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Members of the Prizma Ensemble wearing full solid-coloured bodysuits walk pest ultra orthodox jewish men as they take part in the 6th Jane's walk Jerusalem in Jerusalem Israel. May 6, 2016. (Photo by Baz Ratner/Reuters)

Members of the Prizma Ensemble wearing full solid-coloured bodysuits walk pest ultra orthodox jewish men as they take part in the 6th Jane's walk Jerusalem in Jerusalem, Israel May 6, 2016. Jane's Walk is a global walking tour movement, inspired by US-Canadian author and activist Jane Jacobs. (Photo by Baz Ratner/Reuters)
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07 May 2016 13:06:00
The Iglu Hotel

Welcome to nature amidst a carefully designed environment made of glistening snow crystals – rebuilt every season from 3000 tons of snow at six locations in the Alps and the Pyrenees. A vivid product for exciting events and one of the most innovative hotel concepts of our times – CO2-neutral and sustainable. A memorable experience awaits you!
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10 Jul 2013 11:19:00
The Costica photo on the left inspired Australia-based photographer Jane Long to create her version, titled “Innocence”. (Photo by Costica Acsinte Archive/Jane Long)

The “Dancing With Costica” series began when Australia-based photographer Jane Long decided to brush up on her retouching skills. After finding the Costica Acsinte Archive on Flickr, she became fascinated with the images and their subjects, wanting to bring them to life and give them a story. Here: the Costica photo on the left inspired Jane Long to create her version, titled “Innocence”. (Photo by Costica Acsinte Archive/Jane Long)
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01 Sep 2014 09:48:00
A man walks into a room in the Ice hotel in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden, December 16, 2015. (Photo by Ints Kalnins/Reuters)

In Jukkasjärvi, a village a few miles east of Kiruna, the proprietors of one hotel begin planning for a winter ice festival in March. That’s when they begin collecting some 5,000 tons of ice from the River Torne in order to prepare the Icehotel, the world’s coolest place to stay. Options for overnight stay include snow rooms, ice rooms, art suites, and the Northern Lights room, all of which range from about $300 to $900 per night. But the deluxe suite’s the only way to go. These rooms come with a critical amenity: heated ensuite bathrooms and saunas. Here: A man walks into a room in the Ice hotel in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden, December 16, 2015. (Photo by Ints Kalnins/Reuters)
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18 Dec 2015 08:02:00
A fire engulfs The Address Hotel in downtown Dubai in the United Arab Emirates December 31, 2015. (Photo by Ahmed Jadallah/Reuters)

A fire engulfs The Address Hotel in downtown Dubai in the United Arab Emirates December 31, 2015. Fire engulfed a luxury building near the world’s tallest skyscraper in Dubai on Thursday as tens of thousands of people were gathering at its base for one of the world’s largest New Year’s fireworks displays. (Photo by Ahmed Jadallah/Reuters)
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02 Jan 2016 08:00:00
Pet Hotel

Bouboule, an English bulldog rests in its hotel room at Actuel Dogs on April 19, 2011 in Vincennes, France. Opened in November 2010 by Devi and Stan Burun, Actuel Dogs is a five-star luxury hotel for dogs with four single rooms and two suites. With the aim of meeting the dogs' needs, the hotel offers activities including doggy walks, doggy rando (hiking), doggy jogs, doggy velo (running next to a bike) and other services such as dog massage. The hotel also caters to the needs of people living in small appartments or who don't have the time to walk their dogs. (Photo by Franck Prevel/Getty Images)
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09 Oct 2011 14:43:00
Hotel Marques de Riscal, A Luxury Collection Hotel

Since its unveiling in 2006 this masterpiece created by Frank Gehry to house the Hotel Marqués de Riscal has become a highly sought after contemporary, luxury retreat. Design, art, gastronomy, wine and the lush landscape all combine to create a memorable sojourn.
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11 Sep 2015 10:34:00
Afghan Girl (based on photograph by Steve McCurry/National Geographic). (Photo by Jane Perkins/Caters News)

“One artist doesn’t mind if people class her work as rubbish. Thats because all of her pieces are made out of junk found in charity shops, garage sales and in and around her home. Using the likes of buttons, broken jewelry and toy parts, Jane Perkins, from Exeter, UK, has recreated the famous faces of Albert Einstein, Kate Middleton, The Queen, as well as some of the worlds most iconic paintings and photographs”. – Caters News. Photo: Afghan Girl (based on photograph by Steve McCurry/National Geographic). (Photo by Jane Perkins/Caters News)
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26 Feb 2014 07:07:00