Not sure how this passed the communist censorship, but the world-famous Moiseyev Ballet in Moscow performed this dance not only during their trips to America in the 1960s but also at Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow in 1962. They did call it a "parody dance" in the official program - but they still have too much fun dancing it!
And it seems it's been only discovered in 2005 (in modern history): "At the end of May 2005 Grenoble climber Pascal Sombardier was exploring the foot of the Grand Manti cliffs situated in the Chartreuse mountains between Grenoble and Chambery. He spied a couloir and decided to explore further... Turning to his right he had trouble believing what he saw: a giant double arch spanning some 32 meters. An expert on the region, he had never heard of this natural wonder."
See beautiful photography of this formation here and read some info here.
Perhaps one the greatest losses in the history of American architecture:
(image credit: Historic American Building Survey at the Library of Congress, via)
Built in 1906 at Ohio Avenue & Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey... Designed by architect William Price. Incredibly original and unique structure. Demolished in 1979 and replaced with some ugly utilitarian structure.
Saturn's Swirling North Pole
"This swirling maelstrom of clouds is what was seen over Saturn’s north pole on November 27, by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft" - more info
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