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144-Year-Old Japanese Pink Wisteria Tree

Covering an area of over 2,000 square meters, this tree has been part of the Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan since 1870. Because of the nature of Wisteria trees spreading, it's heavy branches are now supported by metal structures allowing tourists to get amazing photo opportunity below its canopy.

http://distractify.com/jake-heppner/17-wonderful-trees-that-prove-nature-is-capable-of-amazing-things/
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Serpentine Pavilion designed by SelgasCano 2015, day view. Image © Steven Kevin Howson / SelgasCano The Serpentine Gallery has unveiled
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She has a point... let people choose based on what politicians offer..
... but would they offer anything when the bribes of the west are so mesmerising?
#Moldova   #Russia  
Closer economic ties with Europe, not conflict, is the best way to counter pro-Russian separatist movements in Ukraine and other former Soviet republics, Moldova's foreign minister said.
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That looks fun!!! I guess obviously the water is recycled/collected and pumped back up. I wonder if you have to time your swings, or if, vice versa, it times its own water fall according to your position?...The first of course would be more challenging and interactive and engaging and fun!...
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Super 'Rain Garden'! That is silly I know, but this is really cool.
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144-Year-Old Japanese Pink Wisteria Tree

Covering an area of over 2,000 square meters, this tree has been part of the Ashikaga Flower Park in Japan since 1870. Because of the nature of Wisteria trees spreading, it's heavy branches are now supported by metal structures allowing tourists to get amazing photo opportunity below its canopy.

http://distractify.com/jake-heppner/17-wonderful-trees-that-prove-nature-is-capable-of-amazing-things/
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Why are there no names? The dead don't deserve at least the memory of their existence for they died for a cause (right or wrong it doesn't matter)? It's like someone wants all this to be erased from history... 
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Are they the same ones that defended Debaltseve? :)
Despite the month-long ceasefire, fighting continues in villages near the strategic eastern city.
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The Official Reasons
We all know the governments of the West, lead by the US and the UK, have turned against Russia. There are many reasons offered by our media: Russia tried to stop the Ukraine from joining the EU. Russia helped the "pro-Russian rebels" shoot down MH-17. Russia "invaded" the Crimea illegally. Thousands of Russian troops and tanks are fighting in the Ukraine. Some of us think these claims are war propaganda for the citizens of the West used to justify sanctions against Russia and increasing military tensions.
The Official Reasons We all know the governments of the West, lead by the US and the UK, have turned against Russia. There are many reasons offered by our media: Russia tried to stop the Ukraine from joining the EU. Russia helped the "pro-Russian rebels" shoot down MH-17. Russia "invaded" the…
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... which requiring all foreign troops to leave the region....
Meanwhile they - the #ukrainians  bring in #US  and #EU  troops to "stick to the ceasefire agreement". So the rebels are not allowed to have help but #Ukraine  government can do whatever they want... What kind  of hypocrites can they be? They assume the rebels are stupid but guess again...
Ukrainian government sources tell the BBC that they believe that Russian troops are continually entering and leaving eastern Ukraine.
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+Richard Galpin you are a lousy reporter. I wonder who's paying you for such a shitty article...
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