Floating City on the coast of China

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Eco Atlantis – it’s a project designed by the architectural firm AT Design Office commissioned by the Chinese company China Communications Construction Company. Something like we saw in the movie “The Fifth Element” (1997). But who knows – maybe in ten years it will not look fantastic?

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Ninja city in Japan

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Iga and Nabari city in Mie Prefecture – revived the tradition of ninjutsu in an attempt to of push the faltering local economy. These Japanese cities became centers for the study of the history of ninja warriors, Iga and Nabari are known as the home of ninja because the first ever ninja were trained in the area in the early 15th century.

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City tales

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Italian illustrator Giulia Pex gives life to her imagination with pen drawings on black and white photographs. Her world is full of dragons, princesses, and monsters. We love her world. It is very similar to the one in which all of us, from childhood, would like to live.

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Ocean city

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Male (pronounced Maa-Lay) – the capital and largest city of the Republic of Maldives. Male City is located on an island in Kaafu Atoll.The population of Male, Maldives is 104 400 people (2006). Traditionally it was the King’s Island, from where the ancient Maldive Royal dynasties ruled and where the palace was located.

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Wall of love in Paris

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Paris is called the City of Love.Right here on Montmartre at the Wall of Love (Le mur des je t’aime) you can wish an object of your passion to return affection.The Wall of Love is situated in the dreamy area of Montmartre and brings together a compilation of the city’s declarations of love and romance. None of us can deny carving the names of the person we fancied into our desks when we were at school and The Wall of Love is not much different.Covered in 612 lava tiles, the wall features the worlds “I love you” in 311 different languages, including all 192 languages of the United Nations.Find here a confession written in your native language. Hold your hand to it – and wish that someone you love to say in return.

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