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Europe has been battling a deep freeze that started in late January and has killed hundreds, snow that has trapped thousands in Balkan mountain villages and prompted worries of flooding as heavy snow melts. In Greece and Bulgaria, flooding on Monday and Tuesday left dozens of homes under water and at least eight dead. Serbian [...]

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Call me crazy, but I’ve never enjoyed the feeling of certain, imminent death that I get while riding roller coasters. That is why I’m hoping this new walking roller coaster is not a one-off, but a lasting trend that will soon be represented in amusement parks worldwide. Opened to the public in November, this “coaster” reaches heights of 69 feet and stands atop a hill in Anger Park in Duisburg, Germany, with a magnificent view of the Rhine to be enjoyed at whatever speeds you can reach on your own two feet. Officially called “Tiger and Turtle- Magic Mountain”, this sculpture of zinc-plated steel and LED lights is the work of the Hamburg based artist duo Heike Mutter and Urlich Genth.


Mutter & Genth


Werner J. Hannappel


Mutter & Genth


Werner J. Hannappel


Werner J. Hannappel

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The spectacle of gaudy colors, outlandish floats, airborne beads, and extravagant costumes was not limited to the French Quarter of New Orleans Tuesday. Weeks of pre-Lent celebrations culminated into explosions of exhilarating events for "Fat Tuesday" and Carnival around the globe. Historians say the Mardi Gras tradition dates back to Roman times, when the newly converted Christians retained vestiges of their pagan festival "Lupercalia" as a period of celebration before the penance of Lent. That spirit ricochets today from the revelers of Carnival in Brazil to the flour-tossing sprites of Greece to the ebullient trombones of Bourbon Street. -- Lloyd Young (43 photos total)
A Grande Rio samba school dancer performs while parading through the Sambadrome during carnival celebrations in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 8. (Rodrigo Abd/Associated Press)

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