Loading...
Done
Students from Langata primary school run past riot police as they protest against a perimeter wall illegally erected by a private developer around their school playground in Kenya's capital Nairobi January 19, 2015. (Photo by Thomas Mukoya/Reuters)

Students from Langata primary school run past riot police as they protest against a perimeter wall illegally erected by a private developer around their school playground in Kenya's capital Nairobi January 19, 2015. Riot police used teargas to disperse students at a school in Nairobi as the children protested against the potential loss of their playground. The playground was fenced off in December, during the school holidays, by a prominent developer who also claims ownership of the land. The title to the contested site is said to be in the name of Airport View Housing Limited, according to local media, with plans to use the space to build a parking lot for a hotel. (Photo by Thomas Mukoya/Reuters)
Details
20 Jan 2015 13:04:00
Dancers perform as human sculptures during an exhibition in Hong Kong, China, 26 March 2019. (Photo by Jerome Favre/EPA/EFE)

Dancers perform as human sculptures during an exhibition in Hong Kong, China, 26 March 2019. The exhibition entitled “Multisensory Exhibition Urban Playgrounds” shows how Austrian artist Willi Dorner uses urban spaces to interpret the relationship between bodies and objects. (Photo by Jerome Favre/EPA/EFE)
Details
30 Mar 2019 00:01:00
In this Monday, October 5, 2015 photo, a thick blanket of early morning fog partially shrouds the skyscrapers of the Marina and Jumeirah Lake Towers districts of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Dubai's rapid transformation from a desert outpost into one of the world's most architecturally stunning cities is mapped out in the Marina. Where just 15 years ago there was empty, flat land, today a bustling neighborhood thrives centered around a canal and an impressive skyline that pierces through the clouds. (Photo by Kamran Jebreili/AP Photo)

In this Monday, October 5, 2015 photo, a thick blanket of early morning fog partially shrouds the skyscrapers of the Marina and Jumeirah Lake Towers districts of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Dubai's rapid transformation from a desert outpost into one of the world's most architecturally stunning cities is mapped out in the Marina. Where just 15 years ago there was empty, flat land, today a bustling neighborhood thrives centered around a canal and an impressive skyline that pierces through the clouds. (Photo by Kamran Jebreili/AP Photo)
Details
10 Dec 2015 08:03:00
Bounce Below The World’s First Subterranean Playground

If you’re afraid of heights, caves, the dark, suffer from claustrophobia or vertigo, this might not be for you, but if not, a small Welsh town has the perfect subterranean adventure for you: the world’s largest underground trampoline. Just unveiled in Blaenau Ffestiniog, North Wales, Bounce Below is a network of trampolines and slides mounted to the walls of an abandoned slate mine at heights of 20 feet to 180 feet off the ground. Visitors are welcome to climb, bounce, slide, and jump in the netting amidst a technicolor light show.
Details
15 Jul 2014 11:19:00
Heavy Equipment Playground Gives Adults A Chance To Play In Sand With Excavators And Bulldozers

Dameon Harris of Nevada gets used to the controls of a bulldozer at Dig This October 27, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. At Dig This, tourists take a short class and can then operate full-size hydraulic excavators and track-type bulldozers in a giant sandbox while being guided by instructors over headsets. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Details
28 Oct 2011 13:02:00
A man rides a horse at a playground on a hill in Kabul April 19, 2015. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)

A man rides a horse at a playground on a hill in Kabul April 19, 2015. (Photo by Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)
Details
21 Apr 2015 10:46:00
Participants of the annual “SlutWalk” march through the Israeli Mediterranean coastal city of Tel Aviv on May 4, 2018 to protest against rape culture, including sexual assault and harassment directed at women. The campaign, which has gained international notoriety, was inspired by group of Canadian women who launched the protest in 2011 in response to a policeman' s comment that if women want to avoid being attacked they should not dress like sl*ts. (Photo by Jack Guez/AFP Photo)

Participants of the annual “SlutWalk” march through the Israeli Mediterranean coastal city of Tel Aviv on May 4, 2018 to protest against rape culture, including sexual assault and harassment directed at women. The campaign, which has gained international notoriety, was inspired by group of Canadian women who launched the protest in 2011 in response to a policeman' s comment that if women want to avoid being attacked they should not dress like sl*ts. (Photo by Jack Guez/AFP Photo)
Details
06 May 2018 07:06:00


Women talk during a Slutwalk march for the right of women to wear what they want without harassment on May 28, 2011 in Melbourne, Australia. The Slutwalk began with a small protest in Toronto, Canada, when women marched against a policeman who claimed he was told women should “avoid dressing like sl*ts in order not to be victimized”. Slutwalks are scheduled for Adeleaide and Sydney as well as other cities in North America and Europe. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)
Details
28 May 2011 07:53:00