10 Worst Moments in US History

America has been one of the most important country in this world. It was famous for it's quick development despite of many worst incidents.
The Trail of Tears
1. The Trail of Tears - 1838
The Trail of Tears was the relocation and movement of Native Americans, including many members of the Cherokee, Creek, Seminole, and Choctaw nations among others in the United States, from their homelands to Indian Territory (present day Oklahoma) in the Western United States. The phrase originated from a description of the removal of the Choctaw Nation in 1831.By 1837, 46,000 Native Americans from these southeastern nations had been removed from their homelands thereby opening 25 million acres for settlement by European Americans

A Desert Surrounded By Icy Mountains

It is well-known that Transbaikal or Zabaykalsky Krai is a region with snow-capped mountains and huge ice fields to the east of Lake Baikal in Russia. But not many people are aware of the fact that a true desert can be found in the place.

Chara Sands are located in Kalarsky District of Zabaykalsky Krai, the sand band is 10 km long and 5 km wide.Chara Sands were formed during the Zyrian glaciation period as a lake delta at the front zone of the Sakukan glacier, when Chara hollow was filled with water.
Icy Mountains

Blast in Oil Refinery of Venezuela

An explosion tore through Venezuela's biggest refinery Amuay on Saturday, August 25, killing at least 39 people, wounding dozens and halting operations at the facility in the worst accident to hit the OPEC nation's oil industry.
Blast in Oil Refinery of Venezuela

9 Abandoned Islands Where Time Has Stopped

 Some islands were used for military purposes, for the construction of individual buildings or for permanent settlements in which people lived for centuries. However, loss of strategic position, natural disasters, nuclear tests or simply wish to live in civilization, led to the abandonment of these islands. This is a list of abandoned islands, where time has stopped, where homes, buildings and streets standing untouched for decades.

1. Hirta, Scotland, UK
Hirta

Wonders of Jordan

Petra
Petra
Tourists at Petra approach Al Khazneh (the Treasury), whose function in Nabataean times is still unknown. Spurred by Jordan’s peace treaty with Israel, tourism to Petra is up tenfold since 1991, boosting the economy but raising concerns about preservation.

Britain's Youngest Grandfather at 29 Year

Britain's Youngest Grandfather
A dad has become Britain's youngest grand-father at the age of 29 after his daughter gave birth at 14. Shem Davies was also 14 when he became a father for the first time. Now, schoolgirl daughter Tia has had a baby girl a week before her 15th birthday.

The World Discus Hotel

Discus Hotel
The hotel, featuring a discus-shaped residential underwater building connected to another discus above water, will be funded by BIG, which is in talks with other investors.The disc, located up to 10 metres beneath the surface of the sea, is composed of 21 hotel rooms adjacent to the underwater dive centre and a bar.

Cadillac One - Car of US President

1. Power comes from a 6.5-litre diesel engine that's fitted with a supercharger to help haul this beast around. Yet despite this mammoth power plant, the top speed is only 60mph and it takes around 15 seconds to reach this.
Cadillac One