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Jindo Miracle Sea Festival

Once a year in Jindo in Jeollanam-do Province, the seas mysteriously part and visitors can walk through the sea from the mainland to a nearby island. This phenomenon is caused due to the difference in high tides and low tides, which creates a 2.8-kilometer-long road measuring 40 to 60 meters in width. The Jindo Miracle Sea Festival takes place at the same time as this phenomenon. Visitors can enjoy walking along the sea road, gathering abalone and various other fun activities that make up the festival program. The spectacular sight of the waves parting is widely known and many people travel to Korea from all over the world just to witness this amazing event.

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A convoy of hearses today carried a second batch of MH17 victims to a military barracks in Holland following the coffins’ arrival in the Netherlands. The hearses, carrying the bodies and remains of 74 victims of the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight, travelled slowly from Eindhoven air base to Hilversum

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Jason Statham at the Commonwealth Games in 1990

Jason Statham at the Commonwealth Games in 1990

The Nardò Ring (Pista di prova di Nardò della Fiat, built in 1975) is a high speed test track located at more than 20 kilometres (12 mi) north-west of the town of Nardò, Italy, in the southern region of Apulia, in the province of Lecce.

The track is 12.5 kilometres (7.8 mi) long and is round, has four lanes for cars and motorcycles totaling 16 metres (52 ft) in width and has a separate inner ring for trucks at a width of 9 metres (30 ft). In the cars/motorcycle ring the lanes are banked at such a degree that a driver in the outer most lane doesn’t need to turn the wheel while driving at speeds of up to 240 km/h (149 mph). In essence, at the so-called neutral speed which is different for the four lanes, one can drive as if in a straight lane. However extremely fast cars still require the steering wheel to be turned when going faster than the maximum neutral speed. For example the Koenigsegg CCR which set a speed record for a production car at the Nardò Ring did so with the steering wheel at a 30° angle. This speed record has since been beaten by the Bugatti Veyron at Volkswagen Group’s private Ehra-Lessien straight line test track in Germany, and hence the CCR only holds the speed record for the Nardò Ring.

Queen Elizabeth photobombing a selfie at the Commonwealth Games.
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Queen Elizabeth photobombing a selfie at the Commonwealth Games.

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DEVO at Knebworth Rock Festival, Feeling Magazine, 1978

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