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    Lunch Buffet in Tokyo Japan | 30-day Japan Trip Travel Vlog #8
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    Lunch Buffet in Tokyo Japan | 30-day Japan Trip Travel Vlog #8

    January 20, 2020

    In this video, We will enjoy eating lunch buffet
    at a restaurant in Odaiba and tour Aqua City Mall also in Odaiba Before heading out, we ate at Akarie It’s a restaurant in our hotel
    that serves lunch buffet Tokyo citizens dress so formally, don’t you think? They are always in business attire Their attitude is very professional as well Christian: “Can we get hot water? Hot…” Waitress: “Hot water is over there” Waitress: “So, this is poke, tomato and chicken,
    cream pasta, green curry” Christian: “What is this one?” Janelle: “これは何ですか。”
    “What is this?” Waitress: “ポケ魚”
    ”Fish” Janelle: “Fish” Waitress: “Pasta, Chicken, Pork, Beef, Omelette” Janelle: “Thank you! 🙂 Japanese are so nice The waitress translated the whole menu for us Look at the bar,
    it’s so colorful and healthy! We had to choose one main dish
    to enjoy the rest of the buffet We had some salad, soup, drinks and dessert This is the life 😌😋 Christian: “Let’s just eat here lunch?” “And eat enough so we don’t eat dinner anymore” Janelle: “No…. 😂” “I’ll still get really hungry. You know it 😂” Christian: “No!” Here’s our super yummy main dish How’s the food, Christian? Here’s a quick look around the restaurant I went back a couple of times
    to the buffet because, why not? 😛 OMG, what can I do to eat these again? We really enjoyed eating here I made a video about
    this restaurant in a previous video if you want to see more about
    this hotel and restaurant, click the card here A few moments later Later that day, we roamed around
    Aqua City Mall in Odaiba With Japan’s high labor costs, they can’t hire a receptionist So a robot is here at the reception Janelle: “Oh my god so scary! 😂” Robot: “I’m a late riser who doesn’t wake up until 9:00” “I go to bed around midnight” “I really love to sleep” “Oh my god, it’s looking at me 😂” She tilts her head to look around
    and blinks her eyes often imitating natural human gestures There’s a huge 100 yen shop in this mall
    and I roamed the whole thing It’s a popular store called Daiso A hundred yen is
    around one US dollar or fifty Philippine peso They sell a variety of items such as snacks, stationery, utensils, cutlery,
    plates, storage bins and many more Here are a few things I found here I will upload the whole shop tour in the next video You can subscribe to my channel if you want to see it Wait a minute, why are we suddenly in New York? Just kidding! We’re still here in Tokyo! and what you’re seeing is a replica of
    New York’s Statue of Liberty It’s the highlight of Aqua City mall. There’s a viewing deck in front of it
    if you want to get a photo We ate fries from this Hawaiian restaurant
    in the mall right in front of Lady Liberty The name of the restaurant is Kua`Aina Here’s how ther restaurant looks it’s pretty cozy and chill Why don’t we go and have a walk around Many Chinese tourists are here too as you can hear
    from the conversations in the background They came in buses and it got super crowded right away We took the train to get back to our hotel That’s pretty much our day By the way, if you want to see the
    locations I’ve mentioned in this video Check out the Google Maps links
    in the description below That’s it for this video!
    I hope you guys enjoyed it! Here are a few clips from the next video If you want to see the next videos of this trip Click the red button to subscribe Let me know if you enjoyed this video
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    that you want to ask from me? Let’s chat about it in the comment section! Thank you guys for watching!
    See you in the next video!

    SON DİSS (Official Music Diss Track) – Enes Batur
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    SON DİSS (Official Music Diss Track) – Enes Batur

    January 18, 2020

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    LAST DISS Thank You Kaya Giray

    Top 10 Reasons to Visit Warsaw | MojoTravels
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    Top 10 Reasons to Visit Warsaw | MojoTravels

    January 15, 2020

    This is a must-see European city full of history art and culture. Welcome to MojoTravels, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 reasons to visit Warsaw are you a fan of our videos be sure to subscribe to mojo travels and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos for this list we’re taking a look at some of the most amazing destinations to explore in Poland’s capital number 10 the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier what better way to experience World War 2 history than to visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier located in Pilsudski Square this monument commemorates the loss and suffering caused through the various wars that occurred during Poland’s history Poland was ground zero for many European battles and this memorial honors the lost lives of vast numbers of soldiers who fought for Poland’s freedom contained within this tomb are the ashes of a soldier from the battlefield of l’viv and an urn of soil from every battlefield where polish troops have fought since World War one number nine the Royal Castle Europe has its fair share of great castles rich in history and Warsaw is emic cholesky is no exception this magnificent castle was built in the 15th century and was the home of the Polish monarchy unfortunately the castle was looted and destroyed during the Nazi occupation of world war ii but was reconstructed during the 1970s with international assistance it now serves as a historical and national museum and is a protected unesco world heritage site welcoming thousands of visitors each year this castle is definitely one of Warsaw’s most recognizable and must-see landmarks number 8 Copernicus Science Center warsaw isn’t only rich in history it’s also rich in science the Copernicus Science Center is an interactive Science Museum that boasts over 400 exhibits where visitors do awesome experiments to explore the laws of science with such exhibits as an earthquake simulator a magic carpet and science shows there’s something exciting for everyone to enjoy one of the museum’s special features is a multimedia planetarium complete with an observation deck visitors can even enjoy a theatrical show performed entirely by futuristic humanoid robots a definite must-see for cure mine’s number seven market square well in Warsaw popover dodi next a go me hasta the heart of the city for centuries to enjoy dining at a fine restaurant sitting at a patio savoring one of Poland’s world-famous beers or to simply meander around the square taking in some of Warsaw’s best street performers one of the oldest and most beautiful places in the city this exquisite area in the old town more on this area coming up is always worth an extended visit while there be sure to check out the mermaid of Warsaw also named the Siddhanta a statue cast made in 1855 that sits in the center of the square and is the venerated symbolic protector of the city number six the Warsaw Uprising monument located on the southern side of question ski square this bronze statue is a memorial to one of the most devastating events in Poland’s history again back in World War two when the Polish underground resistance tried to drive the Germans out of Warsaw but were ultimately unsuccessful the monument depicts insurgents actively engaged in combat as well as soldiers and civilians descending into a manhole a reference to the over 5000 resistance fighters evacuated throughout the sewer system to escape the Germans this is one of Warsaw’s most important monuments and a must-see for those wanting to know more about the city’s history number five villeneuve palace built in the 17th century banana palace is one of Poland’s most beautiful baroque attractions visitors can wander the grounds and enjoy sculptures and fountains that fill the two-level garden that frames the palace on the main floor of the palace visitors can see the various rooms where royalty would hold parties listen to music or simply rested on the first floor visitors can wander the gallery of the polish portrait full of artistic depictions of Polish monarchs magnate families influential artists and important figures in Poland’s uprisings or you know pretend you’re a Disney princess number four the Royal route the Royal route is a series of streets that connect several important historical and cultural landmarks from Zemke V Platz to Trek shows a square this route guides visitors to see many of the amazing landmarks Warsaw has to offer the route passes Saint Anne’s Church one of the city’s oldest buildings with a great view from the church tower during further down the route tourists can see the presidential palace one of the few buildings to survive the Warsaw Uprising and the current home of the President of Poland the Royal route ends at nobbies Fiat Street a popular pedestrian only thoroughfare with plenty of luxurious shops restaurants and cafes to enjoy in the center of the city number three the Palace of Culture and science one of Warsaw’s most recognizable buildings can be seen from just about anywhere in the city completed in the Soviet era in 1955 this landmark stands at a whopping 778 feet making it Poland’s tallest building inside this enormous building visitors can find a variety of entertainment including museums book shops and a 3,000 person auditorium the 30th floor also boasts a large Terrace where tourists can get a wonderful panoramic view of the city in the summer the palace hosts a variety of concerts and theater performances while in the winter visitors can enjoy skating on the free ice rink no matter what time of year there’s always something fun to do with this cultural hub number 2 royal baths park what used to be a wild forest is now one of the most beautiful parks in europe stretching over 70 hectares of the city centre Lozinski park was designed with a bathing pavilion for noblemen in modern history of course it is transformed into a world-class urban park destination including such stunning buildings as the palace on the Isle the old Orangery museum and a classical amphitheater the park is a major venue for the Arts in summer visitors can enjoy free classical piano concerts next to the monument of famed polish composer Frederic Chopin a tradition for the last 50 years also peacocks number one old town even beyond the Market Square this oldest part of Warsaw is a feast for the eyes and is the city’s most popular tourist destination located along the banks of the Vistula River this quaint history Laden area contains a variety of medieval architecture such as the Barbican and the city’s fortress walls severely damaged during the invasion of Poland and the Warsaw Uprising during world war ii the old town was meticulously rebuilt using as much brick and stone work as possible from the original structures this hard work was later recognized in 1980 when you codeine debt quote an outstanding example of a near total reconstruction of a span of history covering the 13th to the 20th century it is simply not to be missed do you agree with our picks check out this other recent clip 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    Top 10 Scary Unsolved Mysteries Caught On Camera
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    Top 10 Scary Unsolved Mysteries Caught On Camera

    January 14, 2020

    Starting us off with number 10 is The Battery
    Man. Slavisa Pajkic (pie-kich) aka Biba Struja
    aka electric biba is a man who since the age of 17 has apparently had electricity coursing
    through his body at all times. He can literally fry a hot dog with his bare
    hands, he claims hes an insulator, accumulator, conductor and heater all in one. Using two metal pins, he can make a lightbulb
    light up even though if any normal person touched 220 volts they would die. But its not even a thing for him. He even makes an eletric circuit with him
    and a bunch of students holding hands and he helps people with their sinus and back
    problems, their migraines, like look at what his touch does to people (
    1:41-1:51) and if that doesnt convince you, he became a guinness world record holder back
    in 1981 when he touched a few thousand volts. He also heated water to 97C in the record
    time of 1 minute and 37 seconds. And no one knows how he has this power, how
    the electricity entered him and never left, how he controls it or how he hasnt died from
    it yet. J: In at number 9, the Paulding Light. A small light that appears in a valley outside
    of Paulding, Michigan, this has been a mystery that has been puzzling investigators since
    the 1960’s. Some believe it’s a ghost, while others
    claim it could be some sort of geological activity or even natural gases. The light appears in the same spot almost
    every night, and of course there are tons of myths and legends surrounding the light. Some claim it’s the light of a railroad
    brakeman, who was killed while trying to stop an oncoming train from colliding with a car
    stuck on the tracks. Other’s claim it’s a grandparent looking
    for a lost grandchild using a lantern that needs constant relighting, which is why the
    light seems to come and go. In 2010, the Paulding light was featured on
    the show Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files, who couldn’t come up with a reasonable explanation
    for the random light. A: At number 8 we have The Disappearance of
    Frederick Valentich (valen-tich). On the 21st of October 1978 australian pilot
    Frederick Valentich was doing a 125 nautical mile training flight. The 20 year old had no idea that would be
    the last flight of his career. Known as a flying saucer enthusiast Frederick
    radioed Melbourne air traffic control saying this, (insert audio
    0:05-0:15) if its unclear hes asking if theres ‘any known traffic below 5000 feet?’ they
    respond saying no known traffic. He then claimed there was an unidentified
    aircraft that was following him at 4,500 feet which clearly wasnt a plane. It was illuminated by 4 bright landing lights
    and seemed to be moving at quite a fast speed. He then reported that it seemed to be approaching
    him from the east and that maybe the pilot was pranking him. The craft started orbiting above him and thats
    when Frederick started experiencing engine problems. Have a listen to the last few things he said
    in his transmission before contact was lost, (insert clip
    (0:38-0:42) and then (1:16-1:20)). Search parties were sent out and covered 1000
    square miles around the perimeter yet he was never found. J: At lucky number 7, Dale Kerstetter. This mystery is exactly that, because no one
    knows the answers. September 12th, 1987 Kerstetter started his
    weekend shift as a security guard at the Corning Glassworks plant in Bradford, Pennsylvania. When another security guard arrived the next
    morning to relieve Kerstetter of his shift, Dale was nowhere to be found. $250,000 of platinum pipe was also missing. However, Kerstetter’s truck was still in
    the parking lot, and after the police were called to investigate, they were stumped. The keys to the truck were still in the ignition. Kerstetter, a heavy smoke, left behind a full
    carton of cigarettes, the only thing missing was his 22 caliber pistol. What’s even more interesting is Dale’s
    lunch box was full, and upon reviewing security camera footage, about 10 minutes into Kerstetters’
    shift, a masked man is seen approaching the back of the plant. Kerstetter is seen walking up to him, and
    then he looked directly at the camera. The two men were never seen again. To this day, some believe Kerstetter was a
    part of a heist, while others think he was coerced into this crime. Kerstetter had six kids and two grandchildren
    at the time of his disappearance. No one has seen or heard from him since that
    night, and many are still wondering what really happened to Dale Kerstetter. Now at number 6 is the Sand Geyser. So everyone knows about water geysers, theyre
    out here going to iceland and chilling in those hot geyser baths and what not, its nothing
    new. But back in 2008, in the eastern city of Al
    Ahsae (al-asa) in Saudi Arabia, a sand geyser just appeared out of nowhere. The sand was coming out and reached 9 meters
    in vertical length but no one was able to explain how the phenomenon was happening. Several Armaco geological teams went to the
    site to get to the bottom of it but they simply couldnt. Some claim it couldve been cus of an earthquake
    tremor since some sand volcanoes form during large earthquakes but 11 years later theyre
    still clueless about the real origins. J: Halfway through our list at 5, the Cowboy
    Bandit. This one is insane because this guy somehow
    has been eluding the police for over 30 years ! It started back in 1987, on September 19th,
    when a man entered a bank in Spokane, Washington, and robbed them of $100,000. The man who robbed the bank was described
    as wearing glasses, a cowboy hat and cowboy boots. When he pulled a gun on the teller asking
    to be taken to the vault, he also revealed a police scanner, making it clear he’ll
    know if anyone calls for the police. After completing his first robbery, the Cowboy
    Bandit would go on to rob about a dozen banks total, even being captured on camera at some
    of them. Although it took a while to finally get the
    bandit on camera, while he was robbing a bank, one of the tellers set off a bill trap, which
    is located under some of the bills the tellers were handing over to the Bandit. This not only notified the police, but also
    activated the banks cameras. Still, even though he was caught on camera,
    to this day, law enforcement hasn’t been able to find the Cowboy Bandit. At number 4 is The Max Headroom Interruption. I feel like many people have seen this signal
    interruption that happened back in November of 1987. The signal intrusion happened at about 9pm during
    the sportscast news on WGN-TV and lasted about 28 seconds. The second intrusion happened during Doctor
    Who and that lasted 90 seconds. Its been 30 years now and the hijackers behind
    the interruption are still unknown and honestly the whole thing was creepy as hell. The person in the video is wearing a Max Headroom
    mask and sunglasses with this buzzing sound in the background. In the first one, hes just swaying from side
    to side bobbing his head up and down in front of this metallic striped background. In the second one the person actually talks
    saying hes a freakin nerd, heheing away, he starts humming and singing a song, and seems
    like hes on some kind of high level of drugs. He goes on to say i just made a giant masterpiece
    for all the greatest world newspaper nerds. And hes not wrong. J: In at 3, Leah Rowlands. At around 10:30 am on March 10th, 1997, Leah
    Rowlands was working as the manager of a gas station in Nebraska. The mother of two had just gotten promoted
    the day before, and didn’t think twice when a red Pontiac Grand AM pulled in to get some
    gas. The man in the red car walked into the gas
    station without shoes on, and sweatpants rolled up to his knees. He waited for a mother and her daughter to
    leave the store, and then approached the counter. Leah was instructed to hand over the money
    in the cash register, which she did, a total of $150 dollars. She was then told to lay on the ground. Complying with everything this robber said,
    Leah wasn’t expecting him to shoot her three times, twice in the arm, and once in the head,
    killing her instantly. The suspect then took off with the money,
    some soda, a pack of cigarettes, a lighter, and the gas he filled his car up with. Although there was surveillance footage of
    the entire crime, to this day, Leah’s killer has never been found. Now at number 2 is The Hampton Court Palace
    Ghost. This grand estate was the home of Henry the
    8th and all his 6 wives and all their kids. I feel like i learned about this guy in history
    at primary school more than i learned about anyone. It was a tie between him and both world wars. So the staff at the palace heard the alarm
    go off which meant the fire doors were open but when they rushed to check there was nothing
    there. But in the footage you can see the doors opening
    even though no ones physically opening them. And then a man appears out of nowhere in medieval
    clothes and leaves through the doors. No one saw any person come in and out of the
    doors yet the footage showed otherwise and it looks like a skinnier version of Henry
    the 8th tbh. Maybe the afterlife made him skinnier. J: Taking the top spot on our list, at number
    1, Bigfoot. Now you most likely already know the story
    here but for those that don’t, well, it’s quite an interesting one. Bob Gimlin and Roger Patterson filmed what
    some say is a real life bigfoot, and others claim to be a hoax, way back in 1967. The story goes, the two men were searching
    for bigfoot. Patterson claimed to have seen large footsteps
    earlier in the week, and convinced Gimlin to go on a journey with him. When the two returned to the area Patterson
    had originally found the prints, they were washed away due to rain. Still, the two men trekked deep into the woods
    on horseback. Then out of nowhere, Patterson’s horse started
    jumping around. And then they saw it. Bigfoot, on the other side of the creek. Patterson reached for his camera and started
    to record, but as he got closer, tripped on some sticks. The noise got the attention of Bigfoot, who
    made eye contact with the men and then kept walking away, deeper into the woods, as you
    can see on the footage. To this day there’s still a debate about
    whether or not the footage is real, and Gimlin doesn’t seem to care to make people believe
    him. He knows what he saw.

    Top 10 Largest Metro in India | Pakistani Reaction
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    Top 10 Largest Metro in India | Pakistani Reaction

    January 3, 2020

    Love is such a prison Love is such a prison Life ends, punishment does not end You will understand Friends we welcome back to you on our channel We had create a poll Here’s what we should watch next video We asked our viewers What should be the next video? We have received 640 votes till now When i’ll edit this video votes may be increased You can watch on your screen Indian trains gain 70% votes Indian Buses gain 4% Indian planes 6% and Indian cars 20% Total 640 votes till now, thanks for voting Mostly peoples said about Indian trains for next video Today we are going to watch Indian top 10 metros Let’s watch top 10 Indian metros Stay with us and watch video with us till end Pakistani viewers stay with us Indian viewers will watch definitely with us and other countries viewers too Pakistani peoples should know how India is progressing What type of trains are available in India I have seen top 13 biggest metro rails of India You can find that’s video link in description We got permission to watch “TOP VIDEOS” youtube channel contents We can make reactions on TOP VIDEOS channel This channel make excellent video so support them Let’s watch today’s video No. 10 metro is Gurugram, I have watch this city This is excellent city This train length is 11.7 KM and serves 11 stations This is excellent metro train Gurugram city is also very excellent I have seen before, you can find on our channel This is Nagpur This was started in 2019 It’s length is 13.5 KM and serves 11 stations Which is on No. 8? It’s Lucknow metro, started in 2017 This was started in 2017 This metro is also excellent Lucknow is also a famous city in India Maybe next video we’ll watch about Lucknow, voting process started 22.87 KM length and serves 22 stations please vote for the next video


    Top 10 Lost F1 Circuits – Abandoned Formula One Tracks – Improved Edition

    December 27, 2019

    in this Circuits of the past video
    you’ll see Herman’s top ten of lost Formula One circuits. The Nivelles circuit
    opened in 1971 as a safer alternative to Spa-Francorchamps. Nvelles hosted the
    Formula One Belgian Grand Prix twice, in 1972 and 1974. Both races were won by
    Emerson Fittipaldi. Because the circuit was only 2.3 miles long, with huge runoff
    areas, it wasn’t very popular with the drivers. However, there was a very
    challenging section called the Big Loop! Actually the track was never really
    finished. The design foresaw a longer track. But the owners could not bring up
    enough money to actually buy the land necessary to build it. They decided to
    build a short version first and then expand it later.
    That was a huge miscalculation! Once the circuit was there, the landowners wanted
    more money. So Nvelles was never completed. The circuit came into
    financial trouble and closed its doors in 1981. But that wasn’t the end of its
    story. After the closure it was used for illegal racing. In the spring of 1998, Herman
    visited the abandoned Nivelles circuit for the first time. He was just in time
    before the demolition started. The fate of Nivelles inspired him in 2003 to start
    a website about lost circuits. The name… Circuits of the past! Today the old Nivelles circuit is a
    Business Park. The public road follows parts of the old circuit layout, like the
    Big Loop. And in the woods there’s still part of an old abandoned track. But it’s
    only a matter of time until that part is also converted into a business park too.
    The AVUS in Berlin is without doubt one of the most curious racetracks of the
    past. In fact it was an experimental multiple lane highway which could also
    be used as a racetrack. The AVUS opened in 1921 and was one of the fastest
    circuits in the world. It had two very long straights, connected with an
    artificial loop on both sides. The original AVUS was 12.1 six miles
    long. A reconstruction came in 1936, when a new road was planned to the exposition
    site next to the AVUS. The Nordkurve, German for North Corner, should make
    place for this new road. But compensation a new high banked Nordkurve would be
    built as well. Actually a similar corner was planned to replace a South Loop. The
    works were already in place when WWII broke out. So today you can still
    see the remains of the unfinished South Corner. In 1954 there was a Formula One
    race at the AVUS, which didn’t count towards the championship. However, for political
    reasons in 1959 – two years before the Berlin Wall was built – the German Grand
    Prix was held at the AVUS, to give people from the Russian occupation zone the
    opportunity to visit the Grand Prix. The 1959 German Grand Prix was also the only
    Formula One race ever to have been driven over two heats. For safety reasons
    the high bank Nordkurve, nicknamed the Wall of Death, was demolished and
    replaced by a flat corner in 1967. Through the years the layout was shortened and
    chicanes were built. But the AVUS was still a dangerous track. In the 90s the
    AVUS was used for the Formula Three and touring car races. During a touring car
    race in 1995, British driver Kieth O’dor died after a crash in the
    North Corner. The AVUS received increasing criticism over time. When a
    new racetrack was built not far from Berlin, the Avis closed in the 1998 season. In
    1999 there is one final right to say goodbye to one of the most peculiar
    circuits of the past. The Reims-Gueux circuit was operational from between the
    years of 1926 and 1972. It was most famous for holding the French Grand Prix,
    which it held 12 times between the years of 1950 and 1966. But alongside Formula
    One races they also hosted the annual 12 Hours of Reims. Originally the Reims-Gueux
    circuit ran through the village of Gueux. in 1952 however, a new connection was built to shortcut the passage through Gueux. A year later this section was extended
    which made the Reims-Gueux circuit one of the fastest circuits in the Formula
    One calendar. After the 1953 Grand Prix they also increased the radius of the
    Muizon Corner and the Thillois Corner, to make the circuit even faster. After the
    last French Grand Prix in 1966, the Reims-Gueux circuit was used just for
    national races and the 12 Hours of Reims. But the track soon became outdated and
    it was closed in June 1972. The day after the last race they started to demolish
    the pits. However, shortly after the start of the
    demolition a new mayor ordered it to be stopped immediately! But sadly the
    first pit boxes had already been demolished. After many years of being
    abandoned, new plans were made to demolish the rest of the buildings and
    build new houses on the site instead. Fortunately the foundation “Les Amis du Circuit de Gueux”
    was founded, to save the remains of the old Reims-Gueux
    circuit. They got permission to restore the buildings and guarantee that nothing
    else would be demolished again. Every time Herman visits the Reims-Gueux
    circuit he can see the improvement in the restoration. The foundation does a
    good job in preserving this piece of motorsport history! The Rouen-les-Essarts circuit was a street
    circuit, with a permanent pit building and grandstands, in the Northern France
    region of Normandi. The shape and the layout of the circuit was actually quite
    similar to that of Spa-Francorchamps. The original version of the circuit was
    3.169 miles long and started with a breathtaking descent. The official name
    of this section was Six Freres. But some drivers gave it the nickname
    Chickens Lifts. The brave drivers will take the whole section flat out, while
    the chicken’s lifts the throttle. During the years the layout would change.
    First because of construction of a new highway, later because of safety reasons.
    In 1973 the Six Freres became an improvised chicane. A year later it was a
    permanent chicane, to lower the speed for Chickens Lift. In the last version of
    improvements, a permanent section was then also placed. The Rouen Circuit
    hosted the French Grand Prix in 1952 57 60 to 64 and 1968. After it lost the
    French Grand Prix, circuit Rouen-les-Essarts was used formula Two races up until
    1978. After 1978 the major event to go there was the annual round for the
    French Formula three championship. At the end of the 1993 season however, the
    street circuit was found to be too dangerous for all series and so was no
    longer used. Since then the buildings have been demolished. But some versions
    of the track are still drivable. Most of the permanent section though is
    long gone! The Montjuich street circuit was located
    in Montjuich Park in Barcelona. With its mix of challenging corners, elevations,
    architecture and natural beauty, it was one of the best street circuits ever
    made! The 2.36 mile-long circuit hosted the Formula One Spanish Grand Prix four
    times, between 1969 and 1975. The other years the Grand Prix alternated between
    itself and Jarama. But during the 1975 Grand Prix, German driver
    Rolf Stommelen crashed heavily after his rear wing of his car broke Stommelen
    survived the crash but three marshals and a reporter were killed. That crash
    meant the end of Formula One racing at Montjuich Park. Until 1986 it was still
    in use though for motorcycle racing. But in the end it was found too dangerous
    for racing at all, so after the 1986 motorcycle racing was completed the
    street circuit was never used for racing again. Today the street circuit is still
    there but as a public road instead. So if you want you can enjoy a lap at low
    speed and enjoy the beautiful scenery around you. Talking about the old Monza circuit,
    we actually mean the combination of the current road circuit
    and the old high banked oval. When the Monza circuit opened in 1922, it
    was a combined road circuit and a high banked oval, which could be used together
    or separately. The length of the combined circuit was exactly ten kilometers, which
    is 6.2 Miles. During a huge reconstruction of the track in 1938,
    the original banking was demolished. However, in the 1950s Monza wanted to return to its
    original concept of a combination of a road circuit and a high banked oval. Once
    again in 1955 the new Monza layout opened with its new oval on almost
    exactly the same site as the original. To give the circuit its exact length of 10
    kilometers once again, they introduced the famous Parabolica Corner. The full
    circuit was used three times for the Formula One Italian Grand Prix. In 1956
    in 60 and 1961. The full version with the banking was also used for the 1966
    Formula One movie Grand Prix. After Formula One abandoned the banking, it was
    also found too dangerous for other series. It was used for the last time in
    1969 during the 1000 Kilometers of Monza.
    Since then the old oval was left abandoned. When the Monza circuit needed
    to improve safety in the 90s, they needed to chop down some trees. So they came up
    with the plan to demolish the disused banking and then use the space to replant
    trees again. Just like they would do with the old 2002 Hockenheim revamp. But after
    the massive protests, among others by Formula One drivers themselves, they
    decided to cancel the plan. Since 1978 though the old Monza Oval is used
    once a year by the Monza Rally. But only the lower part of the banking can
    be used. The rest of the year it is just simply a memory to the past, which can be
    explored utterly illegally. The first time the old Spa-Francorchamps circuit was in use was in 1922. The 8.7 mile long
    circuit through the Belgian Ardennes was very fast. And that’s exactly what the
    circuit bosses intended. In 1939 the section with the l’Ancienne Douane hairpin was
    cut off by a new artificial corner to make the circuit even faster. Because the
    new corner was very steep they called it the Raidillon. Today most people incorrectly
    call this Eau Rouge! Insert your mean here. In 1947 an artificial corner was
    introduced to replace the slow Stavelot Corner. The new Stavelot Corner was much
    faster including banking. But the one most feared corner old Spa-Francorchamps
    was the Masta Kink. An almost flat out combination of two kinks at the end of
    the long Masta Straight. The old Spa-Francorchamps circuit hosted the
    formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix eighteen times, between the period of 1950 to 1970.
    But as people started to think more about safety, the fast street circuit
    became increasingly criticized. After the 1970 Grand Prix, Formula One shunt the
    old Spa-Francorchamps circuit and moved to Nivelles and Zolder. In 1979 however, the
    new Spa-Francorchamps circuit opened. It contained a part of the old circuit, but
    with a new section. Too unlike many other reconstructed circuits though, the new
    layout was still fast and challenging. Today you can drive most of the old
    track yourself because it’s a public road. However, in 2000 the current track
    became a permanent race circuit. So the more common parts where the old and new
    combined is no longer open to traffic. The Österreichring was one of the
    finest permanent circuits of its time. With its fast corners and huge elevation
    changes, it was often compared with Spa-Francorchamps. It opened in 1969 and was an
    alternative for a bumpy circuit on an airfield near Zeltweg, in Austria. The
    Österreichring is located near the village of Spielberg, not too far from
    Zeltweg itself. The 3.7 mile circuit hosted the Austrian Grand Prix from 1970
    to 1987. As usual, beautiful circuits are also dangerous. When in 1975 Mark Donohue
    died, the fast first corner was changed for the 1976 Grand Prix. A year later it
    was changed into a chicane. However, after the 1987 Austrian Grand Prix, the
    Österreichring was removed from the F1 calendar. In 1996 a new version of the
    track opened under the name A1-Ring. But the natural flow of the circuit was
    destroyed with this new layout. It was a stop and go track now. Today we know the
    circuit is the Red Bull Ring, after it was bought by Red Bull owner Dietrich
    Mateschitz. However, a part of the old Österreichring is still there. There’s
    even plans to reconnect this part. But it will be a tough battle to get permission
    to reuse the old Western Loop, because of the noise complaints from local
    residents. So for now, this section is left abandoned. The Clermont-Ferrand
    circuit was a street circuit around an extinct volcano in the Puy-de-Dôme
    region of France. The 5 mile long circuit opened in 1958 and contained a
    challenging mix of different corners and elevations. For that reason it was
    nicknamed the French Nürburgring. The old Clermont-Ferrand circuit hosted the
    Formula One French Grand Prix in 1965 1969 1970 and 1972. Because the old
    Clermont-Ferrand circuit was found too dangerous it lost the French Grand Prix
    and other international races. Until 1988 it was used just for national races. Than
    the street circuit closed for motorsport. However, the general counsel of Puy-de-Dôme
    recognised the interest of a circuit to the local economy. With their
    financial support a new 2.4 7 mile circuit was built. Just like Spa-Francorchamps
    they used a part of the old circuit and built a new connection. The new circuit
    opened in 1989 and was now a permanent racetrack, known under the name
    Circuit de Charade. Most of the old circuit is still there as a public road.
    And there is a small abandoned section between the public road and the current
    Charade circuit. The Hockenheim circuit opened in 1932 as
    a triangular street circuit. Despite to what many sources claim, Hockenheim was
    absolutely NOT built as a test track for Mercedes! It was actually an initiative
    of assistant timekeeper and local motorsport fan Ernst Christ. The first
    version of the track was a fast triangle. In 1938 the famous Ostkurve, German
    for East Corner, was built as part of the new permanent section. In the 1960s
    though, a new highway was planned and it would cut through the section through the
    village of Hockenheim ,and remove it from the track. So to keep the track
    operational a reconstruction was necessary. In 1966 a new stadium section
    named Motodrom replaced the run through Hockenheim. Now
    the Hockenheimring was a full permanent racetrack. They also changed
    the driving direction from anti-clockwise to clockwise. It was a sad
    day however on April the 7th of 1968, when two-time Formula One world champion
    Jim Clark lost his life during a Formula 2 race here at Hockenheim.
    After this tragedy, chicanes were built into the fast sections through the woods.
    One of those chicanes would end up being close to the site of the accident,
    and in 1994 it was named after Jim Clark. Because of safety issues of the old
    Nürburgring, the Formula One German Grand Prix moved to Hockenheim for the first
    time in 1970. After a short return to the Nürburgring, the German Grand Prix came
    back in 1977 to stay at Hockenheim and settle there for a long time. With
    the popularity of Michael Schumacher and the opening of the Lausitzring, the circuit
    bosses feared the loss of the Grand Prix. So a plan was made to modernize the
    track. Nope, it wasn’t Ecclestone or the FIA who required the reconstruction of
    Hockenheim. The initiative came from the owners themselves! A new circuit designed
    by Hermann Tilke was then built. To compensate for the felled trees, the
    old track was demolished to plant new ones. The new track opened in 2002,
    but the reconstruction was a financial disaster, which brought Hockenheim to the brink of bankruptcy. Thanks to government
    intervention the track could be saved from downfall. But with the taxpayers
    money of course. Today, many fans still miss the old
    circuit with its typical blast through the old woods. The reconstruction was not
    only a financial disaster, but also one of the most controversial
    reconstructions of a racetrack in history! If you want more information
    about the circuits in this video, please visit the website
    There’s also a free ebook about seven abandoned
    circuits that you can visit legally! Thank you for watching and don’t forget
    to subscribe, for more memories of circuits of the past!

    World’s Top 10 Horrifying And Dangerous Railways | ప్రపంచంలో 10 భయంకర రైలు మార్గాలు | With Subtitles
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    World’s Top 10 Horrifying And Dangerous Railways | ప్రపంచంలో 10 భయంకర రైలు మార్గాలు | With Subtitles

    November 25, 2019

    Hi, friends!
    Welcome to TFC Media Planet Leaf… Many people feel that they cannot have the comfort that found during the train journey in any vehicle. We all know that we can travel comfortably by sleeping on berths if we have the reservation. So many of us feel that the train journey is correct if we want to travel comfortably. But few journeys in the world would make you feel the fear than comfort. Travelling through those ways, it would be like seeing the borders of the hell. In this video, I am going to show you 10 most dangerous railways which turned the train journey into a nightmare. Before knowing those things… For more animated videos along with 3D Panchatantra stories which could give happiness, knowledge and intelligence to the children… Subscribe to our Slate Kids channel. Along with that channel, we posted our other channels links in the description below this video. Australia has become one of the famous tourist countries in the world. Even in this country which has been well developed in all the sectors, there is a horrifying railway which scares the public. Its name is Kuranda Scenic Railway Line. This runs between Cairns and Queensland in Australia. The trail running on this railway line passes through the Barron Gorge National Park. As part of this journey, several times the train passes very closely to small and big waterfalls. Stoney Creek waterfall is one of the important among them. While this journey which happens at the edges of the mountains and the terrifying bridges make few people feel the thrill… It creates the fear in many. During the journey, while the trains reach the destination… We see several sceneries while going through small villages and towns. The people will not face any trouble by arranging the railway gates at such regions. But you will get goosebumps by looking at a railway in Thailand. In that country, the railway line that runs between Wongwian Yai and Bangkok is called as Maeklong Railway. On the of this railway line, the train runs through the market there for some distance. This market is also called as umbrella pulldown market. When the train runs through this market… There the vendors take away all their things inside… And pull back their tents. They will come on to the track as soon as the train passes away. To see that strange market… Daily several tourists visit that place. The people who see that situation say that they get scared… Thinking of what if someone falls under the train by mistake while it is passing through. In Myanmar which is one of our Asian countries, there is a railway line called Gokteik Viaduct. There the people say that we should have more courage to travel through that way… We can understand how dangerous the way is. This railway became famous as the world’s longest railway trestle line. In that country, joining two towns in the hill station called Pyin Oo Lwin… This bridge was built in 1900. This entire bridge was built with the support of 15 towers and stretches 689 mts. This railway at the height of 820 feet from the earth passes through the hills and forests. While this place gives a good experience to few people… But many will get a 102-degree fever to travel on that bridge once again in their life. Tren de Las Nubes is the famous railway line in Argentina. Many brave tourists would get excited to travel through this way. Because this is the fifth highest railway in the world. When it reaches few bridges… There the height will be 13850 feet above mean sea level. Between this railway line, there are 29 bridges, 21 tunnels, 13 viaducts, 2 spirals and 2 zig zags. While travelling on this journey, you might have never faced such speed of your heartbeat. Do you know where the world’s longest railway line is located? You have to visit Russia to know. This railway line built from Moscow in Russia to Russian Far East is called as Trans-Siberian Railway. The length of this railway is 9289 km exactly. The train runs in this way passes through Mongolia, China and North Korea. This railway was built between 1891 – 1916. As it is so longest railway, the train has to pass through the dangerous areas at the mountain edges. At the time when the train reaches those places, the passengers in that train pray to the god to save them from the danger… With that, you can understand how horrible the situation will be there. Georgetown Loop Railroad in Colorado region of America is famous as the beautiful and scariest railway. It was built in the Rocky Mountains in Clear Creek County. On this railway, the trains were made run between 1899-1938. Well, as many places on this way scared the passengers… This railway was closed in 1939 as it is the most dangerous. Well, the trains were operated by this way from 100-year anniversary of its construction in 1984. A railway line called Ferrocarril Central Andino in Peru country, South America… It is the second highest railway line in the world. This entire railway line is between the Andes mountains. The train runs on this railway line of length 332 km, through 61 bridges, and 65 tunnels. This train runs through the slopes of the mountain and looks scary. At some places, the railway tracks are divided into two. While the train reaches those places, mostly our heart beat will stop. Even if a small mistake takes place while travelling through this way… In the accident which takes place there, 95 percent of the passengers have to walk towards hell. Devil’s Nose Train is another scariest railway line located in Ecuador in South America. Listening to this name itself we can say how dangerous the railway line is… This railway line is at the height of 9,000 feet above sea level in the Andes Mountains in Ecuador. On one hand, this railway line is at the edges of the mountains… At many places with the zigzag turnings, we get scared while the train takes a turn. To the people who see the scariest turnings on the mountain slopes, it would chase them lifelong like a nightmare. One of the world’s scariest railway lines is located even in our country. While crossing this railway bridge built on the sea between Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu and Pamban island… The passengers stop breathing and hold their heart… With that, we can understand how horrible that railway bridge will be. This bridge is called as Pamban bridge. The construction of this bridge was started in the month of August in 1911… And completed by February 1914. The length of this bridge will be about 2 km. On 23 December 1964, due to a super cyclonic storm… 150 passengers lost their lives in the sea. The Death Railway Line… Listening to this name, we can know how horrible that railway line will be. This railway line is between Ban Pong, Thailand and Burma. While constructing this railway line, nearly 1 lakh railway workers have fallen into River Kwai and died. As most of this railway line was constructed across the rivers and at the edges of the hills… The journey through this railway line will be scariest. If you see the pics of this railway line, then you will understand how dangerous it is. The one who knows about this railway line will never go in that way. If they go, then they will get scared even to board the train in their life again. That is why this railway line has got the name ‘The Death Railway Line’. So, friends… These are the 10 most dangerous railway lines in the world. I will be back with few more interesting videos. 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    November 19, 2019

    When it comes to buying a car most customers
    dont primarily attach importance to speed because fast cars are obviously expensive. However some of them still do some research
    on fast cars and try to stand updated about them. In this video im gonna present you, people
    who dont necessarily investigate fast cars, top 10 currently the fastest cars in the World. Before we get into that, the speed unit im
    gonna be using is kilometers per hour but keep mind miles per hour is gonna be shown
    on the screen too. 10:
    Number 10.. we got the Tesla Roadster. This car was revealed as a surprise at the
    end of the Tesla Semi unveiling. Roadster features the most impressive specifications
    sheet of any EV which means electonic vehicle by the way. Tesla Roadster’s maximum speed is claimed
    to be 402 kilometers per hour but that is not the only feature making it a great car. Roadster is in a class of it’s own with
    it’s acceleration. According to the tests it can go from 0 to
    97 kilometers per hour in 1.9 seconds and it can go from 0 to 161 kilometers per hour
    in just 4.2 seconds. It also offers a 998 kilometer range on a
    single charge. When it comes to it’s price The Tesla Roadster
    is expected to retail for 200 000 dollars as a base price and it is said to be coming
    out at 2020. 9
    And at the number 9 we have Aston Martin Valkyrie. It is an hybrid electric sports car which
    was produced in 2018. Valkyrie is built by collaboration of Aston
    Martin and Red Bull Race. Intercalarily one of the developers was Formula
    One genius Adrian Newey. Therefore this car with a codename Nebula
    was designed with the most aggressive aerodynamics and many of the techniques used in professional
    racing. It is claimed that Aston Martin Valkyrie can
    go 402 kilometers per hour. And this claim is on road car version of it
    which is gonna be 3.2 million dollars. It is also said that the track version with
    only 25 units, is gonna be around 4 million dollars with a specific name Aston Martin
    Valkyrie AMR Pro. 8
    At the number 8 we have a car manufacturer most of you probably have never heard about. SSC North America is a hypercar manufacturer
    that specializes in limited production vehicles like SSC Ultimate Aero XT. This car held the title of the fastest car
    in the World in 2007 until 2010 when its opponent came back which im gonna present at one of
    the upcoming rankings. It was officially timed at 412 kilometers
    per hour by Guinness World Records. SSC Ultimate Aero XT was introduced to the
    world with only five units with a price changing from 750 000 to 850 000 dollars. The reason for that difference is, SSC’s
    new graduated pricing system that entices customers to get their orders early. 7
    At the number 7 we have an electric car again and it is Rimac Concept Two. This super-car is a semi-autonomous car which
    means it is capable of sensing it’s environment and moving with little or no human input. Rimac Concept Two is claimed to be capable
    of reaching 415 kilometers per hour at most. Another impressive feature of the car is it’s
    acceleration. The 1914 horse power can purportedly propel
    the car from 0 to 97 kilometers per hour in just 1.85 seconds making it one of the fastest
    accelerating cars. While advertising 647 kilometers range on
    a single charge, it seems like the average sticker of 150 units is about 2.7 million
    dollars. 6
    Number 6 is car of a brand known for manufacturing fast super-cars. Bugatti Chiron.. was developed in France as
    a succesor to the Bugatti Veyron. It made its debut at 2016 and took the torch
    from the Bugatti Veyron by hitting 420 kilometers per hour and stayed faster till it’s brother’s
    sport version’s rise. Like its predecessor,the Veyron, Chiron utilises
    a carbon fibre body structure and worth millions. The Chiron is limited to a series of 500 units
    and a price around 3 million dollars. 5
    Number 5! We have another Bugatti super-car and it is
    the car which lost it’s ranking to SSC Ultimate Aero XT in 2007 and it’s original version
    lost the title of being the fastest Bugatti to it’s brother Bugatti Chiron in 2016. However this car has a version called Bugatti
    Veyron Super Sport which hit 431 kilometers per hour in 2010 and stands faster than both
    of these cars. Nevertheless it is electronically limited
    to 415 kilometers per hour to protect the tires from disintegrating. Production cars were limited to 30 units and
    the World Record Super Sport was limited to only 5 unit with a price tag of 1.7 million
    dollars. 4
    4th fastest car is a pretty known one among car lovers because it’s manufacturer have
    been doing pretty well at building sport cars. The Hennessey Venom GT is a high performance
    sports car manufactured by Texas-based Hennessey Venom Engineering. Because of its handbuilt nature, there’s
    some debate about whether the Venom GT qualifies as a production car. This monster recorded a 435 kilometers per
    hour run at the Kennedy Space Center in 2014, but only in one direction. To be considered legitimate, record attempts
    usually require a run in each direction, and an average is taken to account for wind conditions. As the run was in a single direction, and
    only 13 cars have been sold to date, it does not qualify as the world’s fastest production
    car in the Guinness Book of Records. To qualify for Guinness World Records Hennessey
    must have build 30 units back in time. Lastly this record breaking sports car’s
    price is currently 1.2 million dollars. 3
    We are at the top 3 and 3rd fastest car in the world is Koenigsegg Agera RS. In 2017, the Nevada Department of Transportation
    closed an 11-mile stretch of road just outside Las Vegas. Swedish supercar hit two different speeds,
    which averages out to 447 kilometers per hour. There are only 25 Agera RS models in existence,
    and each owner works alongside Koenigsegg to personalize every detail from color, stitching,
    engine power output, and car nickname. This lightweight hypercar has a carbon fiber
    body and costs 2,5 million dollars. 2
    At the number 2 we have a SSC car again which is the predecessor of the number 8 SSC Ultimate
    Aero XT. The SSC Tuatara is an upcomig American sports
    car. It’s pre-production prototype was shown
    to world in 2011 and it is said that it is gonna be available 2019. SSC Tuatara’s top speed is 482.8 kilometers
    which is making it much faster than it’s opponents and just a little bit slower than
    the number one. However this top speed is a claimed number
    just like it’s rival. 1
    Number 1: Hennessey Venom F5 ! Another Hennesey super-car making it up to top 5 and techniqually
    the fastest car in the world right now. The maximum speed of this car is a claimed
    number like SSC Tuatara speed. So the only question remaining is whether
    F5 or Tuatara will hit the 300 miles per hour milestone first which is 482.8 kilometers
    per hour by the way. According to the tests done by the manuacturer
    Hennesey this monster can hit 484.4 kilometers per hour. The F5 name is a reference to the F5 tornado
    which is the fastest tornado in Fujita scale, capable of upraising strong frame houses and
    carrying considerable distances to disintegrate. The Hennessey Venom F5 was unveiled at the
    SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, on November 1th 2017. It is expected to be available in 2019 with
    24 units and 1.6 million dollars price. To conclude Hennessey Venom F5 and SSC Tuatara
    have yet to confirm their top speed with the Guinness Book of World Records, so the Koenigsegg
    Agera RS remains the official fastest car in the world for now. And this is the full list of the cars so that
    you can envision it easier when you need it or.. you can simply watch the video again. Before ending this video do not forget to
    subscribe to my channel ,turn the bell button on and like this video. See you in the next video. If you are still watching dont forget to subscribe
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    10 Craziest Subway Maps
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    November 4, 2019

    10 systèmes de métro les plus compliqués #10 : Métro de Barcelone
    Espagne 180 stations ; 12 lignes ; 146 km. de longueur #9 : Métro de Madrid
    Espagne 301 stations ; 13 lignes ; 294 km. de longueur #8 : Métro de Pékin
    Chine 278 stations ; 19 lignes ; 574 km. de longueur #7 : Métro de Moscou
    Russie 206 stations ; 14 lignes ; 346 km. de longueur #6 : Métro de Shanghai
    Chine 337 stations ; 14 lignes ; 588 km. de longueur #5 : Métro de Séoul
    Corée-du-Sud 343 stations ; 18 lignes ; 487 km. de longueur #4 : Métro de la ville de New York
    États-Unis d’Amérique 472 stations ; 36 lignes ; 380 km. de longueur #3 : Métro de Londres
    Royaume-Uni 315 stations ; 11 lignes ; 436 km. de longueur #2 : Métropolitain de Paris
    France 303 stations ; 16 lignes ; 214 km. de longueur #1 : Métro de Tokyo
    Japon Attendez, c’est la version réduite. Maintenant, ça, c’est le schéma complet ! ☺ 2 210 stations; 158 lignes; 4 715 km. de longueur