Nemo 33, Brussels Why It’s Cool: At 108 feet deep, the world’s deepest recreational pool is one of the most popular diving facilities in the world, thanks to its playful and unconventional design. The pool features a cylindrical deep-dive pit, flat platforms at various depth levels (16 feet and 33 feet, respectively), and large windows for spectators.
February 2, 2012. A woman looks out of a window covered in frost on a bus in Bucharest, Romania. At least 11,000 villagers have been trapped by heavy snow and blizzards in Serbia's mountains, as the death toll from Eastern Europe's week-long deep freeze rose to 122, many of them homeless people.