Top 10 Most Powerful Families in the World

Here we won’t be talking about family fortune but the influence they have on overall economies and geopolitical landscape.
If so, you might ask who rules the world?
While money has a crucial role to play in deciding their real powers, their impact on powerful individuals can make anything possible.
We won’t be listing anything based on conspiracy theories or any claims by other sources.
Here, the list will be according to what can be seen, touched, or can be sensed by us, in short, rock-solid factors. These are the top 10 most powerful families in the world:

10. Krupp

It’s been a long time since the German Krupp family dynasty is handling their steel empire.
The dynasty of Krupp founded in 1587 when a regular merchant named Arndt Krupp purchased buildings abandoned during the plague pandemic.
After the plague diminished, the estate developed, and the man became more prosperous.
His descendants used their heritage into the arms industry. Around 1816, they entered the steel industry, and by the end of that century grew the world’s largest steel manufacturer.
Krupp industries built tanks and battleships for Nazi Germany, and the family supported Adolf Hitler directly.
By the end of the war, their factories were destroyed but rebuilt.
The Krupp family still had a great influence in the steel industry, although it had passed its glory.

9. Oppenheimer

Oppenheimer family owns a significant stake in the top companies in the world, which hold a large share of all the minerals worldwide.
Family-owned brands such as De Beers and Anglo also dominate the world’s gem, platinum, and gold industry.
The family focuses more on bringing the local investors in their home country prosperity because most shares are sold in De Beers.

8. Pritzker

The Pritzkers are one of the richest families in America.
They are close to the top of the “World’s Richest Families” ranking since it started listing the magazine in 1982. 
Their wealth came into being in the 20th century, particularly as the Hotel Corporation Hyatt was established and expanded.
The family owns a large 5-star luxury hotel chain, Hyatt Global, through their holding company, Marmon Group.
The Superior Bank of Chicago, a credit bureau at TransUnion, the Braniff airlines, McCall magazine, and the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line were also part of their other assets. 
J. B. Pritzker was the co-chairman of the campaign of Hillary Clinton in the 2008 presidential election. 
He was a delegate to the Democrats in 2008 and to the National Democrats in 2016. 
He helped to integrate the Clinton and Obama campaigns in Illinois, endorsed President Barack Obama at the 2008 general election, and currently is the Incumbent Governor of Illinois.

7. Koch family

Koch Industries primarily operate in manufacturing, pulp, and paper production, chemical equipment, ranching, financial, commodity trade and investment sectors, energy, fiber, intermediates, and polymers. 
Koch is also a holdings company that controls big companies like Invista, Georgia Pacific, Molex, Flint Hills Resources, Koch Pipeline, Koch Fertilizer, and Koch Minerals.
From scratch, Fred C Koch founded Kock Industries. He’s dead now, but today his businesses are controlled by his children. 
According to Forbes, Koch Industries is America’s is second-largest private company, with sales over $1 trillion. They can buy political influence by leveraging their massive wealth. 

6. Bush family

Since Jeb’s defeat in 2016, the Bush family seems to have disappeared, but they still have significant influence over American politics.
In reality, the “most successful political dynasty in American history” has been characterized.
There were two Presidents, a few Governors, and several Senators, but the Bush family is much more comprehensive.
Many Bush family members hold management positions in large companies.

5. Morgan family

The Morgan family is a prominent American dynasty in banking and business, which became famous in the United States and the entire world at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century.
Family members have amassed huge wealth over the years, mostly through John Pierpont Morgan’s well-known work.

4. Walton family

The Waltons are the richest family in the world if we combine siblings’ overall wealth worth around $200 billion.
In the value chain, brothers Jim and Rob Walton were respectively #16 and #17 on the Forbes annual list of billionaires.
Their sister Alice Walton is the richest woman in the world currently in 2020.
Founded in 1962 by Sam Walton in Arkansas, Walmart is now, as per its company website, the world’s largest corporation, with sales by 2019 of $514.4 billion and over 1.5 million U.S. associates. 
As of August 2019, the company has almost twelve thousand global retail shops and 5,362 US outlets.
The company has not unlike its rival, Target, brought large consumer lifestyles, from the big box shops in rural and urban America, praised for its low-priced products and excoriated for its workplace practices.

3. House of Saud

The Saud House is Saudi Arabia’s ruling family.
They possess absolute power–even after them has the nation been called Saud’s (Saudi) Arabia.
There are 15,000 members in the family, but a group of about 2,000 of them hold the majority of power and wealth.
As the head of the family, the King of an oil-rich country, they have unimaginable wealth.
If they want to, they can even go to war, as they have done in Yemen.
Sauds have international influence, and NATO is heavily invested in Saudi Arabia’s security.

2. Windsor family (British royal family )

Brand Finance, a market valuation firm, reported that the British Royal Family worth around $95 billion last year.
In this way, unique assets like the Buckingham Palace (830,000 square feet), the family’s large art collection, and other abstract assets, such as royal brand values, are taken into consideration.
For example, Princess Charlotte, she was 10 hours old when she premiered on a GH world stage. 
Jaeger LeCoultre gifted a watch from their expensive watch collection, 101 MANCHETTE (worth $26 million) to Her Highness Queen Elizabeth II on her 60th birthday in 2012.
For a sign of how valuable the brand is, she was only months old wearing a shawl worth about $100 from Hurt & Sons.
The personal wealth of Queen Elizabeth II is $530 million, and Forbes estimates the greatest number in the family.
Besides, in estimates of Wealth-X, the private wealth of all the monarchy would be as high as 1 billion dollars. 

1. Rothschild family

Since the founding of the banking empire during the 18th century, Mayer Amschel Rothschild has ruled the world for many centuries with countless assets, enormous influence, and enormous power.
The Rothschild Group provides financial advisory services in more than 40 countries.
The family also owns multinational companies such as RIO Tinto, RIT Capital, and Glencore.
Even though their financial value is beyond measure, this is sufficient to show how powerful they are.
It is also suspected that Rothschilds have connections with a secret organization called NWO (New World Order).
The Rothschilds are considered as most powerful of 13 bloodlines of the Illuminati, official members of the Bilderberg group, Freemasons and other secret societies.
Although perhaps the richest family in human history, not one of Rothschild’s individual has appeared in Forbes’ lists.
It is because, over the years, their immense fortune has been shared between the family members throughout the globe.

Top 10 Most Expensive Whiskies in the World

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Whiskey is a type of alcoholic distilled drink made from the fermented mash of grain.
Various grains (malt), including barley, corn, rye, and wheat, are used for different varieties.
Whiskey is usually aged in wooden barrels, usually made of white oak.
Perhaps it ranks among the most popular alcoholic drinks after rum and beer.
Whiskey can be pricey too, as most of the whiskey brands are high priced, not because of their quality or taste, but because of the bottles.
There are many premium brands available in the market with rarest vintage collections that we can enjoy at expensive restaurants along with some other expensive wines.
But some are exceptional cases of the rarity with an unmatchable taste that arent available at regular stores but only in auctions or at most luxurious hotels or cruises.
If you are wondering these are the top 10 most expensive whiskey in the world:

10. The Macallan 1926 - $75,000

As the name suggests, Macallan 1926 was distilled in 1926 and bottled in 1986, the oldest one in Macallan’s Fine and Rare Collection limited to only 40 bottles. 
The Macallan 1926 was and still is, the first distillery release in the Great and Rare range. 
Every year, a small number of bottles have been released, up to 75,000 US dollars per bottle.
David Robertson describes its taste as,
“From memory, it was an incredibly rich, intense spirit – full of dried fruits, of prunes and dates and tons of incredible spicy notes of cloves, ginger, and cinnamon. I also recall zesty orange marmalade, hints of peat and smoke, finished with a delicious drying oak tannin from the sherry cask, and waxy, linseed oil and leather notes.”

9. Springbank 1919 (fine & rare) - $78,000

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Springbank 1919 is one of the few whiskey bottles which are aged over 50 years old that you can purchase online. 
It’s a Scotch single-malt whiskey with a dedicated niche market. The Whisky Exchange has it from a reputable distributor and delivers it to your front doorstep. 
You will find it more at the costly whiskey auctions, and you probably won’t have the chance to see it at the expensive wines stores of your area. 
Once upon a time, Springbank 1919 was listed as the most expensive whiskey in the Guinness Book of Records. 
It’s one of the most popular whiskey bottles in the world until today. This old distillery drink was bottled in 1970 and is part of the 1919 vintage series.
The whiskey has been created using traditional production methods and is therefore valuable. 
It is also a limited edition product since only 24 bottles were released.

8. Glenfiddich Janet Sheed Roberts Reserve 1955 - $94,000

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A bottle of Glenfiddich Janet Sheed Roberts Reserve 1955 was sold at an auction for $94,000 in New York City in 2012. 
Whereas other whiskey bottles are valued over their decanters, the rareness of this Glenfiddich 50 years makes it so expensive. 
The label comes from the name Janet Sheed, the granddaughter of Glenfiddich founder William Grant who lived till at the age of 110. 
Only 11 bottles of Glenfiddich Janet Sheed were made at the time. Before she died in 2012, Sheed was the oldest woman in Scotland. 
Glenfiddich Janet Sheed Roberts Reserve 1955 is a combination with a pleasant flavor, woody oak, and hints of heather, hay pear with notes of spice. 
The light and smoothing Scotch whiskey with a note of cured meat and has a delicate aromatic nutmeg finish.
The whiskey’s taste also has a valuable factor and is described as having a heavenly flavor of barley, pear, and heather. Its pale gold, with the hue of autumn barley in color. 
In terms of notes, it has light and delicate with soft-orange flavors and delicate violets, with roasted almonds and the smoothest whiff, and sweetness with a few drops of water. 
It’s light and delicate and has a surprisingly light taste of oak, amazing for a whiskey that spent so much time in European woods, in the fruity harmony and floral aroma. 
Creamy vanilla with a soft smokiness and some sweeter oak notes are beautifully balanced. 
A drop or two of water gives off the additional orange sweetness and incredible vibrancy. The finish is slightly dry right after tasting but grows very long, vivid, and sweet with time.

7. Dalmore 64 Trinitas - $150,000

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Dalmore 64 Trinitas is a combination of the most exclusive and rare vintages in the distillery, including 1939, 1926, 1878, and 1868 series. 
As one might expect, there seems to be little left (or none) of whiskey from over a century ago, which is why only three bottles of Dalmore 64 Trinitas were made. 
Only one for direct sale is available and no reference to what happened to the two others. 
Its a possibility that the owners are enjoying this exotic drink or not in a mood to sell.
However, the Dalmore 64 Trinitas bottles are more likely to sell much higher than their original purchase price, after it finally appears at the auction.
Dalmore 64 Trinitas is sold for a price tag of 160,000 USD, terming it as one of the most expensive whiskey ever sold.
Its decanter has a sterling silver decoration of the bottle represents the “inner strength and outer shine” of the drink.
Dalmore, with Macallan, is among the most expensive whiskey brands.
64 Trinitas’ notes are a glorious fusion of grapefruit, sandalwood, white musk, and Indonesian patchouli follows powerful notes of sweet raisins, rich Colombian coffee, crushed walnuts, and bitter orange.
To explore every hidden flavor, the spirit must be nurtured and sipped long in the mouth. 
You will receive a hint of mangoes, figs, caramel apples, roasted coffee, treacle toffee, marzipan, and soft licorice after you sip it for the first time. 
Then is a wave of lingering sensations: Vino Dulce Moscatel, marzipan, toffee treacle, soft licorice, roasted coffee.
This unforgettable fanfare is a smooth caress of truffles, walnuts, and muscovado sugar in your palate.

6. Dalmore 62 - $192,000

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Dalmore 62 is one of the costliest whiskey bottles sold for $250,000 in Singapore dollars or $192,000 in USD. This auction created history at Changi Airport.
The company has just released 12 bottles of different names in a limited edition of the series. 
Dalmore sold one for £22,000 in 2002, and the other for £32,000 in 2005.
By blending four different single malt whiskeys from the Scottish Highlands of 1939, 1926, 1876, and 1868 have been the creation of Dalmore 62 Single Highland Malt Scotch Matheson. 
Like the Dalmore 64 Trinitas, Dalmore has whiskeys dating from the beginning of the 19th century, 62 series a century-old, rare, and unique whiskey. 
The wood mold for which Dalmore created its decanter took 100 hours to be handcrafted, and its quarter-million dollars.
Its decanter is made up of beautiful platinum and special crystal.
According to a CNBC post on the executive chef of Modena, Massimo Bottura, 
“The single malt has aromas of sun-kissed raisins, bitter chocolate, and old English marmalade; hints of Java coffee, Demerara sugar, pecan pie and crème brûlée in taste; and Sanguinello blood oranges, figs, and treacle linger on the aftertaste.”

5. Macallan 64 Lalique Cire Perdue - $464,000

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Macallan 64 is one of the whiskey brands Speyside distillery that have a high price for its use of valued decanters. 
Lalique Cire Perdue’s Macallan 64 was last seen at the 2010 auction sold for $464,000.
The quality of premium old whiskey was obtained by the blend of three by aging in Spanish oak casks from 1946, 1945, and 1942. 
As the most precious whiskey at the time, the brand was able to register in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Because of its unique combinations and subtle dark chocolate notes, it is a sophisticated drink. 
The brand donated the earnings to Charity: Water, a clean water organization.
Iconic French brand, Lalique, designed and produced the exceptional crystal decanter, can be found nowhere else.
The floral decanter was handmade by the cire perdue method and is considered exceptional, artistic, and extremely costly.
Its taste at first comprises several flavors like cloves, cinnamon, cedarwood, orange peel, and peat smoke while subsequent transitions into concentrated peat smoke, treacle, walnuts, cocoa, and raisin. Graeme Russell, the brand ambassador, sips to describe the taste on Forbes Life,

4. The Macallan M - $464,000

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The Macallan M is the old and rare king of whiskeys that are stored in special cases like Macallan 18 sherry cask made from Spanish oak. 
Macallan M’s decanter is made of handcrafted crystal that has been crafted and developed by a team of 17 craftsmen. 
A collaboration between the designer Fabien Baron, Lalique crystal and Macallan, is the creation of the beautifully designed 6-liter rare bottle.
The crystal stopper is put in a luxury box later, so it has a beautiful and exclusive look.
Last known Macallan M was sold at a Hong Kong auction had an ABV of around 44.7%.
You might wonder what makes it so special to Macallan M that someone paid $628,205? 
Whiskey experts agree that the Macallan M is an exceptional product, as it can contain its quality in such a bottle–a decadent, gazing decanter of the crystal of nearly six liters capacity.
Taste-wise, M edition has fruity overtones, including the delicate flavor of leather violet, apple cedar, and lemon enriched with the raisin.
According to the distillery, “vanilla accompanies green apple hand in hand, neither taking the lead. Ginger, nutmeg, and cinnamon create an ensemble in the background, with polished oak offering to overstate, yet never does, but plays with a depth of resinous, juicy oranges, before the heavier raisin and sultana flavors take over, meandering to a long full finish.”
Experts also note the amber-colored liquid with a leather and tobacco overtone.

3. The Macallan Valerio Adami - $ 1.05 million

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On 3 October 2018, the obsession for Macallan Whiskeys came to a climax when Valerio Adami, a 60-year-old scotch, was sold for 1.05 million USD at Bonhams Whisky Sale in Edinburgh, Scotland, which was, one of the rare distilleries symbols.
The price was incredible but not unprecedented: in May, a similar-release bottle was sold for just over $1 million at another Bonhams auction in Hong Kong to set a new world record for the most expensive whiskey ever sold. 
There’s also considerable bragging rights for the Macallan: distillery launches claim three of the most expensive whiskey spots (it’s 4 in our list).
Macallan bottled it in 1986 and commissioned Peter Blake and Valerio Adami to design the limited-edition labels-12 Adami labels and 12 Blake labels.
Firstly, the rare factor: there are only twelve Macallan Valerio Adami 1926 bottles that were made, and the number that remains in the world is unknown.
But speculations have it, one bottle has been drunk, and a bottle was demolished in an earthquake. 
It also features an exclusive bottle tag designed by Valerio Adami, the eponymous pop artist.
Christie’s international head of wine, Tim Triptree,
“Obviously, after spending 60 years in cask it’s going to be quite dark in color — amber, a bit of mahogany in there. And then you’ll get some of the spices from the wood, little hints of vanilla, potentially some nutty characteristics, cinnamon, Christmas cake…. All sorts of different flavors and then the length — how long the flavors persist in the mouth — is going to be exceptional, and just reinforce all the aromas that you’re smelling.”

2. The Macallan 1926 - $1.5 million

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The 60-year-old Macallan was sold for a staggering $1.5 million, breaking the most recent records of the most expensive bottle of whiskey ever.
The premium bottle was sold on 29th November 2018 at Finest & Rarest Wine Spirits Christie auction in London.
60-year-old Macallan 1926 belonged to the 24-bottles limited edition series.
Along with Valerio Adami & Macallan estate reserve 1824, we cannot find this super rare whiskey at ordinary auctions.
60 year old whisky miniatureValerio Adami designed half while remaining was completed by the other Peter Blake.
This extremely rare drink was distilled in 1926 and bottled in 1986 after sixty years of aging.
The Macallan distillers preserved it in the ex-sherry casks of Macallan distillery in Scotland for six decades.
Every single bottle is hand-painted by renowned Irish artist Michael Dillon.
The master of Macallan distiller from the mid-90s to the middle of the 2000s, David Robertson, is among the few who tried this and in his estimation,
“When I tasted it, the whiskey was quite intense, dry, and tasted of fruit with some hint of warming spice. But I had to try a lot of whiskeys over the years and in my humble opinion, there was a number that was better than this one.”

1. Isabella’s Islay - $6.2 million

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If you’re not always as concerned about your whiskey as the bottle, this is the top-of-the-line scotch whiskey for you.
Isabella’s Islay is the most expensive whiskey in the world, with an estimated price tag of US$6.2 million.
The reason behind its name is the place of origin, the island of Islay. The brand lets you customize and select the diamond-studded name on the bottle.
Isabella’s is one of the finest whiskeys ever you will taste. The Brand makes it of rare ingredients and high-quality grains.
Islay Scotch Whiskey is a 30-year-old, aged single malt scotch that reflects Islay’s complexity incredibly.
It’s a blend of artistic talent and outstanding craftsmanship that makes it one of the world’s most well-designed drink bottles.
It has the most valuable and costly whiskey, as rare as it can be for a drink.
If you are thinking why would anyone buy it for 6.2 million dollars?
The Islay value is all tied into its decanter, containing 8,500 diamonds, 300 rubies, and exquisite white gold. Put the just bottle alone, and it’s worth moreover $6 million. This makes it the world’s most expensive bottle for a beverage ever used.
It is one of the finest luxury money can buy, decanter apart, as far as the whiskey’s taste is concerned.
Isabella is the ultimate expression of the luxury scotch whiskeys, and it costs a ton of money on its own, even without its diamond and jewel-encrusted bottle.

Top 10 Most Beautiful Flowers in the World

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“Flowers are the most divine creations after women” – Christian Dior. Their biological function is usually to create a mechanism of plant reproduction.
For several generations, almost every civilization in the world has idolized flowers as artifacts of beauty and fragrance.
Every flower stands for distinct emotional meanings and symbolism connected with them, while some are too uncommonly fascinating.
If you are considering to upgrade your hanging baskets to something exotic, here are the top 10 most beautiful flowers in the world:

10. Stargazer Lily

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The Oriental lily (botanical name-Lilium Stargazer) is also regarded as the ‘Stargazer lily’ because of its big star-shaped blooms.
This is also among the best smelling flowers in the world, usually used to decorate luxurious interiors.
The beauty of the flower can be best described as petals decoratively stained in hot pink with textured freckles.
Even if they are lovely, stargazers are toxic plants by nature and should be avoided around pets.

9. Begonia

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Begonias are very common with enthusiastic gardeners as brightly colored flowers with exceptional calm appearance.
Charles Plumier, a Franciscan monk, discovered these flowers in Brazil in 1690, the first recorded belonging to the genus Begonia
Begonia blossoms in spring, and their vibrant colors and appealing foliage may not be easy to care for.
These pretty flowers are an excellent complement to any garden

8. Anemone

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There are many Anemone species, among them, we can term a Mediterranean-born species which belongs to the family, as the prettiest flowers bloom.
Its name originates from the Greek word “anemos,” which implies wind, also known as windflowers.
The flowering species are bigger with cup-shaped blossoms, and the flowering types in the spring are smaller on the ground.
These cute flowers come in bluish violet, white, pink, red, and violet pinkish hues.

7. Passion Flower

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Passionflowers are one of the plants in your garden that have the most amazing flowers with around 400 species you can grow. 
The most common is Passiflora edulis, the only one, which can develop into passion-fruit. 
Passion blossoms are generally violet, lavender, or blue and are native to South Ameica and Mexico.

6. Protea

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As the national flower of South Africa, the King protea (Protea cynaroides) is one of the most spectacular species of Sugarbushes and rarest flowers in the world.
It is the largest of the species and has a massive bloom size that can reach almost 12 inches in width.
With long pink petals that surround a furry center, it is typically the star of the show within a bouquet.

5. Cherry blossom

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These flowers have an exceptional blossom and are discovered mainly in Japan. In spring, they generally bloom in colors like pink and white.
The flowers will fascinate you if you plan on going to Japan in Spring.
The cherry blossom flowering plant is recognized in Japanese as “Sakura” and flower symbolizes renewal and faith.
People love to sit under the cherry trees and appreciate the incredible perspective of the flower.
It is also a sign of friendship between the United States and Japan, and Japan later sent the trees to represent their goodwill for the United States.
The cherry blossoms originated in the Himalayas and settled in Eurasia somewhere before arriving in Japan.
For building a friendship or a relation (even romantic), the Japanese consider cherry blossoms as the best flowers in the world to offer.

4. Dahlia

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There are many varieties of this flower which belongs to the genus Dahlia, originally from Central America.
Dahlias blossom every year, and about 42 species exist with at least twenty thousand sub-varieties.
Once Dahlias were both gathered and harvested as food by indigenous Central American peoples.
The Aztecs used epilepsy and used the long hollow stem as tubes for water.
Speaking about meanings and symbolization, Dahlias depicts dignity and instability, in the language of the flowers “like my appreciation goes beyond your care.”
These flowers are medium in size, and the biggest of them is ‘Dinner plate Dahlias’ with 9-10 inch diameter.
Dahlia is also the national flower of Mexico.

3. Tulip

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You must have heard of the ‘flower garden of Keukenhof,’ this area in the Netherlands is among the world’s largest flower gardens that extend over a vast 32-hectare area.
Its a fact that the biggest floral industries in the world are located in the Netherlands and Germany.
Every spring, millions of tulips bloom in this garden. Imagine standing between these huge tulip farms.
While standing, surely you would feel like the heavens, because tulip is such a lovely flower that you could take notice of it immediately.
There are over 3,000 varieties of 150 distinct species plants belonging to tulip that is found throughout the world.
This popular flower variety makes it one of the world’s most used and grown plants.
Each spring, the cup-like tulip flowers open. This magnificent flowers, except blue, come in all the colors.

2. Orchids flowers

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Orchids are one of the earliest flowers ever, and varieties found throughout the world are countless.
The Orchids are believed to be on the planet before the continents on the planet earth were divided.
There are 28000 known Orchidaceae species throughout the world. 
However, the flower can still be seen on every continent except Antarctica; It is well grown in tropical climates.
The orchid’s bloom is heavy enough to carry it down to the soil, which makes it more beautiful.
Many consider orchids as among the loveliest and most beautiful flowers in the world we can get.

1. Rose

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Because of its timeless elegance, the red rose is the most beautiful flower in the world.
We can discover thousands of distinct kinds of roses in a variety of colors, as it is a universal sign of love and romance.
This flower suits every style, ranging from the classic red roses to the famous Juliet garden rose (most preferred wedding flower in the US).
Juliet garden rose is considered my many florists as the most beautiful rose variety.

There were a countless number of flowers and their countless varieties, which confused me while preparing this best flowers list which is only limited to 10.
It’s certainly hard to avoid the sheer awesomeness of the flowers from the timeless rose to the exotic lily. 
If you’ve had a bad day, it is sometimes just sufficient to look at something pretty like a flower. 
Therefore we often paint walls with a floral design to remind ourselves of all aspects to see beauty.
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Top 10 Celebs by Most Followers on Instagram

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It is the seventh-largest social media platform, with around 1 billion monthly active users worldwide to keep up with our friends or to celebrate our favorite events.
With the rise in Influencers on Instagram, there can also be livelihoods (or some free things at least).
Each time we post another warm selfie, where else can our friends hype ours publicly?
Regarding popular stars, this social media network is a perfect opportunity to keep nurturing their stardom.
The application gives what fans need, their stars’ everyday activities.
Our generation has fully witnessed the growth of the network, growing numbers in the top Instagram followers.
This happens when celebrities on Instagram give us a sneak-peek at their normal daily chores with stylish outings.
If you are curious to know who rules this Facebook-owned photo-sharing world, here are the top 10 accounts with most followers on Instagram 2020 list:

10. Taylor Swift: 127 million followers

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The prowess of Taylor’s online popularity would be double. On the other side, she has the mysterious, hidden clues in her updates, like the Secret Cult, to communicate with her followers.
She’s one of Instagram’s biggest cat ladies with Meredith’s, Olivia’s, and Benjamin’s pictures floating around explore feeds.
Taylor, while quite privately, does not fear to show her incredible dance skills and cats on her Instagram when it comes to sharing stuff on her profile.
Taylor regularly shares some crucial insights about her new albums, titles, and much more. 
Currently she holds her 10th spot compared to Justin Bieber by a small margin.
We, as her fans, can understand that her life is flowing smoothly, just like the way we like to see her.

National Geographic
As we are talking about celebrities, we can not include companies like Nat Geo on our list. 
The 135 contributing photographers submitted almost nature 20,000 pictures, each with an amazing and meaningful experience from their journeys. 
Over 750,000 user engagements have been made for every picture on this site, giving an insight into what kinds of images and stories resonate around the world. These are tales that bind us from massive storms to curious animals.

9. Neymar: 133 million followers

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Neymar Jr. is our first soccer player on the list, and more footballers are coming up. 
He’s currently playing as forward for Paris Saint Germain F.C.
Not surprisingly, as football is one of the highest-paid sport, his Instagram stories are full of photographs with other stars playing football, hanging out with popular celebrities while enjoying a luxury lifestyle generally. 
Neymar’s enthusiasm displays down to earth, certainly. He posts some crazy trick shots and fitness videos but also shares some pics of friends and “bros,” as well as hanging out with fans.

8. Beyonce: 141 million followers

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Beyoncé is an American Hollywood actress and singer who became renowned in the late 1990s as the lead singer of Destiny’s Child, one of the best-selling girl groups ever.
With her pregnancy announcement in 2017 at the top of the list, it was the most-liked Instagram post.
Her page is quite “straightforward,” most of the shots from her appearances and professional work, with a few posts with Jay Z and children.
Bey is notoriously privately concerned and, unlike a lot of celebrities, her Instagram feed is not a deep window into her personal life.
But it’s a pretty reliable window to her best looks–which includes every look she shares.

7. Leo Messi: 143 million followers

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Lionel Messi is among the best football players ever to have made the list of celebrities with the most followed Instagram accounts.
The Argentine footballer plays for the national team of FC Barcelona and Argentina, which has helped his team to lead to three straight football finals.
He once announced his retirement from international football, but he eventually rolled back his decision because of the backlash from his die-hard fans who wanted him back.
One of the most famous people in the world, his Instagram (which is not as active as others on this list) is what you could expect, shots of him, a glimpse into his personal life, and other activities.

6. Kim Kardashian West: 160 million followers

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Kim is reveals everything (really 😉) in her Instagram posts when she doesn’t share her new fashion line selfies.
Whether it is her latest outfit that day; her sisters or her adorable children, she is showing her latest makeup collection of her own, Kim has a stream of stories that are always on fire.
Kardashian sisters, including Kendall Jenner, Khloé Kardashian, Kylie, Kourtney Kardashian, and of course, Kim are termed as Queens of Social Media.
She is probably quite similar to her family members’ popular Instagram accounts.
She sometimes shares her posing photographs and activities, and personal items such as old family photos.

5. Kylie Jenner: 162 million followers

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Kylie shows something new every time like the latest products from her lip kits to her engaging photographs with Stormi.
She has surpassed her elder sister Kim in terms of social media following on Instagram.
Kylie primarily makes a fortune, through different collections of Kylie Cosmetics (in fact so much that currently, she is the youngest billionaire in the world).
Additionally, there are around 24 million followers on her official brand’s popular account. We can see luxury AF all the time literally.
Kylie’s posts encompass the lifestyle of “Instagram,” with mansions, pools, private jets, and more exotic supercars than you can see in your life.
Watching posts from Kylie is like the dream fantasy you must go through after a day of runoff.
She once held the top spot for as most liked picture from Instagram.
Her account reflects on her private life and work, with plenty of the baby and her partner’s photos.

4. Selena Gomez: 168 million followers

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Selena Gomez might be the most successful Instagram influencer, but the actress revealed she doesn’t even have the app on her phone. 
While she once had the highest spot, despite not Instagram posting as regularly as other Hollywood celebrities, Gomez has remained popular since.
Selena is just not late as the most followed person on Instagram (this year, made her slip to no. 4 from the top spot) as many of her latest posts are ads and social media marketing for big brands with which she associates, such as Coach or Puma. 
Nevertheless, Selena has mastered the art of crafting ads, which also are some of the posts that you want to double-tap. 
She fell to number 4, but over 168 million followers are amazing by itself. 
While she sometimes posts about her new projects and the work she is doing, her pictures are both fun and carefree, which makes her even more loveable.

3. Dwayne Johnson: 172 million followers

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson reveals his incredible exercises or cracking dad jokes through Instagram.
Rock’s fans depend on his constant stream of enjoyable, personal stuff regularly.
We know him for inspirational posts, which give his fans every day, a much needed positive attitude.
The star keeps people up to date with his workout routine.
It’s an ideal Instagram as it should be if you are looking related to fitness or some eye-candy.
Our favorite WWE star’s body is ripped with muscles as hard it can be, that’s why we call him The Rock.
His selfie videos showing the adorable teddy bear sleeping inside the armor suit are another of his Instagram highlights (although perhaps less celebrated). Now that’s tough and cute.

2. Ariana Grande: 175 million followers

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Ariana Grande would be a social media goddess in the world of Instagram. 
The pop music hitmaker is no stranger to the media, regardless of whether she releases chart-busting singles or boldly talks about their mental health. 
If she doesn’t share pictures of her Coachella Music festival acts or sets for the behind-the-scenes, she shares pictures of herself, friends portraying her goofing around.
Inevitably, one of the most famous and popular music artists in the world would be so popular on Instagram.
She fills her feeds with pictures of her success, other celebrities, and general examples of mainstream life.
The photo collection of Ariana is highly artistic, with lots of filtered pictures in black and white vintage style. 
She is also a natural professional master of publishing promotional pictures (concerts, campaign photos, and music videos).

1. Cristiano Ronaldo: 204 million followers

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Take the most popular sport in the world and combine it with a handsome face with exceptional skills of that sport, you’ll get the most followed person on Instagram.
Buzz Bingo analyzes to show that he made around $47.8 million for paid Instagram posts, which is more than any other user in the world–and no other celebrity is close to him.
His closest rival in earnings from Instagram is Leo Messi himself (his closest rival in the sport), who made $23.3 million from paid Instagram posts.
He is the captain of the Portugal National Team and currently plays for Juventus F.C. in 2020.
Ronaldo often posts his amazing soccer tricks and all the great places he’s been to around the world.
There are many family photos, soccer photographs of him and a lot of pictures with usually good things.
Cristiano Ronaldo has most followers on Instagram, with numbers reaching up to 203 million followers in 2020.

Oddly enough, the most followed Instagram account is @instagram itself, with 330 million followers in 2020.
They intend their feed to show Instagram’s best and most interesting users and trends.
They are also promoting the self-production of their IGTV content.

These were the most-followed people on Instagram to give you an idea of how social media is slowly strengthening its influence.
It’s 2020, and the times have changed, including the way information gets to us.
One thing that hasn’t changed is the status of Instagram as the most popular (or most influential) platform on the Internet.
Whether its the best streams or the most faithful glams, which stars are the greatest follow-up to tell a lot about the state of pop culture–what accounts we have is the thirst for constant beauty shots and what makes us hit a “Share” button (like the one below 😊).

Top 10 Best Fighter Jets in the World Today

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The jet fighters have come to dominate the skies for the first time since they were in the form of the Messerschmitt ME-262 during WW2.
There were many most advanced fighter jets over the past few decades, but some of them were the too deadly.
Fighting modern dog-fights demands being constantly one step ahead of opponents.
Rapid automation progress drives the development of arms and radars of the longer reach, lower signature targets, and advanced electronic warfare.
Technology defines air superiority now. As the fighting environment evolves, a fighter has to handle much than ever before, quickly.
Since the tactical agility and ability to adapt future technologies are considered from the beginning, new areas of functionality will be easily incorporated to develop sixth-generation jet fighters.
Here in this post, we will see the top best fighter jet in the world today in 2020:

10. Mikoyan MiG-35

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  • Origin: Russia
  • Performance: 2,100 km/h (1,300 mph, 1,100 kn) / Mach 2.0
  • Avionics: Phazotron Zhuk-A/AE active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar
  • Role: Multirole combat aircraft
  • Cost: US$50 million

With the improvements on MiG-29M/M2 and MiG-29K/KUB fighters, MiG-35 was described among the fourth generation Russian fighter jets.
The first version was a modification to the MiG-29M2 concept jet fighter previously used.
During the 2007 Aero India air show, Mikoyan officially displayed the first MiG-35 internationally.
In terms of combat efficiency improvement, universality, and operating characteristics of the MiG-35/MEG-35D combines developments of MIG-29K/KUB and MIG-29M/M2 planes.
MiG-35’s new design includes primarily the 5th-generation intelligence surveillance systems, compatible with applications of Russian and foreign weaponry, and interconnected range of defensive control systems to enhance combat sustainability.
The new total design overruns the baseline design concepts and allows the new aircraft as their Western counterparts to undertake massive-scale multi-role missions.

9. General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon

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  • Origin: United States
  • Performance: Mach 2.02
  • Avionics: AN/APG-68 radar & MIL-STD-1553
  • Role: Multirole combat aircraft
  • Cost: F-16A/B: US$14.6 million, F-16C/D: US$18.8 million

The F-16 is a single-engine, extremely versatile, supersonic, tactical fighter aircraft with multi-role capability.
It is much smaller, lighter than its predecessors with improved aerodynamics, and avionics but uses advanced fly-by-wire (FBW) control to achieve improved flight performance.
F-16 also includes the first use of relaxed static stability (RSS) in which a fighter aircraft is intentionally designed to be slightly aerodynamically unstable.
It has developed into a reliable all-weather, multi-role aircraft designed for an air fighter for supremacy.
Since they approved production in 1976, over 4,600 aircraft have been produced.
The only reason I didn’t include more advanced F-15 Eagle is because of its cost compared to F16.
The fact remains that both aircraft are built for different purposes, respectively. Ultimately the project and budget constraints depending overall cost of the military budget are also important.
When you compare it 1v1, the F-15’s advanced technology and arm power are far better.
Its payload is heavier, quicker, and the coverage is at higher altitudes.
When it comes to equipping an air force, the F-16 is the best choice since it is only half the cost when bought by the F-15 and less than half for its maintenance.

8. Dassault Rafale

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  • Origin: France
  • Performance: Mach 1.8
  • Avionics: MDPU Thales RBE2-AA AESA radar
  • Role: Omnirole
  • Cost: ~€70M (Depends on accessories)

The Rafale was designed as a modern and versatile jet fighter by a French aviation company called Dassault.
Dassault has included some new avionics in the multi-role fighter aircraft.
Looking at its overall multirole design, it’s evident that the designers have taken new measures to reduce the aircraft’s radar cross-section.
This is a very maneuverable aircraft. The Rafale can simultaneously track 40 targets and attack on four targets.
Purchasers can equip the aircraft in three different versions: RAFALE C single-seat, RAFALE M single-seat carrier, and RAFALE B twin-seat variant.
The plane will hold up to the latest American F-16 & F-15 models.
In the 21st century, the Dassault Rafale will be the backbone of French air power.

7. Eurofighter Typhoon

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  • Origin: Germany
  • Performance: 2,495 km/h (1,550 mph, 1,347 kn) / M2.0+
  • Avionics: Euroradar CAPTOR Radar
  • Role: Multirole
  • Cost: $105.7 million

The Eurofighter Typhoon divides perception among experts of military aviation.
Nevertheless, it is without question, a multi-role fighter in active service that is among the most effective in the world.
United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, and later Spain as a joint effort, developed it.
At the outset of the Dassault Rafale program, France was involved initially but separated shortly.
The Typhoon is a highly qualified and remarkably agile dogfighter.
Nonetheless, the new American fighter jets F-22 Raptor and F-35 are considered more powerful and technologically advanced.
But other than the F-15, Rafale, and Su-27, many experts find Eurofighter more capable.
We expect the Typhoon to remain operational in the late 2030s when either the New Generation Fighter or the BAE Tempest replaces it.

6. Sukhoi Su-35

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  • Origin: Russia
  • Performance: 2,400 km/h (1,500 mph, 1,300 kn) / M2.25
  • Avionics: Irbis-E passive electronically scanned array radar
  • Role: Multirole
  • Cost: US$83–85 million (Su-35S)

The multi-role Su-35 is a well designed, improved variant of the Su-27.
The Russian Air Force introduced Su-35, the fourth-generation fighter, in 2012.
This military jet was a substitute for the Su-27 and the MiG-29 fighters.
It’s a highly maneuverable and agile fighter with a long-range, high altitude, and massive artillery capabilities.
The Su-35 is primarily a most advanced fighter jet concerning air superiority (a big threat to Western 4th generation fighter aircraft).
Astonishingly, Sukhoi also has an air-to-ground secondary capability and can carry many weapons.
It has 12 hardpoints for the wing and fuselage and can bear weight up to 8,000 kg in weight.
Its large and powerful engines allow it to long-distance maneuvering thrusting.
The Sukhoi Su-35 can reach up to supersonic speeds even without an afterburner, which makes it one of the fastest fighter jets.
Highly maneuverable, the engines have a 3-dimensional thrust-vector.
But, in developing, purchasing, and hiring several of the latest technology, Russia falls behind.

5. Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet

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  • Origin: United States
  • Performance: Mach 1.8 (1,190 mph, 1,915 km/h) at 40,000 ft (12,190 m)
  • Avionics: Hughes APG-73 or Raytheon APG-79 Radar
  • Role: Carrier-based multirole fighter
  • Cost: US$70.5 million

In 2001, the Super Hornet entered service with the U.S. Navy, replacing the 2006 withdrawn Grumman F-14 Tomcat.
The F-18 Hornet is widely regarded as the most versatile multi-role aircraft in the United States Navy and Marine Corps.
For many years and in many war areas around the world, it has performed with distinction.
It was built in the 1970s by McDonnell Douglas and Northrop and began active service in the 1980s.
The first battle was during Libya’s 1986 bombing, and it also played a major role in the Gulf War of 1991 and later the Gulf War of 2003.
Other Air Forces, including the Royal Australian Air Force and the Spanish Air Force, also use Hornet.
The F-18 E/F Super Hornet, its larger and more technically capable variant, features updated avionics and other improvements to bring the aircraft to modern standards.

4. Chengdu J-20

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  • Origin: China
  • Performance: Mach 2+
  • Avionics: Type 1475 (KLJ-5) active electronically scanned array
  • Role: Stealth & Air superiority fighter
  • Cost: US$30–$50 million

The Chengdu J-20 is the newest addition of Chinese fighters jets.
It was designed to compete with jet fighters of the fifth generation, such as the US F-22 Raptor and advanced fighters of the fourth generation, such as the Russian Su-57.
Many experts speculate that the Russian MiG aviation company has supported the production of the Chengdu J20.
The initial low-rate development of this stealthy aircraft began in 2015.
In 2016, the Chinese Air Force received its first operational J-20 stealth fighters.
In 2017, China’s air force officially adopted this stealthy fighter.
China’s approach to its military programs has been more transparent over the past decade.
Even so, on this aircraft, there is little to no official information available.
The J-20 is designed with precision strike capability as an air superiority fighter; It comes down from the 1990s J-XX program.
Chengdu J-20 uses retractable guided missile launchers that come out on rails, enabling the internal weapons bay to be close down while the missiles are still hanging outside.
After the F-22 and F-35, the J-20 is the third operational fifth-generation stealth fighter aircraft in the world.
The J-20 features a blended fuselage, a canard delta configuration, low intakes of jet engines, and an integrated fly-by-wire system (FBW).
The aircraft made its first flight in January 2011, and Chengdu Aerospace Corporation officially unveiled it in 2016.
It entered the service of the People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) in March 2017 as an air-superiority fighter.

3. Sukhoi Su-57

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  • Origin: Russia
  • Performance: Mach 2 (2,120 km/h; 1,320 mph)
  • Avionics: Sh121 multifunctional integrated radio electronic system (MIRES)-Byelka radar
  • Role: Stealth & Air superiority fighter
  • Cost: US$42 million

Su-57 is intended as the first modern fighter jet to use stealth technology in the Russian military service.
Sukhoi, a product of PAK FA, will deliver the first aircraft of production in 2019, with a second in 2020.
On January 29, 2010, the maiden flights took place.
The jet is intended to overcome the previous-generation fighter plane, as well as ground and naval defense with super-maneuverability, stealth, and advanced avionics.
Sukhoi has designed the aircraft to carry out air defense and to attack missions the Russian Air Force and the Russian navy mainly.
It can defend all kinds of enemy targets for ground, air, and surface locations and monitor long distances in the Russian airspace.

2. Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II

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  • Origin: United States
  • Performance: 1,042 kn (1,199 mph, 1,930 km/h) (tested to Mach 1.61)
  • Avionics: Northrop Grumman Electronic Systems AN/APG-81 AESA radar
  • Role: Stealth & Multirole fighter
  • Cost (LRIP lot 12): F-35A: $82.4M, F-35B: US$108.0M, F-35C: US$103.1M

Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is a 5th generation, single-seat, and single-engine, all-weather, stealth, multi-role combat aircraft family for ground-assault and air-superiority operations.
F-35 Lightning II is the world’s first international multi-role 5th generation most powerful fighter jet.
The aircraft descends down from the Lockheed Martin X-35, competing against Boeing X-32 in 2001 to win the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program.
A tactical advantage over all other battle aviation is provided by the highly agile, stealthy design alongside an advanced sensor pack and modern weapon systems.
As the biggest and most expensive combat initiative, the F-35 was the subject of a lot of scrutiny and criticism in the United States and everywhere else.
In December 2006, the F-35 completed its maiden flight.
The trio of the F-35 version Strike Fighters would cover the A-10 and F-16 of the US Air Force, the F/A-18 of the US Navy, the F/A-18 and the AV-8B Harrier of the US Marine Forces and other aircraft versions for the other allied nations, including conventional take-offs and landings (CTOL), the short-off/vertical landings (STOVL), and the carriers variant (CV).

1. Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor

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  • Origin: United States
  • Performance: Mach 2.25
  • Avionics: AN/APG-77 or AN/APG-77(V)1 radar
  • Role: Stealth air superiority fighter
  • Cost: US$150 million

The F-22 Raptor developed by Lockheed Martin and Boeing is a single-seat, twin-engine fifth-generation extremely advanced tactical fighter.
The stealth, extremely advanced avionics, and higher performance like thrust-to-weight ratio with speed make this modern marvel a super-maneuverable dog-fighter.
Originally an air superiority fighter, it can additionally perform many other functions, including ground attack, electronic warfare, and signal intelligence.
The F-22 cannot be exported under US federal law to protect its stealth technology and other high-tech features.
Lockheed designed it to be highly difficult to detect and track by radar.
Airframe shaping such as edges alignment, fixed geometry serpentine bends, and angled vans that avoid the line of sight of motor faces.
With turbines from any outside view are all measures to reduce radar cross-sections (RCS), and the use of radar-absorbent material (RAM).
They can also add features such as hinges and fighter pilot helmets that can provide a radar return.
The F-22 also has reduced radio emissions, infrared signatures, and acoustic indications and extremely low naked eye visibility.
Flat thrust-vectoring nozzles minimize infrared exhaust emissions to reduce the risk of surface-to-air- and air-to-air missiles that use infrared homing (Heat Search). Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor
The F-22 began life as a straightforward air superiority fighter.
Besides, this airplane has faced a formidable air threat from the fighters of other countries since its launch.
It later switched to the multi-role combatant, with extra capacity for ground attack.

Top 10 Most Successful English Football Clubs

Football is an easy game played between twenty-two players and is loved throughout the globe.
But what makes Football the most popular sport in the world?
It’s an exciting game to play, and enthusiasts can play a quick game with their mates anytime and anywhere.
It’s a flexible sport with no requirements except a ball because even if there are no eleven-a-side number players, you can adjust it to something like a seven-a-side.
Speaking about professional footballers, at the end of it all comes down to overall prizes won.
According to overall prizes, won here are the top 10 most successful English football clubs:

10. Nottingham Forest

In the last football season, the Nottingham Forest team grabbed a total of thirteen national and international football trophies.
The club won a total of 2 FA Cups and a total of 4 Football League Cup and has achieved one English Premier League trophy until the present day.
Nottingham Forest once bagged the FA Community Shield and became the Full Members’ Cup’s winners twice.
The UEFA Super Cup was only once won by Nottingham Forest in its club history and UEFA Champions League twice till now.

9. Newcastle United

Newcastle United F.C. is among the biggest long-term sports team in English Football.
The entire population of the city supports its team profoundly.
However, Newcastle is also a club to be supported by everybody around the world as a strong team.
The roller coast ride to support the Toon is one of the best things football has to offer from its recent success to its wonderful history.
Returning to the Premier League, they still dream about finding an owner who will propel them financially back to the top table with Mike Ashley in charge.

8. Aston Villa

Aston Villa may be dropped out of the Premier League in the last ten years or so but was one of the first teams to win domestic championship titles and cups.
They have seven league titles and FA Cups for their first division, as well as a European Cup.

7. Everton

Everton Football Club is a Liverpool based English professional football club competing in the Premier League.
During their footballing career in the last 2019-20 football season, Everton was the recipient of 24 national and international football trophies.
Until now, the club has won 9 titles in the English Premier League and 5 FA Cups throughout its history.

6. Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs is an elite club that has long been playing at a top-level. In the UCL last year, they were finalists.
In the past 2019-20 football season, Tottenham Hotspur won a total of 26 international and national soccer trophies in its club career.
Two titles from the English Premier League have been achieved by the club so far.
Besides, in their club history, they have won a total of eight FA Cups and four Football League.
Nine times up until now, Tottenham Hotspur won the FA Community Shield and was formerly the winner of the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup.
In their club history, Tottenham Hotspur has twice won the UEFA Europa League.

5. Manchester City

The reigning champions of the Premier League. Holders of FA Cup and League Cup.
The British club comprises some of the biggest South American football stars like Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus, Ederson, and of course, the crowd-pleaser Fernandinho.
It is also helpful to know that they won half the last eight titles from the Premier League.
Manchester City has become the standard for other teams after a huge and sustained financial investment. ⠀

4. Chelsea

The Blues, undoubtedly a modern giant, funded in billions by Roman Abramovich, is perhaps the most successful English club last decade before Man United.
Chelsea has been the winner in the UEFA Champions League four times before and has once been the winner of FA Community Shield.
The English club has doubled the UEFA Winners’ Cup and once won the UEFA Super Cup.
Once in its club history, Chelsea has reached the UEFA Europa League.

3. Arsenal

Arsenal Football Club is a professional football club that plays in the Premier League, England’s top football flight in Islington, London.
In England, Arsenal is one of the three leading clubs since they are promoted to the First Division.
Even though they are far from winning the league these days, sometimes they still won an FA Cup.

2. Liverpool

In terms of trophies and the UCL champions Liverpool are Manchester United’s biggest rivals.
As of the last football season, Liverpool has won 61 national and international football trophies.
They are now the second most successful English football team on our list of the top 10.
So far, the club has won 18 titles in the English Premier League, winning eight FA Cups and eight Football League Cups.
Liverpool has been the winner of the FA Community Shield 15 times, and the UEFA Champions League has been won five times.
Three times since its inception, the English club has won the UEFA Europa League.
Three times in their club history, Liverpool achieved the UEFA Super Cup.

1. Manchester United

Manchester United acquired the first place, to no surprise. Even in the Premier League era, they are the Team with the most league titles.
Manchester United was not fighting for the title every season long ago but, since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure, they have flown all over, but this has not prevented them from winning any additional Trophies, the FA Cup and the Europa League in recent times.
Man United, is without a doubt, the biggest club in the UK at the moment.
The red devils have developed an enormous global track record thanks to the efforts of legendary managers Sir Matt Busby and Sir Alex Ferguson.

Top 10 Rarest Animals in the World

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The survival of endangered species by low breeding rate, habitat loss, and the effects of climate change is a dangerous problem caused by human beings.
For general awareness, I will list down some nearly extinct animals that are struggling for their existence on this planet.
To justify their existence, I will exclude common-looking yet not so common animals like endangered philippine deer or northern hairy-nosed wombat.
Its because we humans to satisfy our visual appeal only care about those species with exotic appearance. These are the top 10 rarest animals in the world list:

10. Pangolin

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You probably have never heard of the shy and nocturnal Pangolin, which lives in Asia and Africa’s forests or grasslands. 
Pangolins are cute, small (approximately house cat’s size), and can protect themselves if they feel threatened by curling up in a circle. 
They are also incredibly popular vulnerable species plus the most trafficked mammal in the world. 
WildAid estimates that every year people catch up to 100,000 pangolins for their scales and their meat.
Conservationists struggle to save the Pangolin, the world’s most illegally sold mammal before they are “eaten to near extinction.”
Chinese, Vietnamese, and South-East Asian communities consider Pangolin’s meat a delicacy, whereas scales are valuable for traditional medicine. 
There are still eight species to exist in India, China, South-East Asia and parts of Africa.

9. Javan Rhino

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Javan Rhinoceros is one of the few five sub-specious and is closest to Indian Rhino species but small in size.
The Javan Rhinos were once plentiful in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, but now only about sixty (searched into two known populations) are left in the wild.
They are now in the Critically Endangered list. There are no Javan Rhinos left in the wild.
We can consider the Vietnam War as the biggest reason for Javan Rhino’s depletion, as it has severely depleted its natural habitat, and is considered as one of the biggest disruptions to the existence of Javan Rhino.
Poachers are looking for their horns like other rhino populations to sell in the black market.
In the last 15 years, only two female Sumatran rhinoceros have bred successfully, but efforts of breeding programs in captivity have not worked well.

8. Red Wolf

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The Red Wolf is the Gray Wolf’s cousin. Although native to Florida and the southeast, in eastern North Carolina, you may find just around 25 to 40 individuals living in the wild. 
IUCN classifies Red wolves in the critically endangered list.
Conservation efforts to save these intelligent animals have been made, but they are still on the brink of extinction. 
We know these canine species for their shyness and lifelong mating. In fact, in the wild in 1980, the Red Wolf was deemed extinct. 
The number of Red Wolves in captivity has risen to 207, and there are now around 100 in the wild. 
A success story, sure, but there are still causes that have contributed to the Red Wolf’s endangerment, including the serious decline of their hunting ground. 
Fortunately, there are wildlife reserves to protect these wolves against urban expansion in their natural habitat.

7. Okapi

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Although this rare species is sometimes called forest giraffes, it looks nothing like a giraffe until you look closer.
Okapis have a long tongue, yet their limbs have black and white stripes like a zebra and physique like a horse.
Okapi is the giraffe’s sole living relative, as both belong to the family of Giraffidae, with giraffes are of the genus Giraffa while Okapis are of Okapia.
The history of the Okapi appears to be back in ancient Egypt, where we can find wall engravings of these animals.
There were stories of an “African Unicorn” in Europe and Asia before the 20th century.
In 1887, Henry Morton Stanley described a kind of donkey named “Atti” in the Congo.
Today we know it that such species mentioned could be the Okapi. Scientists, zoologists, and scholars today are much better acquainted with these weird animals.
The reality that the genus Okapia johnstoni is a true fossil, a living creature who seems the way his ancient ancestors are and does not live in close relations, for example, the fact that they are like the giraffe, given its zebra-like coloring.

6. Amur Leopard

We also know Amur leopards as an Eastern leopard, which is the most endangered feline species in the world.
This is a solitary, nocturnal leopard with an estimated wild population of over 84 individuals live in the forests of the Amur basin in eastern Russia with some spread around neighboring China and a new sanctuary built-in 2012.
The leopards in Amur have the lowest levels of genetic variation (mating with genetic relatives) than any leopard subspecies, leaving them particularly vulnerable to extinction.
Amur leopard has a thick coat and long thick hair, which varies on their environments from creamy yellow to rusty orange.
Their rosettes (spots), have thicker black borders and are more widespread than other leopard subspecies.
The legs and the paw size are larger than other subspecies, which makes their movement in deep snow easier.
Despite human interference plays a significant role in the endangered state of Amur leopards, their low degree of genetic variation for the recent population decline has caused several health problems including reduced fertility.

5. The Elephant Shrew

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This little African rodent is the golden-rumped elephant shrew.
In the elephant shrew family, it is the largest genus with its closest relative, the gray sengi.
The shrew is known as a gold-rumped elephant shrew and is among the world’s most endangered species, primarily because of scattered forests and anthropological circumstances.
Their population is most prominent in Kenya’s Arabuko Sokoke Reserve, but we destroyed their ecosystem because of deforestation.
Hunters capture them in traps, but because of the terrible taste of their meat, natives do not use them as a food source.

4. Angel Shark

We can find these species in the Black Sea, Mediterranean, and Northern Atlantic.
Overfishing is one of the reasons for their decline. In the Canary Islands and the Southern Caribbean, there are only a few Angel Sharks remaining.
This animal lies under the sand, to hunt looking for fish to swim in the attack zone. Angel sharks mostly eat small fish and other small marine animals.

3. Golden Tabby Tiger

Only in captivity is this type of rare tiger found. Unlike other tigers, it has a recessive gene and is sometimes called the Strawberry Tiger or Golden Tabby. 
Such tigers have a majority of genes similar to Bengal tigers, but typically have Amur tiger genes in their lineage. 
The last appearance in the wilderness of golden tiger was in the early 1900s in India, and they’re unusually associated with areas with high concentrations of clay on the soil. 
We can be sure that fewer than 30 of these tigers exist in captivity.

2. Vaquita

Many marine mammals like Blue Whales and Dolphins fall into in IUCN endangered species list.
One species is facing a serious existential threat, Vaquita.
Vaquita is the smallest of the marine mammal, around four feet and a half in size. In Spanish, the name of the animal means “little cow.” 
The Marine mammal center now estimates that only about 10-15 vaquitas remain in the world and that their population has decreased at an astonishing rate.
The species is native to Mexico and the Gulf of California. Fishers who use gillnets are threatening their existence.
In cooperation with international environmental scientists, animal care professionals, and marine mammal veterinarians, the Marine Mammal Institute is working to protect vaquita by demanding removal gillnets.
These helpless animals that are going extinct soon will completely go extinct until the end of 2020 if we don’t take a firm step for their conservation.

1. Saola

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If you never heard of the Saola, don’t feel bad. This animal is so rare that scientific researchers only have seen it four times in the wild until now (yes, four times).
Which makes Saola, the rarest animal in the world, they are sometimes known as ‘Asian unicorn.’
Saola is known for the two horns on his head and the white marks on its face and can only found in Southeast Asia’s Laos and Vietnam.
Saolas are closely related to cattle, but they look like antelopes a little more.
The major causes of Saola’s risk of extinction because of habitat loss are poaching and deforestation.
Limiting habitat requirements and aversion to human proximity threaten their habitat loss even more.
Saola has suffered injuries because of local hunting and illegal trade in furs, as food for medicines and meat.

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Top 10 Biggest Flowers in the World

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Flowers have beautified the landscape of this planet for millions of years. 
Plants succeeded in using their flower’s deceptive development–using color and smell to attract insects and animals for successful pollination. 
There are many fragrant and beautiful flowers on earth, but many of them are similar in size (about 1 inch to 5 inches in diameter).
But when it comes to visibility size, and bright colors play as important factors to attract insects.
Smell too is an additional characteristic for plant reproduction and, there are many best smelling flowers.
However, in this post, we are listing down only those plant species with an only size advantage for their flowerets.
These are the top 10 biggest flowers in the world:

10. Lotus

largest flower in the world

The lotus flower is one of the world’s most recognizable and sacred flowers.
The stunning flower is a universal symbol of some of history’s most influential cultures and is the national flower of India.
Lotus’s color influences its important significance.
The Nelumbo family’s white lotus flowers and pink lotus are seen as sacredness.
Lotus flowers can conclude a spiritual meaning of ascent, enlightenment, or renaissance in more bright colors red, purple, and blue.
It mostly grows in murky and shallow waters and need warm sunlight to grow, but are cold climate intolerant.
This flower would not flourish in winter, consequently, as it is aquatic.
With its roots in the deeper sludge, this flower only thrives in under muddy still water.
The short twigs go up into the water, and the waxy waterproof leaves sit right on or above the water surface.
Its bloom, which is above the water surface, commonly has a diameter up to 20 centimeters (7 inches) when fully matured.

9. Magnolia

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The first flowering plant on Earth is believed by researchers to be magnolias. 
One of the world’s biggest flowering plants, as believed by many researchers, is also the first flowering plant on earth.
Fossils prove that they have been on Earth for around 100 million years, according to scientific research
Because magnolia is so old, the flowers have no real petals and sepals; they have petal-like tepals instead. 
The flowers are not nectar-producing, but they do attract pollinating beetles with fragrant and sweet secretions. 
Magnolia flowers come according to variety in various shapes, sizes, and colors. 
The magnolia family comprises high and fluffy trees with pink, white, red, purple, yellow blossoms.
Most magnolia varieties have wide bulbs measuring 6 to 8 inches in diameter.

8. Hibiscus

Biggest Flower in the World

Hibiscus or Hibiscus sabdariffa is one of the world’s largest flower. 
These beautiful bright flowers surely beautify a home or garden but are also used as medicine.
We can find these plants in various colors like red, yellow, white, and peach. 
Sizewise, Hibiscus can be as wide as 8 inches in diameter. 
The hibiscus family is a mix of diverse plants–from annuals to perennials and shrubs–famed for their large, audacious bloom, often as big as a plate.

7. Tree peony

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Common peony is an exquisite flower but, its bigger counterpart, the tree peony, is a very different plant.
Tree peonies are woody shrubs, with no support, as some grow at 10 feet high.
They have many forms, colors, and fragrances, and their flowers are much bigger and typically bloom about two weeks earlier than herby peonies.
Chinese use them as decorative ornaments and for medicinal purposes.

6. Common Sunflower

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Sunflowers are mainly from North and South America, and some species are cultivated in farms for the spectacular sizes of their blossom and for their edible seeds (to make sunflower oil or can directly be eaten roasted).
At least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight per day is needed for the sunflowers, the better if you try to maximize their potential for size.
The excessive blooming of gigantic sunflowers is difficult to top.
On towering stems, the Russian variety opens flowers up to 14 inches in diameter, 9 to 12 feet high.
Farmers generally sow seeds in spring while they harvest the crop at the end of summer.
If considered usability, Sunflower is the biggest flower in the world.

5. Puya raimondii

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Puya raimondii is the largest bromeliad species, with a height up to 15 m and is also known as the queen of the Andes.
We can find this type of plant species in Bolivian and Peruvian forests from the high Andes.
The flower can reach a height of up to 30 feet (9.14 m), which contains 8-12 million seeds per plant.
The Queen of the Andes in the wild have only three populations.
There are thousands of species comprising the bromeliad group, but Puya raimondii has less genetic diversity.
Puya raimondii is currently on a verge of extinction because of the inability to adapt to climate change and deforestation.

4. Neptune grass (Posidonia oceanica)

most biggest flower in the world

The Posidonia Oceanica, which is also named “Neptune grass,” has been sequenced by a group of scientists to be around 200,000 old seaweed covering ocean floors from Spain to Cyprus.
The plant has roots, twigs, leaves, flowers, and it creates fruits known as sea olives.
It should not be confused with algae. It flowers in the autumn.
The leaves are tape-shaped, measuring between 1 cm in width and between 30 and 120 cm in length.
This aquatic plant lives in the Mediterranean Sea and in certain areas south of Australia, with similar characteristics to dry land.
Among the many strengths of Neptune Grass is that it oxidizes the oceans and is also a food source for many animal species.
Its appearance also shows that the water is of good quality and is well stored. Biologists often term Posidonia Oceanica as “Mediterranean’s Lungs.”

3. Talipot palm

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Talipot palm is one of the world’s largest palms, having origins from South India.
It has a height of up to 25 m and a diameter of stems of up to 1.3 m.
It is a palm fan with a diameter of up to 5 m, a petiole up to 4 m, and around 130 leaflets.
The Talipot Palm has one or more million small flowers, the largest inflorescence in any plant, 6-8 m long, on a branched trunk stitched on top of a trunk.
The Talipot palms are monocarpic, which means they flower only once at the age of 30 to 80.
Talipot Palm has many uses it is as useful as coconut in its native region, and Talipot fruits, which are surprisingly tasty, are known as ice apple.

2. Titan arum

Amorphophallus titanum

Titan arum, also known as Amorphophallus titanum or death flower, is the flowering plant with the largest unbranched inflorescence in the world, that bloom rarely for a short period. 
It is not among best-smelling flowers as this flower releases while it is in bloom a smell, like a rotten corpse. 
Fluorescence of the titan arum is not as large as the talipot palm but rather branches off, unlike talipot, which makes it a bigger flower. 
The plant itself reaches approximately 10 to 15 feet in height, and the leaves can be as large as 13 feet (4 m). 
The tallest recorded bloom of corpse flower, according to Guinness Book of World Records, was 10 feet 2.225 inches tall that also makes titan arum as the tallest flower in the world.
In the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the corpse flower is classified as “vulnerable” in the Red List of Threatened Plants. 
But, if the conditions that affect its life and reproduction do not change, the plant may become endangered. 
Habitat loss and devastation are the primary threats.

1. Rafflesia arnoldii

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Rafflesia arnoldii is the largest flower in the world that has a diameter of over three feet. 
It is also known as Rafflesia tuanmudae or Stinking corpse lily or corpse flower and is one of the largest living organisms.
This parasitic plant is steady, not visible until it is about to bloom, with no roots, stems, twigs, or leaves.
Buds arise over months to the size of the cabbage without a sign of the contaminated host plant.
Corpse flower’s bloom too has a rotten corpse smell (more intense than Titan arum).
While the flies gain nothing from the flowers, the pollen sticks to its back as they rest on the bloom, attracted by its rotten meat scent. 
When these flies pass into a female flora, the pollen is released in the flowers so they can fertilize it. 
Its produced fruit has thousands of seeds and is fleshy and small. 
Such fruits are consumed by tree shrews, which then continue to disperse the plant’s seeds (by excretion). 
Since Rafflesia is a unisexual plant and an uncommon one, flies sitting on a male’s bloom and bringing pollen from that flower have low chances of sitting on a female bloom and passing pollen into female for fertilization.
Rafflesia arnoldii is one of the world’s most endangered plant species. 
The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) classifies certain Rafflesian species, such as Rafflesia Magnifica, as “critically endangered.”
Rafflesia’s two primary factors contributing to the extinction of these species are the limited geographic area of this species and deforestation.

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Top 10 Most Dangerous Roads in the World

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Nowdays, many automobile companies deploy modern, creative technologies to reduce accidents and enhance road safety.
In that respect, we will look at some of the craziest roads in the world and see how their distinct characteristics may make this modern technology is as useless as an inflatable tub for a skilled Olympic swimmer.
Whether you travel by car or motorbike, these ways always have a factor of threat constantly forming around.
Including freeways, expressways, dirt roads, mountain passes, etc. here is the list of 10 most dangerous roads in the world:

10. BR-116, Brazil

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It is the second-longest highway in the nation at 4,385 kilometers (2,725 mi), stretching from the south of Brazil to the north, approximately parallel to the coastline.
Due to many accidents caused by the region’s unpredictable weather conditions, the highway is called ‘Highway to Hell’ or ‘Highway of Death.’
It is one of the world’s most dangerous roads, jam-packed with hazards to bone-cracking weather.
No matter how fast your car is or how strong your driving judgment is, as this path needs 100% focus and ignoring its lethality could be the biggest (or last) mistake.
Even if the driver drives the vehicle carefully, this highway has a reputation for taking the lives of most experienced people.
Every year, the highway records for thousands of road deaths.
It’s no wonder with horrible road surfaces, bad climate, and often dangerously close to cliff tops.
Not only that, police patrols are extremely rare, and tribes and armed looters often attack drivers.

9. The Way to Fairy Meadows, Pakistan

10 most dangerous road in the world

The meaning of its official name might scare people even before traveling this deadly path. 
Fairy Meadows Road is a 16.2 km long, picturesque, and hazardous elevated mountain pass in Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan region.
This road connects to the grasslands near one of the base campsites of the Nanga Parbat (Naked Mountain in Sanskrit), the mountain itself is nicknamed “Killer Mountain.”
The gravel road is unmaintained, there are no guardrails to safeguard you, and it goes so narrow near its end that by hiking or biking just next to the edge, you will have to cross it.
Nanga Parbat pass is narrowly wider than a regular Jeep Wrangler, and traffic to cover is beyond its capacity.
With one wrong move, the drops are notably deep and deadly.
Since it was constructed hundreds of years earlier by the Nanga Parbat Mountain natives, the gravel road has received no maintenance from the Pakistani Government.

8. Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway

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This 8.3-kilometer-long expressway in Møre Og Romsdal is the Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway, or Atlantic Road.
It’s among the extremely deadliest and craziest roads in the world.
The highway was built in the 1980s and has become one of the most famous and frightening locations for tourists.
Imagine this, you are driving on a road where conditions are so bad that you are unsure of securely reaching the destination.
Driving during a snowstorm is certainly a frightening experience, imagine riding down a roller coaster-like slippery highway where you feel with the crash of each wave crash on the bridge like raging seas can blow your vehicle into the ocean at any given moment.

7. R504 Kolyma Highway ("The Road of Bones"), Russia

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The 2,032 km lengthy Kolyma Highway links the towns of Magadan and Yakutsk to one of the primary highways in the Russian Far East.
Construction continued (by gulag camp inmates) until 1953.
Locals view the highway as a memorial place because there are buried bodies and bones the prisoners who died while constructing it.
While highway employees are trying to maintain it in a satisfying condition, Kolyma is still full of risks.
There is no asphalt because of the permafrost, creating a traffic jam caused by mud every moment the summer floods destroy the region.
Many sharp rocks from the passing vehicles slice tires and dust decrease visibility to close none.
Occasionally, rivers wash out the highway making it extremely difficult to pass in quicksand-like conditions.
The temperature falls to minus 60 degrees in the winter.
And the ideal meal for the wild animals living around is a cold, solitary tourist in a broken-down vehicle straight in the center of nowhere on the lonely R504 highway.

6. Zoji La Pass, India

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Because of its magnificent landscapes, you must have fantasized about a bike ride on a highway like this, but the Zoji La Pass is seemingly the difficult mountain trail.
Located over 11,000 feet above sea level, this route connects the Srinagar to Leh.
The views one gets on this while walking is just amazing to tell the least.
Even with a four-wheel-drive vehicle, the highway can be impassable during and after a storm and can quickly get muddy if it rains, leaving it difficult to get through.
The region experiences regular stormy winds and heavy snowfall, making it impassable for much of the winter.
The roads are narrow, steep mountains, and there is no barrier between you and the abyss, even during bright sunlight.
This road is quite popular among bikers, and also one of the most dangerous roads in India if not the Himalayas.

5. Sichuan-Tibet Highway, China

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The Sichuan-Tibet Highway is a high-altitude long (2,142km) highway that starts east at Sichuan’s Chengdu and finishes west at Lhasa in Tibet.
Also notorious for terrible riding conditions and sharp mountain-side hairpins.
Driving in the poor climate along single-track passages can be a big task for a less skilled driver.
Landslides and avalanches of rocks are common occurrences here.
Sichuan-Tibet highway runs through 14 tallest mountains averaging 4,000-5000m in height, crossing tens of big rivers, prehistoric forest, weak river bridges, and countless deadly intersections.
Oxygen is also scarce-at only half of that at sea level.
Here vehicles are stuck for weeks in the mud, there are frequent conflicts, robbery, harassment, and even kidnappings.
Make sure that you get your car fully equipped before you travel this highway.
A common scene on this expressway is the sight of wrecked cars spread across.

4.Taroko Gorge Road, Taiwan

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The Taroko Gorge is a must-see site in Taiwan as it is located on the country’s east side in a 19-kilometer-long valley, Taroko Gorge is just one of Taiwan’s eight national parks.
If you are considering a road-trip on this beautiful highway, It is one of the scariest roads in the world; The highway itself is sculpted out of the face of the hill.
Also recognized as the Central Cross-Island Highway, the Taroko Gorge Road has hall the aspects that a safe highway should have except one — the road is very narrow and runs across the mountain’s face.
Only one big car can move through at one moment (such as a tourist bus).
The Taroko Gorge Road is a dangerous mountain corridor, like the Guoliang Tunnel Road in China.
Taiwanese guidebooks mention that it took 450 lives to build.

3. Complete Himalayan Road Network, India, Nepal,China & Pakistan

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Road networks across the Himalayas are among the most beautiful roads in the world and infamous in locations for their bad quality of construction.
There are often unfenced, narrow, slippery mountain passes packed with crashed vehicles and tumbled over buses.
You can plan to discover risk waiting whenever you’re heading to the top of the world.
Some of the most dangerous in the world are the highways leading up to the Himalayan mountain range.
The famous Zojila Pass, Karakoram Highway & our top ranker are some of the Himalayan roads in this list.
The 11,578-foot highway, which lies on the Himalayan range’s lower level, is nothing more than a one-lane collapsing gravel path that covers some world’s highest mountains, with imminent death waiting for those unprepared to catch up.

2."Road of Death", Bolivia

North Yungas Road "Road of Death," Bolivia

It’s not a good idea to travel on a highway nicknamed “The Road of Death.”
The Road of Death, also known as Bolivian Yungas Road, connects La Paz to Coroico, which is almost 50 miles as a one-lane dirt road, with vertical drops of as much as 3,000 feet down into the Amazon rainforest.
Shockingly, there are over 200 hairpin turns on the road.
Almost 300 run riders typically died on the road each year continuously till 1994.
In places where unsuspecting people have plunged over precipices and crashed into the jungle ravines below, we can see many improvised memorials.
Fortunately, a two-lane paved road has now bypassed the worst part of the road, thus reducing vehicle traffic on the road.
But cyclists still challenge the Death Road, and unsurprisingly, some of them die.
We can almost consider the road from South Yungas to Cochabamba (North Yungas Road) is a death trap.

1. Killar to Pangi Road, via Kishtwar, India

Pangi via Kishtwar road

This gut-wrenching highway only applies to individuals who regularly drive in the hills and have steel nerves.
Killer to Pangi road is considered as the most dangerous road in the world.
This rocky, fragile mountain pass is about 70 miles long, open only during the summer months.
Especially deadliest is a six-mile stretch of road; rocky overhangs look like they might collapse on at any moment.
Local villagers built this road hundreds of years ago and haven’t been fixed over the decades.
This dirt-and-gravel highway is unstable in some spots, only wide enough for one jeep at a time and that too without guardrails.
A wrong driver’s move might send a car down a vertical 2,000-foot 90-degree cliff.
This mountain trail is so frightening that it is too difficult to see pictures or videos of people riding over it, the anxiety is like watching a slasher horror movie.

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Top 10 Tallest Roller Coasters in the World

There is nothing like riding a roller coaster, especially in new theme parks.
Just before lift hill, the built-up tension released by free fall and turns, as riders scream and zero-gravity weightlessness is the best experience you can have.
According to the roller coaster database, roller coasters can we can divide roller coasters into two categories: Steel and Wooden coasters. In this post, we will be concerned only about tall Steel roller coasters.
Here is the list for top 10 tallest roller coasters in the world in 2020:

10. Orion: 300-Foot Drop

  • Kings Island amusement park, Mason, Ohio, United States
  • Speed: 91 mph

A new roller coastline located Kings Island become one of just seven gigantic coasters (a 300-399-meter class high or falling roller coasters).
Riders fall to their first depth of 300 feet and are on average at a speed of up to 3 minutes on seven further pathways and a track of 5,321 feet.
This roller coaster and other roller Banshee and Diamondback coasters were built by Bolliger & Mabillard (B&M) only for  Kings Island.
The coaster’s minimum height requirement is 54 inches.

9. Intimidator 305: 305-Foot Drop

  • Kings Dominion, Doswell, Virginia, United States
  • Speed: 90 mph

Intimidator 305 is a steel-constructed second Giga Coaster in North America, which is located in King’s Dominion amusement park in Doswell, Virginia.
Inaugurated in 2010, it reaches 93 meters, the highest height.
The first drop is 91 meters in height, and the maximum angle of descent is 85 degrees.
The first turn of the ride was significantly rebuilt after the first season of operation, to reduce the number of gray outs and blackouts that many riders experienced on this thrill ride.
Theme park owners invested $25 million for the construction of this coaster.
It is termed for late NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt who was nicknamed The Intimidator.
This coaster is no less intimidating as both tallest fastest to give you an adrenaline rush at a speed of 140 kph.

8. Leviathan: 306-Foot Drop

  • Canada's Wonderland, Vaughan, Ontario, Canada
  • Speed: 92 mph

Don’t look any further if you are an ambitious thrill seeker who is looking to overcome the highest and fastest roller coaster in Canada.
Leviathan will take you on the journey of your life just like its name of mystical creature.
With an incredible 80 degrees descent, riders could ascend the highest peak on this latest Giga coaster.
The Leviathan stands at a dizzying height of 93 meters and is situated in Wonderland Amusement Park in Vaughan, Ontario, with a drop of the same length.
It was started in 2012 and has a top speed of 148 km/h (eighth fastest roller coaster in the world).
The steel coaster has a significant number of crazy drops over its track length.

7. Millennium Force: 300-Foot Drop

  • Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio, United States
  • Speed: 93 mph

Millennium Force is a roller coaster located at Cedar Point amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio, United States.
Since the opening of the Blue Streak in 1964, this is 14th Roller Coaster.
When the Millennium Force started in 2000, it set six world records and was the first Giga Coaster in the world. 
It has a 91-meter-high drop, which reaches a top speed of 150 km/h.
Fury 325, a mammoth 325-foot-high coaster that debuted in 2015 at Cedar Point’s sister property, Carowinds, in Charlotte, North Carolina overtook the title from Millennium Force, which was voted as the best steel roller coaster for six straight years.

6. Steel Dragon 2000: 307-Foot Drop

  • Nagashima Spa Land, Mie Prefecture, Japan
  • Speed: 95 mph

This coaster boasts a significantly simple linear design like a fast train traveling at a top speed of 153 km/h on a twisted launchpad track.
It’s named Dragon, not because of the design but it was opened in 2000, the Year of the Dragon.
This 97-meter-high steel coaster is located in Nagashima Spa Land, Japan, and features a maximum drop of 93 meters and two tunnels.

5. Fury 325: 320-Foot Drop

  • Carowinds, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
  • Speed: 95 mph

Fury 325 is a roller coaster located at the Charlotte, North Carolina amusement park.
In the Carowinds Amusement Park of Charlotte, North Carolina, the new Fury 325 roller coaster’s height is above the Statue of Liberty and drops at an 81-degree stomach-churning angle.
The riders reach speeds of up to 153 km/h during the ride, experience extreme G-force because of its sharp curves with combined high speed.
Fury 325 attracts many people as it passes under and above the main entrance of the park.
As already mentioned, beating the six-year streak of the Millennium Force, Fury 325 is winning the Best Steel Coaster award and Best Roller coaster title since its four years running.

4. Red Force: 367-Foot Drop

  • PortAventura World, Salou, Catalonia, Spain
  • Speed: 112 mph

The Red Force is the fastest and tallest roller coaster in Europe. Its brutal acceleration of the ride overshadows its summit height.
Thrill-seekers are at their highest speed of 180 kph and accelerate from 0-100 km/h in approx 2s, pulled by a whopping horizontal G force of 1.35 G during initial acceleration.
As the coaster swoops down, people on board feel 4G downforce before they have enough time to scream, plummet, or understand.
In the Spanish theme park PortAventura, Red Force is the starting point of the recently opened Ferrari Land.
With the train-car that imitates the appearance of a Formula One vehicle, the design ensures that the ride was as rapid as the actual F1 car.

3. Superman: Escape from Krypton: 328.1-Foot Drop

  • Six Flags Magic Mountain, Valencia, California
  • Speed: 106.9 mph

Designed and built by Intamin at the end of the 1990s, the first Reverse Free Fall Coaster was the world’s first ride to break down the 160 km/h barrier, as well as the world’s highest roller coaster.
It is still the 3rd highest roller coaster in the world. Even now. It opened in 1997 and is still in operation.
It is 126.5 meters high and has a heartstopping 108.2-meter drop.
This thrilling ride has a top speed of just over 167 km/h. Like SUPERMAN, you will take off, launching up the trail at 90 degrees, a total of 415 feet in the air!
This roller coaster not only has high acceleration but also combines weightlessness and the experience of free fall, which makes this ride so unique and attractive.

2. Top Thrill Dragster: 400-Foot Drop

  • Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio, United States
  • Speed: 120 mph

The second-highest roller coaster, Top Thrill Dragster, is located in Cedar Point, Ohio.
The ride takes a 17-second hydraulic launch to ascend and is still enough to terrify the most daring adventurers.
It was opened in 2003 with a total height of 130 meters and a 120-meter drop. In just 3.8 seconds, this coaster reaches an astonishing speed of 190kph.

1. Kingda Ka: 418-Foot Drop

  • Six Flags Great Adventure, Jackson, New Jersey, United States
  • Speed: 128 mph

Kingda Ka is located at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey is the tallest roller coaster in the world.
Opened in 2005 with a total height of 139 meters and with a straight vertical, 127 m high heart-stopping drop is a world record.
It reaches its insane top speed of 206 km/h in a short time of 3.5 seconds, which exceeds any sports bike or fast car.

There are many world’s tallest coasters options available for us Americans as weekend getaways.

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