Placards depicting lucky charms are hung above the Nakamise shopping street leading to Sensoji temple in Tokyo's Asakusa district, one of the most visited destinations during the New Year's holidays. The signs represent a hagoita battledore paddle, a snake to mark this year's animal in the Chinese zodiacal calendar, and a spinning top. (Photo and caption by Louis Templado)
The Grand Canal of China is the longest canal or river in the world. It's length is at a astounding miles long or km, this canal had a few use's, but was mostly used for transportation throughout China.
It's Pandamonium! They're on the Tube and in Trafalgar Square, 108 'panda bears' invade