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This Awesome Dutch Group Transforms Rubble into Lego Building Blocks for a New House

The Mobile Factory aims to help victims of disasters and war to rebuild their homes.

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With this Lego-style building blocks, disaster victims will not need to live in tents. They can quickly
rebuild their homes using the stacking system. Founder and Director Gerard Stejin said the idea came from seeing disaster-stricken places such as Kenya, South Africa, Haiti, and others. He wanted to do something to help the people. Currently, the Mobile Factory travels in different countries to do exactly that.

The Q-Brixx houses provide safety, comfort, and protection for its occupants.

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Photo credit: The Mobile Factory
The Mobile Factory can build from 10 to 20 homes a day…

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… which allows war and disaster victims to easily rebuild their lives and communities.

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Photo credit: The Mobile Factory

Hopefully, the Mobile Factory continues to grow and reach more countries in the near future. Cliché as it may sound, concepts such as these can really be a big help for mankind.

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After Tying the Knot, Famous #FollowMeTo Couple Shares Their Honeymoon Photos

Their adventure is definitely far from over…

Mini Malabanan

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If you’re not familiar with the famous #FollowMeTo couple, then you’re probably living under the rock. They’ve stunned the whole world with their beautiful travel photos. They’ve left everyone breathless with their fascinating wedding photos. Now, Murad and Natalia Osmann are back to give us a lovely glimpse of their honeymoon in Las Vegas and Maldives.

Like in the photos featured in the #FollowMeTo Instagram project, Murad used his signature style showcasing the back of Natalia who leads him to impressive cityscapes and landscapes in countries such as Russia, Indonesia, France, Spain, Turkey, Istanbul and Egypt. It’s amazing how a series of photos can tell so much about their relationship.

Their adventure is definitely far from over. Take a look at some of their honeymoon photos below. You may also check their photo collection in a book they’ve put together.

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In Japan, You Can Rent an Alpaca to Witness Your Wedding

Japan never fails to surprise us with its strange traditions and practices.

Mini Malabanan

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Japan, a country with one of the most unique cultures in the world, never fails to surprise us with its strange traditions and practices.

Weddings ceremonies in the land of the rising sun are extravagant and expensive. Although many Japanese people still practice formal-style ceremonies that adhere to strict religious rituals, more and more couples opt to have Western-style wedding. Since it is considered less formal, some brides and grooms add a little spice to the ceremony by wearing cosplay costumes or even having it done underwater.

A hotel in Tochigi took unusual Japanese weddings to the next level by inviting an extra special guest: an alpaca.

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A Man Takes His Horse to Swim in the Ocean for the First Time. What Happens Next is Beautiful

Seeing a horse learn how to swim for the first time is absolutely stunning.

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Do you remember the first time you learned how to swim?

It’s probably one of the most magical moments in your life. All of a sudden, you feel that your body is capable of floating and moving freely in water. In a snap of a finger, you gain a different level of confidence and a sense of freedom.

Although swimming can be quite a different experience for animals particularly for horses, seeing one learn to conquer the water for the first time is absolutely stunning.

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