Chew on this!! 🍬There is a wall in Seattle covered in gum. Like a 50 by 15 foot area covered in every kind and colour of gum. Located in Post Alley under Pike Place Market, it is called the Market Theater Gum Wall and it’s probably one of the germiest attractions you’ll ever go to. Legend says the tradition began around 1993 when patrons of the theatre placed gum to the wall while they waited in line. The wall was cleaned twice before it was clear the trend was sticking around. Come on a Seattle Sightseeing tour and if it moves ya, you can leave your mark with a Juicy Fruit and walk away happy knowing the wall has only been cleaned once in twenty years … 😳🍥 📸: @yuliayuliafomina
I decided to spice the account with a pinch of interesting info.
Now following #minsk_facts you'll find out some curious facts about Minsk😉
Today I'm going to tell you that:
🌇Minsk (formerly Mensk) derives its name from the river Menka which is 16 km south-west from the city. The original Mensk was situated right there and after a complete destruction was rebuilt at the present place.
🌇the first construction erected in today's Independence avenue after II world war was the building of KGB (a yellow one in the picture) - 1947 🌇on average Minsk has 67 foggy days yearly - which is more than in London (45) 😄😄 Most of them happen in November
See you soon, amigos!🙋
Jumping into the sea in Sorrento.. swam in the water like a fishy 🐬🐠
Inca Tales: The finest textiles were made by the "Chosen Women" also called the Virgins of the Sun, who were carefully trained in this difficult art. Nowadays at Taquile Island, knitting is exclusively performed by males, beginning in early boyhood