The stone dolls of Kuklica, as they’re often called, are recognized in geological circles as earth pyramids, or earth pillars are mainly believed by specialists that they are the product of natural erosion and the more conspiratorial among us roll our eyes on cue.

The Stone Town of Kuklica, Macedonia

Macedonia is a place with a complicated history similar to many European countries. It has been settled, invaded, conquered, and fought over for thousands of years. There’s a stone town area consisting of...

The Smiling Gecko

This Gecko can’t stop smiling when he’s around his toy Gecko. The stunning images will make your day special having a hard day at work. Stop what you’re doing and take a moment to look at this smiling...
In 2012, restoration work was started with financial assistance provided by EEA (European Economic Area)

The Ancient Shumen Fortress of Bulgaria

In Bulgaria, Shumen Fortress is one of most popular landmarks, three kilometers away from center of Shumen. The ancient fortress with historical linkage to a village is situated in the Shumen Plateau, perhaps...

The Blood Lake of Iraq

The bloody lake is situated just outside Iraq’s Sadr City. This amazing red lake has led to a numerous speculation looks like blood. The researchers has though pointed out that the reservoir is pretty big...

The Amazing Photos of Flying Peacocks

Some moments are extremely priceless, and you forget everything when you see such moments. Nature has full of incredible things, and a little number of peoples witness the peacock flying at their best. After...

The Wild Rose “Canina”

This is a wild rose. Did you ever think about the fact that most roses in our gardens have amply of petals, while wild roses just have a handful of petals (five in this case)? The main reason is that garden...