but also ordinary
Where there are boundaries, there will always be dissatisfied. Yes, and the boundaries are always set painfully – through wars, painful negotiations, political fraud and intrigue. It is not surprising that some crazy stories are associated with borders.
1. Americans who were on the other side of the Mexican border
A fence between Texas and Mexico was erected under President Bush, Jr., in 2008. The goal is obvious: to reduce the number of illegal migrants and block the traffic on oxygen. For the American farmers living on the very frontier, this innovation should have been a great relief (they really were not thrilled by the constantly traffickers plying here and there and the periodic exchange of fire between drug cartels) if not for one small circumstance: these Americans were the result of another side of the fence. Continue reading
On our entertainment portal, we have repeatedly told about the most incredible places and countries that everyone should definitely visit, which are distinguished by their originality and uniqueness. We talked about the most dangerous tourist trips, in which, besides the beauty of our land, you will feel the thrill of sensations, 40 of the most unusual places on the planet and many many other interesting travel facts.
1. Cruise Nudism Lovers
For this cruise, it is certainly difficult to pack a suitcase. There are countless nude cruises, including a week-long cruise on the Carnival Fleet, which is one of the largest brands in the industry. Continue reading
“The size of the monument should be determined by the degree of significance of the event for the entire civilization. We are not trying to carve an epic out of stone, depict a scene of moonlight, or write a sonnet; we are not dealing with mysticism or tragedy, but rather with constructive and dramatic moments or turning points in our amazing story, ”said Gutzon Borglum, a sculptor who created Mount Rushmore.
Mount Rushmore (Mount Rushmore) is located near the town of Keystone (Keystone), in the mountain region of Black Hills (Black Hills), in the territory of the US state of South Dakota. In its rock, huge granite sculptures are carved, forming the National Presidential Memorial of the United States. Continue reading