The most Gigantic Pool in the World

San Alfonso del Mar is a private resort located in Algarrobo, Chile, about 100 km (60 mi) west of the capital Santiago. It is notable for having the Guinness world record for the largest swimming pool in the world. It has been attracting tourists since it opened in December 2006.

San Alfonso's pool is one kilometer, or about 3/5's of a mile long. The pool covers an area of 19 acres that holds 66 million gallons of seawater. The pool, developed by Chilean company Crystal Lagoons, uses water pumped, filtered, and treated from the Pacific Ocean to supply to the pool.

Camila Vallejo, the World’s Most Glamorous Revolutionary

amila Antonia Amaranta Vallejo Dowling is a Chilean geography undergraduate student and member of the Chilean Communist Youth. As president of the University of Chile Student Federation (Fech) and main spokesperson of the Confederation of Chilean Students (Confech), she led a movement for better access to quality education at the end of April 2011 — which continues as of April 2012.

Vallejo has been labeled by the media as the most important and influential Communist personality of the 21st century in Chile, and also as the symbolic successor of Gladys MarĂ­n.
Vallejo has been praised publicly by several entertainers. In September 2011, Calle 13 traveled to Chile to support the student movement, and in a concert they invited some students and members of the Confech, including Vallejo.
In August 2011 Vallejo was displayed on the front page of the German weekly Die Zeit and in December of that year she was overwhelmingly chosen "Person of the Year" in an online poll by readers of The Guardian, which four months earlier had published a piece on her.
Vallejo has been included by magazines in such lists as "100 People Who Mattered" by Time Magazine on its December 2011 "Time Person of the Year" annual issue, and in "150 Fearless Women" by Newsweek in March 2012

Photography by Ilya Rashap

Concept Art by Mandrik Daryl

Amazing Pin-Up Photography By Irina Davis (8 PHOTOS)

Photography by Jan von Holleben

Born in 1977 in Cologne and brought up in the southern German countryside, Jan von Holleben lived most of his youth in an alternative commune and identifies a strong connection between the development of his photographic work and the influence of his parents, a cinematographer and child therapist.

Jan von Holleben’s work has been exhibited internationally and published widely throughout the world.

His favourite collaborators are: his friends and any pirates, fairies, dragons, monsters and punks that are about. Also the sun behind some tiny clouds, Zeit Magazin, Neon Magazine Dazed&Confused, Geo and Steidl Publishers

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