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This fairy tale cottage didn't come out of a storybook. Featured on Redfin, this custom-built Olalla, Washington home was inspired by Snow White. Originally a 19th-century German fairy tale, Snow White is a fictional character and main protagonist from Walt Disney Productions' first animated feature film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
The Magnolia Garden Pavilion is a set of two suites part of the Hatherley Birrell Collection, a boutique hotel found in East Launceston, Australia. Situated alongside a 150-year-old magnolia tree, the Magnolia Garden Pavilion features an eco-friendly contemporary design including an origami-inspired roof, moon window, and outdoor bath carved out of volcanic stone.
The Bobertz Residence in San Diego, California was designed by influential Los Angeles-based modernist architect Craig Ellwood. Commissioned in 1953, Gerry & Charles Bobertz wanted Ellwood to design their San Diego home after being impressed by Ellwood's Case Study Houses. Ellwood's architectural style is rooted in modernism, which is a style based on new technologies of construction, notably glass, steel, and reinforced concrete.
Plant Street Market is a local community market found in Winter Garden, Florida featuring 20 unique vendors including the Crooked Can Brewing Company. The Crooked Can Brewing Company is a microbrewery with its own tap and tasting room. Winter Garden is a city 14 miles west of Orlando, and its historic downtown includes an array of restaurants, shops, and cafes.
This corridor found in the Ninh Van region of Vietnam is filled with 500 unique arhat statues. The statues, made by local villagers, were each made out of stone blocks. Each statue features a unique facial expression and posture different from all 499 other statues within the corridor. In Buddhism, an Arhat is a title given to an individual who has achieved spiritual enlightenment, or nirvana.
This statue of Maitreya is located in the Ninh Binh province of Vietnam. In Buddhist culture, Maitreya is considered to be the successor of the present Buddha, popularly known as Gautama Buddha. This statue is over 10 meters high and weighs 80 tons.
This Vietnam War-era bomb shelter is found underneath luxury hotel Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi in Hanoi Vietnam. Although built in the 1960s, this bunker was sealed off in 1975, shortly after the end of the Vietnam War. During the war, the bunker was often used to shelter hotel guests at the time including American actress Jane Fonda. The shelter was re-discovered in 2011 and is now open for viewing to the public.
Spices Garden is a restaurant found inside Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi, a luxury hotel found in Hanoi, Vietnam. Spices Garden introduces guests to the exotic flavors of Hanoi's bustling cuisine including pho noodle soup, tender spicy barbecued pork, delectable seafood, and fresh garden vegetables, spices, and herbs. Guests can eat their meal inside the restaurant's luxuriously designed interior, or they can dine al fresco beside the hotel's garden and swimming pool.
Pretend City is a children's museum found in Irvine, California. Designed to look like a miniature city, Pretend City's 17 interactive exhibits teach children foundational skills in math, reading, and science while fostering their creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Pretend City's exhibits include a bank, dentist office, and grocery store.