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Sami people from the Vilhelmina Norra Sameby, gather their reindeers herd in a corral for selection and calf labelling on October 27, 2016 near the village of Dikanaess, about 800 kilometers north-west of the capital Sweden. (Photo by Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP Photo)

Sami people from the Vilhelmina Norra Sameby, gather their reindeers herd in a corral for selection and calf labelling on October 27, 2016 near the village of Dikanaess, about 800 kilometers north-west of the capital Sweden. Sweden's Sami reindeer herders have more than hungry predators to worry about in the cold night, as the indigenous minority moves its flock to the winter pasture in the Nordic tundra. (Photo by Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP Photo)
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23 Nov 2016 12:26:00
Queen of the North (created by Emilie Steele and Sebastian Dell’Uva) is one of the more intense rooms, with the bed surrounded by the head and hands of an icy goddess. (Photo by Asaf Kliger/IceHotel/The Guardian)

Founded in 1989, the Icehotel in Swedish Lapland is built from the snow up each year, using ice from the local river. The rooms are designed by international artists and this year feature spacemen and an ice queen. The hotel has 35 suites, featuring ice carvings designed by 36 different artists from 17 countries. (Photo by Asaf Kliger/IceHotel/The Guardian)
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20 Dec 2017 07:11:00
Refugees disembark and make their way to a camp at a hotel touted as the world's most northerly ski resort in Riksgransen, Sweden, December 15, 2015. (Photo by Ints Kalnins/Reuters)

Refugees disembark and make their way to a camp at a hotel touted as the world's most northerly ski resort in Riksgransen, Sweden, December 15, 2015. (Photo by Ints Kalnins/Reuters)
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21 Dec 2015 08:02:00
The suites made from ice and snow this year at the Ice Hotel include animal influences and theatre-inspired rooms. (Photo by Icehotel.com/Exclusivepix Media)

19 individually themed and hand crafted art suites have been newly designed by creatives from across the world – from a swedish artist who made a giant snow elephant in the room, to a french team who fused snow, ice and disco into a groovy sleeping experience. Each year, the hotel creates a new series of artist-designed accommodation spaces that add to the existing landscape of private rooms. (Photo by Icehotel.com/Exclusivepix Media)
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15 Mar 2017 00:04:00
Batmobile Replica Spotted in Sweden

A Swedish guy built it from a 1973 Lincoln Continental. It took him over $1 million USD and 3.5 years to complete, or some 20.000 hours of work.
It features a lot of gadgets like satellite navigation, voice recognition, reversing cameras, a DVD player, a plasma TV...
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21 Dec 2012 13:27:00
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
Chandelier Made Out Of Spectacles

Stuart Haygarth hangs his spectacle chandelier at The Lighthouse, Scotland's national Architecture Design Centre on November 29, 2007 in Glasgow, Scotland. The 7ft chandelier is made of over 1000 pairs of glasses, and is one of a range of products the designer has made out of recycled products. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
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15 Dec 2011 13:32:00
In this April 2, 2016 photo, dusty sculptures made of cast-off baby dolls sit in an open-air museum and art workshop off a trash-strewn street cutting through some of the poorest neighborhoods in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. They were created by Haitian artists called Atis Rezistans who have become celebrated in the international art world by creating sculptures out of scrapped car parts, old wood, discarded toys and even human skulls found scattered outside crumbling mausoleums. (Photo by David McFadden/AP Photo)

In this April 2, 2016 photo, dusty sculptures made of cast-off baby dolls sit in an open-air museum and art workshop off a trash-strewn street cutting through some of the poorest neighborhoods in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. They were created by Haitian artists called Atis Rezistans who have become celebrated in the international art world by creating sculptures out of scrapped car parts, old wood, discarded toys and even human skulls found scattered outside crumbling mausoleums. (Photo by David McFadden/AP Photo)
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12 Apr 2016 11:10:00