Angelina Jolie with her kids

Angelina Jolie with her kids

Russian Roots In Hollywood

Leonardo DiCaprio
Leonardo DiCaprio
Leonardo DiCaprio’s grandmother moved from the USSR to Germany together with her parents after the revolution. There, she got married and her daughter moved to the USA to give birth to the world famous actor.

Auto Expo 2012 - New Delhi

Auto Expo 2012 - New Delhi
Ranbir Kapoor gestures during the unveiling of Nissan Motor Co's new Evalia car at India's Auto Expo in New Delhi January 5, 2012.

Italian high speed NTV Train

Italian high speed NTV Train
Passengers on board Italy's new Nuovo Trasporto Viaggiatori (NTV) trains might be forgiven for thinking of Ferrari cars at the sight of the low nose, the deep-red livery and the sleek interiors.

Two Headed Animals Pictures

Two Headed Animals Pictures

One-man Town on a 8,000ft Chilly Mountain

If you ever get the feeling that you’re on your own, then spare a thought for Don Sammons.

The hamlet of Buford in Wyoming is not even a sparsely-populated area. It’s a single-populated area, as the 60-year-old is the only man, woman or child living there.

But even though the ‘population one’ hamlet is 8,000ft up a cold mountain, he denies feeling lonely and runs an isolated petrol station and convenience shop.
One-man Town on a 8,000ft Chilly Mountain

Asia's Largest Helicopter

China's largest-ever civil helicopter got certification from the civil aviation administration. The move marks the official approval for the 13-tonne AC313, Asia's largest helicopter, to enter the market, said the Aviation Industry Corp of China, which developed and manufactured the helicopter.

The aircraft focuses on designs of maintainability, life reliability, indemnification and life cycle efficiency, and meets international safety standards, underlining China's abilities in the research and development of large helicopters.
Asia's Largest Helicopter

World 10 Most Expensive Books

1. "Leicester Code," Leonardo da Vinci (The Codex Leicester, Leonardo da Vinci)
Expensive Books
$ 30.8 million in 1994, the auction Christies ($ 44,6 million in current prices *).

Notebook entries by Leonardo da Vinci, made during his life in Milan in 1506-1510, respectively. The manuscript consists of 18 sheets of paper covered on both sides and folded in such a way that together they formed a 72-page book. Leonardo notes written in a special way, his own "mirror" type - they can be read only by means of a mirror. Entries are devoted to various events, mused about the nature of which Leonardo: why the moon is shining, why and how the water flows in rivers, where are the fossils of which are minerals and so on. Notebook also contains a large number of mathematical calculations, diagrams and drawings. "Leicester" code was named after the Earl of Leicester, who bought the manuscript in 1717. In 1980, the book's heirs Lester bought the famous industrialist, collector and friend of the Soviet Armand Hammer, after which he served for a short period called the "Code Hammer» (Codex Hammer). After his death in 1994 the code was put up for auction, in which was acquired by Microsoft founder Bill Gates and he regularly exhibited in museums in the picture.

Street Food Around The World

We all know that you need to properly feed, but sometimes I feel like grab something tasty, but harmful in the street. In this collection are some popular "street" food from different countries.

1. Seviche, Peru
Seviche, Peru
Seviche - it is a common dish throughout Latin America. Typically, this snack is made from a mixture of raw fish with seafood marinated in citrus juice, in this case in lime juice.

Vatican City Pictures

Vatican City Pictures
Vatican City is a landlocked sovereign city-state whose territory consists of a walled enclave within the city of Rome, Italy. It has an area of approximately 44 hectares (110 acres), and a population of just over 800. This makes Vatican City the smallest independent state in the world by both area and population.

It is ruled by the Bishop of Rome, the Pope Benedict XVI. The highest state functionaries are all Catholic clergymen of various national origins.