It was the 12th annual No Pants Day (or in England, the No Trousers Tube Ride day). The prank started as the No Pants Subway Ride in New York 11 years ago when just 7 people took part. No trousers – 59 cities in 27 countries, As well as New York and London, participants from 27 countries joined in – from Mexico to Canada to Israel to Spain.
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Ah yes, laws – the rules which govern all nations universally (exempting an interesting few). They protect ordinary citizens and provide consequences to those who break them, providing order so that the country may be stable and not anarchic. There are, however, an abundant amount of countries with laws that are just downright ridiculous, ranging from the United States to Swaziland. I present to you the top ten lists of absurdly ridiculous laws, in no precise order, from ten different countries.
10. China — One Child Policy
This year, winter is not in a hurry to please our eyes with dreamy and snowy landscapes. However, the temperatures are gradually lowering. Some cities can even boast with gown of white. What you have before you is the selection of winter landscapes from around the world, from the Far East to the Mississippi River and Moscow to Stonehenge. Enjoy!
Giuliano Mauri started to construct this cathedral in 2001. He died in 2009, but his project was completed in 2010. It is one of the most impressive pieces of 'natural architecture' on Earth.
This awesome exterior wall belongs to the newest museum in Madrid, CaixaForum. It was designed by Swiss architects Herzog and Meuron. This 24 m (about 79 feet) tall vertical garden has 15,000 plants from more than 250 various species.
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An aerial tramway (U.S. English), cable car (British English), ropeway (Japanese) or aerial tram is a type of aerial lift which uses one or two stationary ropes for support while a third moving rope provides propulsion. With this form of lift, the grip of an aerial tramway cabin is fixed onto the propulsion rope and cannot be decoupled from it during operations.
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