Holmenkollen - Penthouse on a Ski Jump (Oslo/Norway)

Holmenkollen - Penthouse on a Ski Jump (Oslo/Norway)

The upper-most level of the Holmenkollen ski jump has been turned into a luxury penthouse. The cozy, yet expansive alpine retreat has floor to ceiling windows that give you one of the best views imaginable of Oslo - snow capped mountains and endless forest. Right above is the highest roof terrace in town, ideal for stargazing if you're not scared of heights.

Holmenkollen - Penthouse on a Ski Jump (Oslo/Norway)

The Enchanted Forest (Revelstoke/ Canada)

The Enchanted Forest (Revelstoke/ Canada)

What started off as a retirement project is now known as the The Enchanted Forest theme park. From 1950 to 1971, Doris and Ernest Needham built this fairy tale attraction on 38 acres of forest land. The hand cleared trails feature 350 cement fairy sculptures, a mushroom house, a castle, a life-size recreation of Winnie the Pooh's forest penthouse, a 50-foot-tall treehouse, and other mystical structures.
They are open during summer season from May - October.

Kaos Temple (Polígono de Asipo/ Spain)

Kaos Temple Church Brigade

An abandoned and neglected historic church in the spanish municipality of Llanera, Asturias has been converted into a colourful indoor skate park. In December 2015, artist Okuda San Miguel started his colorful mural which now covers the churches vaulted ceilings and walls. Created in collaboration with Red Bull, ‘Kaos Temple’ is a sanctuary for both skateboarders and art lovers alike.

Kaos Temple Church Brigade

The Pyramids of Meroë (Sudan)

The Pyramids of Meroë (Sudan)

Along the banks of the Nile River, in eastern Sudan, lies a collection of nearly 200 ancient pyramids in the desert. Built between 2,700 and 2,300 years ago, many of them are tombs of the kings and queens of the ancient Meroitic Kingdom. The pyramids have narrow bases and steep angles on the sides and contain elements from the cultures of Pharaonic Egypt, Greece, and Rome.

Lupe Sina Treesort (Tiavi/ Samoa)

Lupe Sina Treesort (Tiavi/ Samoa)

Located in the hills of Tiavi, the Treesort overlooks the beautiful south coast and the rainforest of Upolu, offering visitors a chance to experience the beauty beyond the beaches.

The treehouses are engineering masterpieces and showcase the unspoiled nature of the islands interior, while conjuring up childhood memories and satisfying the impulses of the adventurous. Enjoy a hike through the jungle, bird watching or relax in the cool breeze of your private treehouse.
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