Early polar exploration was a lonely business with sailors stuck on their ships for months on end, subsisting on barely edible rations among some of the world's most inhospitable climates. However the famous Shackleton polar expedition was made just a bit brighter by the presence of the ship's cat, Mrs. Chippy.
Known as the "Venice of the North," the town of Giethoorn has no roads, just quaint canals and rustic wooden bridges connecting the populace.
Not a month since the enigmatic "Theater At The End Of The World" went viral among the internet's curio corners, it seems that the outdoor cinema in the middle of the Egyptian desert has been utterly destroyed. Did we shine a light on one of the world's secret places only to expose it to ruin?
Maybe one of the most iconic locations in the architecturally rich city of Glasgow, the Duke of Wellington Statue has been harmlessly adorned with an unauthorized traffic cone chapeau since the 1980's and the practice has become so beloved that locals actively encourage the victimless vandalism.