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The World's Loudest Noises - An Audio Infographic

The World's Loudest Noises - An Audio Infographic

Goat Mug : Coffee Mug in The Shape of Goat’s Horn

Goat Mug has been designed to resemble goat’s horns to pay homage to those goats that discover this delicious dark liquid. The unique horn shape tells original story about coffee, at the same time, it also helps you to drink your coffee to the last sip in style. The elegant leather holder turns into a coffee mug stand, in this way, you can still use this mug on your desk. It looks pretty cool as well. This mug is practical and sustainable, it functions not only as coffee mug but also a fashion accessory that tells a primeval story about coffee. Goat Mug comes with a set of 2 straps (short and long part which are combined into one), you can attach this mug to your bag or just let if all across your shoulder. You can make a phone call, carry books, carry bags, while still carrying your coffee around the shoulder. It’s been designed to be 100-percet leak proof, you don’t need to worry about any coffee stains on your clothes. Designer : Desnahemisfera Goa

The Fishing Village of Al Max, Alexandria

Al Max (also spelled El Max) is one of the neighbourhoods of the city of Alexandria in Egypt, located in the Department of Amriya district in the west of Alexandria. Al Max is rarely visited, yet it is one of the most beautiful places in Egypt. Al Max is a community of fishermen centered around the freshwater canal Mahmoudiyah, dug in 1820 under the order of Viceroy Mohamed Ali in order to bring water from the Nile to Alexandria and also be a path for cargo ships. The canal was named after Sultan Mahmud II, the Sultan of Istanbul as Egypt then was an Ottoman state. The Mahmudiya Canal runs to the south of the city and, by a series of locks, enters the Alexandria harbor, the principal port of Egypt. The canal used to play an important role in navigation during the 19th century, allowing cargoes from Upper, Middle and Lower Egypt to be brought to Alexandria without passing Rosetta and the mouth of the river, where many ships sank in the turbulent waters. Also trading ships from Alex

Y-40 Deep Joy : World's Deepest Swimming Pool

Y-40 “Deep Joy” is the world's deepest pool, at 42 meters deep, a height equivalent to that of a 14-storey building. The pool measures 21 meters by 18 meters at the surface and changes into a well like structure as you go deeper. Holding 4,300 cubic meters of water maintained at a constant temperature of 32-34 degree centigrade, “Deep Joy” offers diving enthusiasts the freedom to dive and swim without a wetsuit. The pool is located in the Hotel Millepini Terme in Montegrotto Terme, a small town in Italy, and was designed by renowned architect Emanuele Boaretto. Y-40 offers activities such as leisure dives, dive training and photo shoots for photographer and film producers. The cylindrical pool has various intermediate depths of caves for technical underwater diving, ledges and underwater glass viewing panels for spectators who don’t want to get wet. Opened in June 20144, Y-40 beat the previous record holder for the world's deepest swimming pool - Nemo 33, located in Brussels,

Try Live a Nomadic Lifestyle with Wide Path Camper

This design is great news for you who love nomadic lifestyle. Wide Path Camper is micro mobile home that is light enough to be hauled around with your bike. Even though the space might not be as amazing as Colim Caravan concept , this micro home provides you a space enough for sleeping or relaxing, it is able to protect you from the heat of the sun or rainy days. Inside you’ll find simple bed and sitting area along with a small table, it offers better sleeping condition compared to conventional tent. Even though the company claims this tiny home is lightweight, in our opinion, it would still require extra energy to pull 40kg (unloaded) caravan. We highly recommend that you use electric bike with better brake just in case you have to ride down the hill while towing this tiny home. The solar cell can be installed on the roof just like Taku Tanku Little House to harvest unlimited energy of the sun which then transformed into electricity to power light or recharge your gadgets. Designe