Dramatic images from around the world
In this week's collection of dramatic images, celebrate as Monarch butterflies make their annual migration from Alaska to Mexico. Gaze amazed at a gigantic Harvest Moon as it lights up the sky like a Chinese lantern.
There's more. Desert Roses aren't what Sting and Cheb Mami painted them to be. They're actually obese little plants that grow in the desert at Socotra, an island off the coast of Yemen.
What do North Korean soldiers do when they see South Korean compatriots across the border?
Follow the world's first deaf sailor on his gallant solo odyssey around the world. Ride a train over the Danube River. Watch Chinese circus artists teach monkeys to smile. Peek into volcano craters and climb snowy peaks.
With so much to see right here, why do you need a visa to travel the world?
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General view of Paris skyline from the zinc-topped terrace of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris ... more
General view of Paris skyline from the zinc-topped terrace of the Tour Saint-Jacques in Paris. It's not for the short of breath or those weak in the knees, but the dizzying 360-degree vista of Paris from the Tour Saint-Jacques is one of the best-kept secrets of the French capital. For one good reason: this flamboyant 16th-century Gothic tower, a famous passing point for pilgrims headed to Santiago de Compostela in Spain, had been closed to the public for most of its 500-year history. Now open to tourists until September 15, the 62-metre (203 foot) tower offers stunning bird's eye views - provided you have the energy to walk up its claustrophobic 300-step spiral staircase. less
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Yahoo Lifestyle Entertainment | Photo by Philippe Wojazer / Reuters
Tue 9 Jul, 2013 3:30 PM IST
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