mandatory procedure was introduced from April 30. At the airport of the Chinese capital, Aeroflot flights are serviced in Terminal 2, where 20 automatic kiosks are installed to the passport control zone. Assistance in the procedure is provided by immigration officers. After the fingerprints have been removed, the foreign passenger receives a receipt, which must be presented at the passport control.

This information is entered in the database of the migration service of the PRC, after which it will not be necessary to repeat the fingerprinting. In case of refusal from the procedure of the removal of prints, the foreigner will be refused entry.

Recall that fingerprints have long been required to obtain a Schengen visa.

People were resettled to protect the “Russian” turtles in China

From the reserve, houses, factories and ski resorts were removed.

Central Asian turtles are very rare in China. By the way, there this species is called “Russian turtles”. They have the highest status of protected animals. Human activities have led to a decline in their population. In China, they are found only in Khochen, in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. They organized a national reserve to save turtles and help increase their number, NCT reports.

From the territory of the reserve, entire settlements, including factories, houses and ski resorts, were moved beyond it. Remains of settlements inside the reserve will be removed by 2020. The site is home to 1000 specially bred turtles. And in the wild in China there are only 200 of them.

Portraits of Tibetan monks who live at an altitude of 4 thousand meters above sea level

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Little is known about the life of Tibetan monks. The more interesting is the series of photographs of the traveler Giacomo Bruno, telling about people who call home the famous “roof of the world” – the Tibetan Plateau. Portraits of monks against the background of mesmerizing landscapes will not leave spectators indifferent.

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Giacomo Bruno (Giacomo Bruno) traveled half the world in search of interesting places and extraordinary personalities. Everywhere he takes pictures of people he meets on the way. This time Giacomo brought a photo report from the Chinese province of Sichuan, the pictures are taken at an altitude of 4 thousand meters above sea level.

Settlement in the Tibetan Plateau.

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

In the mountains is one of the largest Tibetan monasteries Ya Qing. He is removed from civilization, that is why monks come willingly to live in solitude. Most often in the pictures of Bruno – portraits of monks made during prayer, meditation, tea drinking or during a conversation with each other. These pictures give a fairly complete picture of how the daily life in the monastery goes.

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

It is interesting that Bruno managed to capture men of different ages: here and the young monks, who, apparently, only came to study in the monastery, and the elders, wise with experience. Some photographs taken in the dwelling of the monks show that they lead an ascetic life. Most often they spend their free time in conversations and contemplation of a spectacular panorama that opens from the highlands.

Portraits of Tibetan monks who live at an altitude of 4 thousand meters above sea level

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks who live at an altitude of 4 thousand meters above sea levelPortraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks who live at an altitude of 4 thousand meters above sea levelPortraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks who live at an altitude of 4 thousand meters above sea levelPortraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks who live at an altitude of 4 thousand meters above sea levelPortraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks who live at an altitude of 4 thousand meters above sea level

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Portraits of Tibetan monks who live at an altitude of 4 thousand meters above sea level

Portraits of Tibetan monks from Giacomo Bruno.

Tibet for many remains a mystery. For example, surprise causes and tradition of polyandry, when the bride marries just for all the brothers in the family.

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Mysterious customs of the Red National Company. Vietnam (3 pictures)

Each nationality has its own traditions and customs, and the Reds are not an exception. Traditionally, with the onset of spring in the Reds, living in the mountainous area of ​​Batshat (northwest of the center of Laokai), there comes a period of lively traditional holidays, which include mystical ancient rituals. These customs, which reflect respect for the ancestors and for Mother Nature, have existed for thousands of years. Few people know these customs, except for local shamans

Mysterious customs of the Red National Company. Vietnam (3 pictures)

Source: vietmagazin.org

In the north-west of Vietnam there is a proverb: “The Mongolian people follow the clouds, the Thai people are behind the water, and the nationality for the fire.” The meaning of this proverb is that Mong people often settle in the mountains, closer to the clouds, Thais usually live near water sources, and people have many rituals and customs associated with fire, such as initiation into men, dancing with fire …

Wedding without the groom

District Batshat (near the popular resort of Sapa) has long been known for tourists. This area is rich not only in poetic places, such as I-ti, Myongkhum, Zenshang, Chintyong .., but also the uniqueness of the culture of dozens of local nationalities, including the people of the Red Zao.

We have visited the Batshat area more than once. In the last trip we were lucky to get acquainted with the shaman Chao Zuon Liem from the municipality of Myongghum. He traveled to Chignyong Municipality (30 km from Myonghum) to hold a traditional wedding ceremony in the family of the Red Xia people in the village of Tungchin (Batshat district).

Following the shaman Chao Zuon Liem, by the evening we arrived in the village of Tungchin of the Chintyong commune. Today in the house of Chao Fu Shaya gathered a lot of people. The family is preparing for the wedding of a young man Chao Shan (24 years old) – the youngest son of Chao Fu Shaya. Tomorrow will be the wedding of Chao Shan with Tang Mei, a girl from the commune of the I-ti district of Batshat.

Sitting in the kitchen for a cup of tea, shaman Chao Zuon Liem said: “Our people of the Zao people believe that on the day of the wedding the bride, Tang Mei, coming to the groom’s house, will bring luck and well-being. Therefore, the wedding ceremony should be held solemnly and festive, to arrange a good reception. “

According to Shaman Chao Zuon Liem, the wedding ceremony includes numerous activities that take place in the families of the bride and groom for two or three days, but mainly in the groom’s family. Like many peoples, the traditional wedding of the Red Zao people includes a ritual transfer of the bride from the parents’ house to the groom’s house, the exchange of gifts, a feast, etc. However, the Red Zao ethnic group has interesting differences.

According to the ancient tradition of the Red Zao people, the bridegroom is not present at the bride’s ritual move, her bride is brought to the bride’s house by her family. After the meeting the bride is having a feast. At night the groom’s family arranges a traditional feast. During dinner, both families tell each other about themselves. When the father of the bride gives his fiance’s father the credentials, the marriage ceremony begins.

The moment of bringing the bride to the house for rituals is considered the most important. In the background of traditional music, the shaman performs special dances and mysterious rituals. On behalf of the gods and ancestors, the shaman instructs couples to live together forever and happily. All activities end only at dawn.

At the end of the ritual, the bride and groom wash their faces to the shaman and the parents of the two families. With the arrival of the first morning rays, the family of the bride’s parents leaves the groom’s house. The groom of Chao Shan, according to tradition, gives as a gift to the testi pig meat, rice and vodka.

Having finished the wedding ceremony, Shaman Chao Zuon Liem said to us: “If you would like to discover the other mystical customs of the people of the Red Zao, you should get acquainted with the ritual” Kapshak 12 lights “. This ritual (12 lights) will take place a week later in the commune of Tongshan. “

Mysterious customs of the Red National Company. Vietnam (3 pictures)Mysterious customs of the Red National Company. Vietnam

Ancient mystical ritual

A week later we again came to the Batshat area to see with our own eyes how the ritual ceremony “Kapshak 12 lights” is taking place. The event was organized on the mountain pass Kikungho (height more than 1000 m above sea level) in the Tongshan commune. This place was chosen by the elderly shaman Chao You Quay, chief among the 18 shamans who took part in this event.

It happened a long time ago, in the year of the Earth Dog … In the whole area of ​​Batshat there was a great flood, almost all people, except for the man and the woman, who were rescued by the big eagle, were killed. Later they got married, they had 12 children. From these children, there were 12 major genera of the Zao nationality that exist to this day. Therefore, in the rite of “Kapshak 12 lights”, the tradition of remembrance of the ancestors and veneration of Mother Nature is manifested (Ancient tradition of the Red Nation in Batshat)

According to Shaman Chao You Quay, “Kapshak” (or “Fongshak”) has long been associated with the spiritual life of various groups of Zao, including those living in the Batshat area. The meaning of this ancient ritual is that boys are initiated into men (or Tukay ritual). Only after such ritual, boys are considered adults, full members of the clan, and after death their names are added to the list of deceased ancestors (Ban Wonong).

The shaman explained to us that “Kapshak” is of three levels: 3 lights, 7 lights and 12 lights. “Kapshak 3 lights” is held within the family circle for a family member, he is very popular. “Kapshak 7 lights” is a ritual of a level of one kind, it is intended only for men. This level is also not very rare. And “Kapshak 12 lights” – the highest level, the scale of several genera, it occurs very rarely (almost 100 years). This ritual is quite complicated, it involves at least 100 people, including women.

Chao You Quay said that today will be a ritual “Kapshak 12 lights” for 47 pairs of 4 genera: Chao, Li, Tang and Bang. This ritual is sacred, therefore for its carrying out it is necessary to participate not less than 12 authoritative shamans. In addition, all participants of the event must strictly observe the fast during the month before and after the Kapshak rituals. “Kapshak 12 lights were fired in the Batshat area only two times during the last 100 years. Very few people knew about him, “Shaman Chao You Quay said, who took part in the previous rite (he said in 1994). Here we also met with a couple of Li Lao Shan, who came from the Chungchai commune of the Sapa district. Li Lao Shan said: “Despite the long way, my wife and I got here to participate in the ritual, so that after death we met with our ancestors, were recognized as descendants of Ban Vyong and were able to marry again in heaven.”

Having started the ceremony, all participants call shamans a master-teacher, and they consider themselves to be their pupils. During the ceremony, the master instructs the disciples how to perform the ancient dances, to conduct the ancient esoteric rituals of this nationality. At night, the masters will bring the disciples into the forest to convey teachings, to tell them how to be a real person, to live right, to strive for good, solidarity and mutual assistance.

To receive initiation into men at the level of “12 lights”, male students must run through the fire, pass through hot bricks and knives, jump from a three-meter tower to the ground. Thus, they demonstrate their courage, courage, commitment to traditions in the future life.

After the ceremony the disciples give the masters as gifts a red cloth and flowers made of silver. Now shamans for them have become “spiritual fathers” who dedicated them to adult men, gave a name for addressing their ancestors and Gods.

In addition to us, a special event was attended by the French expert on the culture of Maharuks Alan, who has studied the culture of the nationality for many years. He said that he was not only interested in the unique ritual, but also in the traditional costumes of women. In women’s outfits, silver ornaments are especially prominent. According to Maharuks Alan, most of the silver jewelry for women was made in the commune of Myonghum, in the village of Sheo Poe Ho.

Mysterious customs of the Red National Company. Vietnam (3 pictures)Source: vietmagazin.org

Silver ornaments for the sacred rite

After the end of the Kapshak ritual, we again returned to Myonghum. On Sunday morning in the market of Myongghum we met with master Tan Kin Hyen. He came to the market to receive orders for the manufacture of silver jewelry and give finished silver products to customers.

Following Master Tan Kin Hien, we went to the village of Sheo Poe Ho to learn more about the traditional craft of making silver jewelry.

U Tan Kin Hien has a small silver processing workshop located in the corner of the house. There are all the tools for making silver jewelry, such as a fan, stove, cutters, screwdrivers, knives, ruler. The raw material for making jewelry is pure silver balls, which Tan Kin Hien buys in a bank in the city of Laocai. In addition, he also uses silver ingots and plates.

Master Tan Kin Hien and his wife are engaged in the manufacture of silver products for almost 20 years. In spring they are always very busy, as this is the season of weddings and other holidays. Customers make a large number of orders. Tan Kin Hien said that the silverware in the costume of the women of the Red Zao people is not only an ornament, but also an indicator of the well-being of the husband’s family. By tradition, the groom’s family takes care of all the expenses for the silver jewelry of the bride. The price of a set of silver items usually amounts to 40-50 million VND (about US $ 2,500), sometimes the kit price reaches even 100 million VND ($ 5,000). Women of the Red Zao people always enjoy wearing a traditional costume with silver ornaments with the participation in all community activities, especially in sacred rituals.

Today, despite the fact that many jewelry products are manufactured using modern technologies, the women of the Zao tradition still prefer traditional silver jewelry made by the golden hands of masters, like Tan Keene Hien.

The disappeared biblical temple was found deep in the bottom of an ancient lake

A strange design is made in a conical shape. Basis of it consists of basalt blocks and giant stones – according to preliminary estimates, their mass is about 60 thousand tons. The diameter of the structure exceeds 70 meters, the height at the peak is 10 meters.

The disappeared biblical temple was found deep in the bottom of an ancient lake

Most of all it reminds a certain monument erected on a place of a burial place.

The disappeared biblical temple was found deep in the bottom of an ancient lake

Most likely, in ancient times there was no lake in this valley yet.

The disappeared biblical temple was found deep in the bottom of an ancient lake

The lake of Tiberias in the Gospel context is known as the Gennesaret lake, or the Sea of ​​Galilee. It was here, according to legend, the apostles Andrew and Peter were fishing.

11 facts about the world in the dark

As young tortoises find their way to the sea, why plants do not grow in the daytime and how much to go to a person if he decides to go through the path of the sun’s rays. It’s interesting to know and then tell the children.

Night falls and life stops. Is it? On the contrary, there is so much interesting! We collected facts from the “Great Book of Darkness” about what is hidden from the eyes of a person at night.

When astronauts look at the Earth from the spacecraft at night, they see a lot of lights on its surface – these are big cities. At night they emit so much light that its radiance penetrates the atmosphere into space.

11 facts about the world in the dark

11 facts about the world in the dark

The ancient Greeks were convinced that the human eye emits light, roughly like a flashlight.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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Sea turtles lay eggs on land. At night, the hatched babies instinctively rush into the sea – they are led by moonlight, which is reflected from the surface of the water

11 facts about the world in the dark

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Bats have very poor eyesight and small eyes, but they can transmit ultrasonic signals that are inaudible to humans. They catch the echo reflected from the objects. This process called “echolocation” helps to avoid obstacles.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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Plants grow mainly at night, because during the day they are too busy with the process of photosynthesis.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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At night the males of the field cricket make loud noises, rubbing their wings. So they attract females and indicate how large their territory is.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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Some unusual plants bloom only at night. For example, the evening primrose reaches 2 m in height. Her flowers begin to open around six in the evening. At the dawn, they are pollinated by night butterflies, and in the daytime they fade.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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In the afternoon, the pellicle astringent is unlikely to attract attention – it is an ordinary fungus that grows in groups on the trunks of living and dead deciduous trees. However, at night it starts to glow green due to a special chemical compound.

11 facts about the world in the dark

In the depths of the sea, there are two species of fish with lanterns: black dragon fish and angler fish. Female black dragon fish <…> in length it reaches only 40 cm [but] its mouth is full of sharp, transparent teeth resembling fangs, and the procession hangs from the chin with a glowing ball on its end. The small males of this predatory fish have neither teeth nor an appendage. In general, it is clear who the head of the family is here! On the forehead of the fish-angler there is an appendix with a ball that shines. With his help, she attracts prey and frightens off enemies.

11 facts about the world in the dark

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The first electric light bulb was created in 1879 by the American Thomas Edison. She worked for about 40 hours. The filament inside the light bulb does not burn, because there is no air in the glass bulb.

11 facts about the world in the dark

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Montenegro can safely be called the planet Earth in miniature – so this small country in the south of the Balkan peninsula is diverse in the beauty of its nature.

There is everything: snow-capped peaks of mountains, azure Adriatic sea, mountain lakes, noisy waterfalls, pristine forests, canyons of fast rivers. This country is for those who are tired of the bustle and noise of big cities, here no one is in a hurry – the coastal towns are dormant in the shadow of the mountains, the cats on the piers lazily lounged in anticipation of fresh catch, fishing boats swaying on the transparent waves of the Adriatic.

We are sure that in Montenegro you find a special state of calm, fixing your head, leaving only the kindest thoughts, which are easy and joyful in your soul, because you can not be sad in a land full of such fabulous beauty.

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Dawn on the coast of the Bay of Kotor. Even Monday morning will be fine if it starts here. © Alice Svane

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

All shades of green in the summer palette of Durmitor National Park. © thebalkanbackpacker

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Serene quay of the town of Perast. © Jackmalipan

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

The extraterrestrial landscapes of the Devil’s Lake (Vražje Jezero). © Yiannis Adamopoulos

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Labyrinth of the streets of the seaside city. It’s easy to get lost here, but it’s nice. © Diana Vladimirova

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

The islands of St. George and the Virgin on a cliff in the heart of the Bay of Kotor. © Ilia Khodos

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in loveA village lost in the mountains in the north of the country. © Rasica

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

This parking on the coast of Montenegro is more common. © Dmitry Kushch

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Even bad weather this edge to face: a rainy day on the Skadar Lake. © Jonathan Andrew

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Montenegro is a real country! They are very fond of mustached people and there is no such thing as a “homeless animal”: if the cat is on the street, then it is common and all residents take care of it. © Sarah Vickers

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Mussel farm near the city of Perast. Mussels, of course, then eat, but to grow in such beauty they are definitely lucky. © SvetaKhovrina

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

In the deserted and wild land in the north of the country you can go tens of kilometers without meeting a single person. © Radisa Zivkovic

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

A sunny morning is reflected in the waters of the Black Lake. © Leonid Tit

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Island Hotel Saint Stefan on the Adriatic coast. © Dvrcan

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

The azure waters of the mountain river Tara. © SvetaKhovrina

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

The automobile bridge of Djurdjevic across the river Tara. Those who are afraid of heights, it is better not to look down here – the height of the bridge is 172 meters, and under it is the gorge and fast waters of the river. © Dragan Todorović

Stunning Montenegro: a country in which you can not help falling in love

Trnavacko lake in the form of heart. Even nature recognizes the love of this small but very diverse and beautiful country. © nasbiro

Excursion on the ship “Gunilda” that sank 107 years ago

A group of divers sank into the icy waters of Lake Superior in North America to photograph the sunken ship Gunilda, which has been buried for 80 years at a depth of 80 meters. On the yacht that sank in 1911, everything is still: a piano, a card table, chairs and a clock above the fireplace. Such a museum, which can only be visited by professional divers and divers.

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years ago

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years agoA fabulous trip to eastern Turkey for 11 bucks

Equipment firefighters, unable to withstand the power of fire

Seized during sex, gays were forced to go naked through the streets

The life of the Siberian Nenets in the photo report of Kamil Nureyev

The Philippine island of Boracay was closed to tourists

Spectacular landscapes of British Columbia in the photographs of Jan Harland

Typical interiors of domestic apartments.

Excursion on the ship "Gunilda" that sank 107 years agoThe Chinese opened a pendant store for climbers on the slope of the cliff

Transhumanist with horns, keys under the skin and ultraviolet tattoos on the bald head