Atlas Obscura

 Kent Corbell sends in this wonderful website, the Atlas Obscura.  A crowd-sourced, yet curated collection of the worlds most wondrous treasures.  As a collector of such places I was amazed to find many many new sites to me.  Including a clock museum in Austria that apparently has a 8820 year clock, a site in the wilds of north east India that has bridges made of living tree roots, and a 92 foot tall aeolian wind harp nearly in my back yard… amazing.


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