Mads Severin Hassum-Olsen

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Wimbachschloss waterfall, It has a well-secured path to follow to see this eye-catching waterfall energetically in Berchtesgaden National Park.

In The Berchtesgaden National Park, its very own dynamics in all German national parks. Participate in hiking, tracking, boating in Königssee lake and the spectacular view of nature.

Underwater River in Mexico (Cenote Angelita). Underneath the water of Cenote Angelita is another flowing body of water. The river is full of hydrogen sulfate, which is much heavier than normal salt water. When it sinks to the bottom, it forms a flow of its own.

Yowza, fancy a swim in an underwater river? Yup, this nifty little phenomenon exists in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula called Cenote Agnelita. It’s a natural formation where hydrogen sulphate mixes with s

Modeco House in Los Altos by Curt Cline - Californa, USA

Calling upon midcentury modern archetypes, Curt Cline of Modern House Architects designed a residence in Los Altos, California, built with Passive House principles in mind.

The Chesme Church, Russia. It was built by the Russian court architect Yury Felten in 1780 at the direction of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia. The church was the earliest Neo-Gothic construction in the St Petersburg area. Considered by some to be St Petersburg's single most impressive church, it is a rare example of very early Gothic Revival influence in Russian church architecture.

The Chesme Church also known as Saint John the Baptist at Chesme Palace, St. It is a small Russian Orthodox church that was built by the Russian court architect Yury Felten in at the direction of Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia.