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1. Dutch Cheese Museum - Alkmaar, Netherlands

1. Dutch Cheese Museum - Alkmaar, Netherlands: This museum explores the history of the Dutch cheeses and how they’re made. It’s located in one of Alkmaar’s oldest buildings; the 16th century Cheese Weigh House in Waagplein Square.

2.Le Musée Art du Chocolat de Lisle sur Tarn, Lisle-sur-Tarn, France

2.Le Musée Art du Chocolat de Lisle sur Tarn, Lisle-sur-Tarn, France: In this mouthwatering museum, you can find any object you can think of sculptured in chocolate! This is a heaven for chocolate lovers and for artistic tourists with a sweet tooth.

3. Cup Noodle Museum, Yokohama, Japan

3. Cup Noodle Museum, Yokohama, Japan: You won’t be able to find Samurai swords in this museum, but you’ll definitely find your appetite there! Surprisingly, the Cup Noodle Museum is not the only museum in Japan dedicated to instant noodles, otherwise known as ramen. In this museum though, you can find a replica of the shed in which the first type of ramen was invented.

4. Friet Museum, Bruges, Belgium

4. Friet Museum, Bruges, Belgium: If you think French Fries were invented in France, then you’re wrong! This delicious invention originated in Belgium where it is known as Belgian friet. And this museum is the only museum dedicated to exploring the history of this delicacy.

5. Carpigiani Gelato Museum, Carpigiani, Italy

5. Carpigiani Gelato Museum, Carpigiani, Italy: Italians took their love and devotion to their ice cream to a whole new level by creating a museum dedicated to exhibiting the history of their renowned Gelato. The museum is located in Bologna, and it was once the factory of the manufacturer of the world’s first ice cream-making machine; Carpigiani.

6.The Herring Era Museum, Siglufjörður, Iceland

6.The Herring Era Museum, Siglufjörður, Iceland: The small oily fish, Herring, might not sound as an appealing type of food, but if you visit The Herring Era Museum, you will certainly leave with a new appreciation of this unpopular fish. The museum is located inside a former salting station that was built in the 20th century.

7. Pizza Hut Museum - Wichita, Kansas

7. Pizza Hut Museum - Wichita, Kansas: This might be the world’s “youngest” food museum as it opened its doors to visitors in April 2017 on the very same site of the first Pizza Hut restaurant. The museum is full of pizza-related memorabilia, including the first Pizza Hut pizza pan used in 1958. Other unique items can be found such as Pizza Hut Barbie dolls, menus, staff lists from the 1950s, and signage from the first restaurant.

8. The Idaho Potato Museum, Blackfoot, Idaho

8. The Idaho Potato Museum, Blackfoot, Idaho: This museum is home to both the world’s largest potato and the world’s largest potato chip, along with a wealth of potato-related facts. And if you ever made it to this museum, don’t forget to visit the café, where you can indulge in a chocolate-dipped potato.

9. The Spam Museum, Austin, Minnesota

9. The Spam Museum, Austin, Minnesota: You might not be a big fan of Spam, but did you know that Spam played a huge role in WWII, when it became a staple for servicemen and women?! You can learn this and much more interesting facts about the world's most famous processed meat in this museum.

1. Dutch Cheese Museum - Alkmaar, Netherlands
2.Le Musée Art du Chocolat de Lisle sur Tarn, Lisle-sur-Tarn, France
3. Cup Noodle Museum, Yokohama, Japan
4. Friet Museum, Bruges, Belgium
5. Carpigiani Gelato Museum, Carpigiani, Italy
6.The Herring Era Museum, Siglufjörður, Iceland
7. Pizza Hut Museum - Wichita, Kansas
8. The Idaho Potato Museum, Blackfoot, Idaho
9. The Spam Museum, Austin, Minnesota
1. Viroth’s Hotel (Cambodia)

1. Viroth’s Hotel (Cambodia): Viroth’s Hotel is ideally located in a leafy street in the center of Siem Reap in the vibrant Wat Bo area; the hotel boasts 50’s-inspired, complemented by large green areas and vertical gardens. This peaceful area adjacent to the river is just steps away from the old market, shopping and entertainment district. Guests can enjoy a rejuvenating spa treatment, a 20-meter swimming pool and an appetizing food selection of local Khmer cuisine and continental dishes.

2. Hanoi La Siesta Hotel and Spa (Vietnam)

2. Hanoi La Siesta Hotel and Spa (Vietnam): A peaceful hotel with a homely feel; the hotel has 50 spacious bedrooms, including suites and duplex rooms. The suites have modern and comfortable facilities with seating areas. And the duplex rooms are particularly good for families and groups of friends. Other facilities include a spa, gym, and movie room.

3. Tulemar Bungalows & Villas (Costa Rica)

3. Tulemar Bungalows & Villas (Costa Rica) : Tulemar is the premier resort developed in Manuel Antonio. Gated and secure, the 33 acre jungle resort is perched on the hillside overlooking the Pacific, but continues down all the way to our own beach. It includes the Tulemar Bungalows and our special and unique villas such as Villa Mot Mot, Casa Panorama, Casa de Frutas, Casa Las Nubes, Villa Kiskadee and the new Tulemar Bamboo Villas just for couples.

4. Quinta Jardins do Lago (Portugal)

4. Quinta Jardins do Lago (Portugal): This elegant small luxury botanical garden hotel in Madeira Island is Quinta Jardins do Lago. The hotel is delightfully situated on one of the green hills surrounding the city of Funchal and very close to its principal area of historical interest.

5. THE OMNIA (Switzerland)

5. THE OMNIA (Switzerland): THE OMNIA: All individual parts come together here high on the rock to form an atmospheric whole. The location, the architecture and the design are one component. Here you should feel at ease, you should quite simply be yourself. This is the place for unforgettable moments in calmth and harmony.

6. The Upper House (Hong Kong)

6. The Upper House (Hong Kong) : The Upper House is a highly individualized small luxury hotel designed by Hong Kong architect Andre Fu. The hotel’s 117 rooms including 21 suites and 2 penthouses feature wonderfully spacious bathrooms and dressing areas, and offer either scenic harbour or island views. Calming and contemporary, the rooms are designed to provide a sense of relaxation, warmth and understated luxury.

7. Valle D'incanto Midscale Hotel (Brazil)

7. Valle D'incanto Midscale Hotel (Brazil): Valle D'incanto is the ideal choice if you are looking for charm, romanticism and exclusivity in the Serra Gaúcha! it was awarded 3 times the “Best Hotel in Brazil”. Among its merits stand out the personalized and unparalleled service! Traces of local culture and Italian colonization have been incorporated into its tradition of serving well.

8. Grand Velas Los Cabos (Mexico)

8. Grand Velas Los Cabos (Mexico): Grand Velas Los Cabos is the perfect combination of world-class service and wondrous surroundings. Luxury 307 suites overlooking the Sea of Cortez; haute cuisine at 7 restaurants, 1 coffee shop, 5 bars and Aqua bar; fun takes a new meaning every season with recreational activities for the entire family; Kids’ Club and Teens’ Club!

9. Constance Prince Maurice (Mauritius)

9. Constance Prince Maurice (Mauritius): Experience the ultimate romantic hideaway, where stunning architectural design meets relaxed luxury. Step into this high functioning deluxe paradise, and choose from one of the 64 junior suites, 12 family suites, 12 villas or the sumptuous princely villa , families enjoy the beach-side villas and complimentary children's club 'Constance Kids Club', while golf fans can retreat to our 2, 18-hole championship golf courses.

10.  Raffles Dubai (UAE)

10. Raffles Dubai (UAE): A stunning landmark hotel in a distinctive pyramid shape merges Asian style with an Egyptian aesthetic. Ideally located in the city center with a shopping adventure lies around the corner as Raffles Dubai adjoins Wafi mall, one of Dubai's most exclusive shopping and leisure destinations.

1. Viroth’s Hotel (Cambodia)
2. Hanoi La Siesta Hotel and Spa (Vietnam)
3. Tulemar Bungalows & Villas (Costa Rica)
4. Quinta Jardins do Lago (Portugal)
5. THE OMNIA (Switzerland)
6. The Upper House (Hong Kong)
7. Valle D'incanto Midscale Hotel (Brazil)
8. Grand Velas Los Cabos (Mexico)
9. Constance Prince Maurice (Mauritius)
10.  Raffles Dubai (UAE)
1.Burj Khalifa, UAE

1.Burj Khalifa, UAE: The tallest skyscraper in the world, Dubai’s iconic Burj Khalifah‘s cost is estimated to be 1.5$ billion. The skyscraper is home to the first Armani Hotel and over 800 private apartments. It was renamed Burj Khalifa to honour UAE’s president; H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

2. Heathrow Terminal 2

2.Heathrow Terminal 2: It is known as The Queen's Terminal, which was inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II in 2014, replacing Heathrow's first passenger buildings. Its cost is estimated to be 2.3 billion GBP.

3. History Supreme Yacht

3.History Supreme Yacht: This luxurious vessel is reported to be the world's most expensive private yacht and was commissioned for Stuart Hughes of Liverpool, UK, from an anonymous Malaysian businessman. It took 3 years to complete this 100 ft yacht using 100,000 kilograms of solid gold and platinum, and its cost is estimated at $4.8 billion.

4. Large Hadron Collider

4.Large Hadron Collider: It is the world’s biggest and most powerful particle accelerator. The 27-km long collider was built deep underground, straddling the French and Swiss borders. Its primary aim was to recreate the conditions that existed immediately after the Big Bang. The collider was first started on September 10, 2008. Its estimated cost is $4.75 billion and came in number 9

5. Oakland Bay Bridge

5. Oakland Bay Bridge: The San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge is the world's longest self-anchored suspension bridge that carries approximately 2,60,000 vehicles a day on its two decks. It has been designed to withstand strong earthquakes foreseeable by the engineers over the next 1,500 years. Its cost is estimated at $6.5 billion.

6. Euro Tunnel

6.Euro Tunnel: this tunnel is a 50.45-kilometre rail tunnel linking Folkestone, Kent, in the UK with Coquelles, Pas-de-Calais, near Calais in northern France, beneath the English Channel at the Strait of Dover. Its cost is estimated at $60 billion.

7. London Crossrail

7.London Crossrail: Iit is the largest construction project in Europe and is aimed at connecting London between Heathrow airport and the county of Essex to speed up connections. The 118-kilometre railway line is believed to relieve pressure on London's crowded underground rail network. Its cost is estimated at $23 billion.

8. Hong Kong International Airport

8. Hong Kong International Airport: It operates flights to over 190 locations worldwide from more than 100 airlines. It is reported as one of the busiest in the world. The airport is located on the island of Chek Lap Kok, its estimated cost is $20 billion.

9. Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Station

9.Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Station: It started producing power from mid-2020, and it constructs a 3,200 MWe nuclear power station with two EPR reactors in Somerset, England. Estimated cost is 22.5 billion pounds.

10. Gorgon Liquified Natural Gas Plant

10. Gorgon Liquified Natural Gas Plant: The liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant is the largest single-resource development in Australia's history. The gas plant, built by Chevron, is located on Barrow Island off Australia’s northwest coast to process a huge off-shore gas field. It has a production capacity of 15 million tons per annum and a lifespan of up to 60 years. The company began production in March 2016. Its estimated cost is $54 billion.

11. The Great Mosque of Mecca

11. The Great Mosque of Mecca: With an estimated cost of $100 billion, the Great Mosque of Mecca or Mekkah is the largest mosque in the world, and surrounds Islam's holiest site, the Kaaba in Saudi Arabia. It covers 400,800 square metres.

12. International Space Station

12. International Space Station: International Space Station (ISS) is a habitable artificial satellite in low Earth orbit at about 240 miles (386 km) above the planet. The ISS's first component was launched into orbit in 1998, the last pressurised module was fitted on to the satellite in 2011, and the station is expected to be in use until 2028. Its cost is estimated to be $150 billion.

1.Burj Khalifa, UAE
2. Heathrow Terminal 2
3. History Supreme Yacht
4. Large Hadron Collider
5. Oakland Bay Bridge
6. Euro Tunnel
7. London Crossrail
8. Hong Kong International Airport
9. Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Station
10. Gorgon Liquified Natural Gas Plant
11. The Great Mosque of Mecca
12. International Space Station
1.Peter Lik, Phantom

1.Peter Lik, Phantom: This photo was taken in an area known as “Antelope Canyon” in Arizona, USA, by Peter Lake. It was auctioned in 2014 for a price of $65 million, and it is ranked as the most expensive picture ever sold! The buyer was listed as "private and anonymous," which means that this sale cannot be verified.

2. Andreas Gursky, Rhein II

2. Andreas Gursky, Rhein II: This photograph was taken at the Lower Rhine, by Andreas Gursky and it is considered a chromogenic color image. It shows the flow of the Rhine River, with green fields appearing on both sides, and the sky added a shade of gray tone to the image. This is the second of Gursky's six photographs of the Rhine. It was sold for $4.33 million in 2011.

3. Cindy Sherman, Untitled

3. Cindy Sherman, Untitled: It is a portrait photograph taken in 1981, in which the image of the young woman, Cindy Sherman, dressed in "retro" clothes, lies on the ground. The image is dominated by the orange color derived from the dark and light orange colors of her clothes, which gives the image a certain tone. The photograph was sold With $ 3.89 million in 2011.

4. Gilbert & George, To Her Majesty

4. Gilbert & George, To Her Majesty: This is a silver gelatinous image, which was sold in 2008 for $3.76 million, and is a collection of artworks by artists Gilbert Bruch and George Basmoor from Britain, known collectively as Gilbert and George.

5. Jeff Wall, Dead Troops Talk

5. Jeff Wall, Dead Troops Talk: Taken by photographer Jeff Wall in 1992, Dead Troops Talk is a transparent image displayed in a lightbox, representing models being photographed in a studio and placed digitally on outdoor views.This photo sold in 2012 for $3.66 million .

6. Andreas Gursky, 99 Cent II Diptychon

6. Andreas Gursky, 99 Cent II Diptychon: This is a very large image spanning more than 11 feet and designed as a diptych. The main scene in the image represents the 99Cent store in Los Angeles, where photographer Gorsky used the semi-symmetrical font and the color packaging on shelves to create a high contrast image. The image was sold in London in 2007 for $3.34 million.

7. Andreas Gursky, Chicago Board of Trade

7. Andreas Gursky, Chicago Board of Trade: It is another image by photographer Andreas Gursky, and it is a color image showing the Chicago Board of Trade, in Illinois, United States of America, in 1999. The photo was taken from above, showing brokers moving quickly while wearing their brightly colored jackets, Gorsky also used digital editing of image exposure layers to create a "blurry" scene of motion seen around moderators. The image was sold in 2013 for $3.29 million.

8. Richard Prince, Untitled (Cowboy)

8. Richard Prince, Untitled (Cowboy): This photograph that was sold in 2005 for $3.077 million at an auction is a photograph of an ad, or what Richard Prince invented: the rephotography! Prince took pictures of the “Marlboro Man”ads and cropped out the copy, leaving only the iconic cowboy and his surroundings. It is worth mentioning that back in 2005, this photograph’s price was the highest publicly recorded price for the sale of a contemporary ­photograph. Prince was sued by a photographer for using copyrighted images, but the courts ruled largely in Prince’s favor. That wasn’t his only victory. Prince’s rephotography helped to create a new art form—photography of photography—that foreshadowed the era of digital sharing and upended our understanding of a photo’s authenticity and ownership.

1.Peter Lik, Phantom
2. Andreas Gursky, Rhein II
3. Cindy Sherman, Untitled
4. Gilbert & George, To Her Majesty
5. Jeff Wall, Dead Troops Talk
6. Andreas Gursky, 99 Cent II Diptychon
7. Andreas Gursky, Chicago Board of Trade
8. Richard Prince, Untitled (Cowboy)
1. First Siemens Mobile phone:

1. First Siemens Mobile phone: First Siemens mobile phone was launched in 1985 and was called Siemens Mibiltelefon C1.

2. First Barbie Doll:

2. First Barbie Doll: Launched in 1959 by American businesswoman Ruth Handler who was inspired by a German doll called (Bild Lilli).

3. Apple First Laptop

3. Apple First Laptop: One of the things Apple is known for is its sleek laptops. Apparently this was not the case years ago! Believe it or nothing, this is how their first laptop looked like! Made by Steve Jobs and his friend Steve Woznika in 1976 using one electric circuit.

4. First Canon Camera

4. First Canon Camera: It was released in 1934 as Kwanon. The name was inspired by the name of God of Mercy in the Buddhist religion “Kwannon”, hoping their dream comes true in making their company a pioneer in the camera industry at that time.

5. Bosch First fridge

5. Bosch First fridge: Produced in 1933, this is how Bosch first fridge looked like. If you're trying to find it, it's that circular cabinet on the right.

6. First Ford car:

6. First Ford car: This is how Ford first car looked like; produced in 1903 by Henry Ford and sold in the same year.

7. First Samsung TV

7. First Samsung TV: First Samsung TV was produced in 1970 in black and white and was 12 inch in size.

8. First version of Microsoft Windows:

8. First version of Microsoft Windows: This is how Microsoft Windows looked like in its first version “Window 1:0" in 1985.

9. First IKEA Catalogue

9. First IKEA Catalogue: IKEA published its first catalogue in 1951 and this is how it looked like.

10. First Lego Toy:

10. First Lego Toy: Produced in 1953, the first lego toy was a wooden duck.

1. First Siemens Mobile phone:
2. First Barbie Doll:
3. Apple First Laptop
4. First Canon Camera
5. Bosch First fridge
6. First Ford car:
7. First Samsung TV
8. First version of Microsoft Windows:
9. First IKEA Catalogue
10. First Lego Toy:

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