Kampung Pelangi, The Colorful village of Indonesia

The village of Kampung Pelangi, is probably one of the most colorful and attractive villages in the Indonesia, Once the Indonesian village of Kampung Wonosari looked very inconspicuously with its gray-white houses and the same brown roofs. However, it was renamed Kampung Pelangi, which literally translates as “Rainbow Village”, because it really has become a by painting all 232 settlement houses in all colors of the rainbow, and supplementing them with bright pictures.

Colorful village in Indonesia, Kampung Pelangi

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The Last Nuclear Test Sites, Which Become Extreme Tourist Attractions

Atomic age began July 16, 1945: the date of reference is considered to be the first successful test of a nuclear bomb, which took place in the New Mexico desert in the Manhattan Project. Less than a month later, the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki were dropped. Since then, until the signing of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty in 1996, over 2,000 nuclear test explosions have occurred in the outer islands, atolls and desert areas of the world.

The vast majority of these attacks occurred in the United States and the Soviet Union: the superpowers were preparing for a war for survival. Before you place that would be quite amiss in the annals of this sad story – access curious tourists here is now open.

Extreme Tourism: The Last Nuclear test Sites

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