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Sea Food: 14 Floating Restaurants Around the World

These 14 highly unusual eateries take to the rivers, lakes and seas of the world, including Hong Kong's huge Jumbo Kingdom and Germany's BBQ Donut.

Invisible Edges: 15 Death-Defying Infinity Pool Designs

The edges of these pools seem to just drop off into space, threatening to whisk swimmers off a cliff, into the sea or over the edge of a skyscraper.

Rooftop Riverboat House Unveiled: A Room for London

Perched atop the Southbank Centre, a riverboat-shaped apartment called 'A Room for London' will offer lucky guests amazing views of the Summer Olympics in 2012.

RedBall Project Takes Interactive Urban Art on Tour

A huge inflatable red ball travels around the world, showing up in cities like Toronto and Abu Dhabi, squeezed into entryways and hovering above the street.

A Moveable Feast: 14 Mobile & Pop-Up Restaurants

These mobile and temporary pop-up restaurants, cafes and bars won't stay in your area long enough for you to get bored with them, so enjoy them while you can.

Lisbon Lights Up with Modern Christmas Decorations

The city of Lisbon, Portugal got creative in the face of budget issues this year with an annual Christmas light display that's as festive as ever.

Literary Landscapes: Carved Books by Guy Laramee

Encyclopedias in English and Chinese are eroded into landscapes by artist Guy Laramee, in a narrative about a dystopian vision of the 23rd century.

Modern Religion: 13 Contemporary Churches & Chapels

Unlike the intricate spires and scrolls of traditional churches, these modern church designs focus on minimalism to enhance the beauty of natural light.

Marvelous Mystery of Britain’s Money-Making Trees

Money doesn't grow on trees anywhere in the world, but some trees in Britain are laden with the coins of people who have passed by through the years.

13 Tilted Architectural Wonders of the World

Sometimes they're poorly built, sometimes the ground is giving way beneath them and sometimes these 13 leaning towers of the world are intentionally tilted.

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