Hello and happy Monday! I have some more fall inspiration for you guys today because... well, basically I just can't get enough of fall! Enjoy. :)SourceLeft: Source Right: SourceSourceLeft: Source Right: SourceSourceLeft: Source Right: SourceSource
"Yusupov Palace in the 1890s. Built in 1770 during the reign of Catherine the Great, the Yusupov family had “status” to preserve as there were many other wealthy families who were not a part of the ruling Romanov family. Among these families were the Sheremetevs who owned the Fountain House in St. Petersburg and for whom the main airport in Moscow is named. It was a tall order to “keep up with the Sheremetevs”. The Yusupov Palace did its job well."
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Star Wars Speeder Bike drone puts mini trooper in the air | Joining the growing number of drones crafted to be miniature flying replicas of movie staples is a new mini Star Wars speeder bike being piloted by a Scout Trooper. (video)
The I-400 was a marvel of Japanese technology and desperation at the end of WW2. It was the biggest submarine ever constructed and no subs would be bigger until well into the 1960s. This sub housed three fighter planes. The plan was for the fleet of three subs to attack the Panama Canal, then move into the Atlantic and attack New York shipping and the city itself, spreading panic. The plan failed and two were scuttled. The US captured one and sunk it to prevent the Russians from seeing it.