New Year’s Eve Global Celebrations Bring in 2015

It was a similar picture from students in Ahmadabad, India n Italy people welcomed the new year on the Piazza Venezia in Rome 2015 is the “Year of the Sheep” in China, as illustrated by this student in eastern Shandong province Runners in Brazil’s annual Sao Silvestre race in Sao Paulo warmed up for the night of celebration with a 15km run A firework display was held in central Prague Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour was lit up by fireworks as the clock hit midnight In France revellers gathered near the Arc de Triomphe on the Champs-Elysees Avenue in Paris A woman prays during new year celebrations at Jogye Buddhist temple in Seoul, South Korea Moscow’s skyline lit up as fireworks flared over the Kremlin and St Basil’s Cathedral Grandfather Frost – the Russian equivalent of Father Christmas – and his granddaughter joined Kyrgyzstan’s new year parade in Bishkek Students at China’s Shenyang Agriculture University found their own way of marking the start of 2015 People hung wooden plaques with wishes or prayers for 2015 at the shrine The Gulf Arab emirate of Dubai aimed to break the world record for the largest LED-illuminated facade Shinto priests conduct an end of year ritual ahead of the new year at the Meiji Shrine in Tokyo. Over the coming days, more than three million people are expected to visit the shrine to pray for health and prosperity in 2015 Sydney’s Harbour Bridgeas the centrepiece of the city’s new year...

A Giant Boulder That Hides a Secret!

It might look like a rock, but looks can be deceiving. An architecture firm in Switzerland created a wooden cabin inside an artificial boulder, then installed it in a remote location in the Swiss Alps, GizMag reported.   According to GizMag, the project was created to host visiting artists. “The cabin is placed quite high up in the mountain and sleeping up there is a unique experience,” architecture firm Bureau A’s Leopold Banchini told The Huffington Post. “The view from the small window is impressive and staying in this minimal wooden box in the middle the nature is almost a monastic experience,” he...