El Caminito del Rey, the "world's most dangerous path," has been reconstructed and is once more open for thrill-seeking tourists to walk, with their hearts in their mouths and (hopefully) their feet steady beneath them.

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A photographer's recently publicized trove of candid celebrity photographs from the '90s serves up some serious throwbacks to the days before Michael Caine went grey and before anyone coined the term "Brangelina."

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R.I.P. Internet Explorer. You had an okay run.

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Apparently, there was an official reason that Queen Elizabeth deigned not to seat herself on the Iron Throne when offered the opportunity desperately coveted by so many Game of Thrones fans.

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It's real! After hiding from human eyes for two decades, a rare Ili pika, adorably nicknamed the "magic rabbit" by those who study the severely endangered species, has been spotted again in the mountains of China. It's as cute as ever, but even closer to extinction than before.

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Matthias Jung's gorgeously imaginative "architectural short poems," collages compiled from photographs, actual scenery, and mini scale models, don't exist in real life—but oh, imagine if they did!

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Sour, sweet, salty, bitter, umami, and spice—all are essential components of a tasting experience, but surprisingly, so are the noises a food makes. (Crunch crunch crunch, for example.)