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All facts about Japan indicate that this country is from a parallel universe: you can find a portable washing machine, a transparent TV, and many other things that other countries have never seen.
When you hear “paraffin wax,” the first and probably the only association you have is with candles. You’re most likely thinking, “Well, it’s just wax — nothing too fancy.” It may surprise you, but paraffin wax can be used in many different ways as it’s great for lubrication and insulation, and it can be used as a cosmetic treatment.
Russia is the largest country in the world when it comes to landmass, and it has a rich history that reaches all the way back to the 9th century. Unfortunately, most of the world doesn't know much about Russia, unless you include stereotypes and nasty politics, of course. The following images give you a peek into the daily life of Russians, and you might just be surprised.
It was proven by scientists a long time ago that riddles not only improve your memory but they also increase your thinking skills. And it’s not only children who can benefit from solving them since they are useful for adults, as well.
A gold Ferrari sports car at Chelsea in London, U.K.
A closeup of a gold-plated Nike Air Jordan (1988-1989) sneakers in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA on Feb. 17, 2017
An 11-inch (30-cm) long, five-kilogram Rolls-Royce model made of gold is displayed at a shopping center in Shenyang, China on April 3, 2015.
When Jaqi Clements gave birth to her twin girls, she knew she'd have to figure out how to handle being a mom of three and a wife. But she never imagined that her twins would become world-famous seven years later.
India is undoubtedly one of the most interesting countries in the world. It strikes us with its contrasts, impresses us with its traditions and culture, and stays a secret for most foreigners. Bright Side gathered 19 amazing facts about this country of spices that will show India from a completely different side.
MS Dhoni (39 not out + 4 dismissals) became the first Indian wicketkeeper to post 35 or more runs and effect four dismissals in the same T20I, joining South Africa's Quinton de Kock (twice) and Pakistan's Kamran Akmal.

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