86 ft

Gagariah is a mysterious monster that crossed into our dimension through a malfunction during a particle acceleration experiment. Analysis show that its genome is 99.967% identical to ours. In the place of a mouth it has a giant eye socket that can shoot a highly pressurized jet of corrosive ooze. It is a very inquisitive creature with a sadic personality.

Height: 86 mt. / 282 ft.

Meet the new Angels - Elsa Hosk

Meet the new Angels:

Elsa Hosk: 26/ November 7, 1988/ Sweden

Measurements: 34-23-35.5 (86-58-90)/ 5 ft 9.5 in (177 cm)
She began modeling at the age of 14.
First walked the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in 2011, former PINK spokeperson.

FUN FACT: Before Elsa started to model, she was a professional basketball player. She was featured in Darin’s “Who’s that girl” music video.

As I passed today by the Palace of Parliament, I realized I never posted a picture of it here on Tumblr. So, here it is :) If you don’t know what this is, you can find a description from Wikipedia below…

The Palace of Parliament in Bucharest, Romania is a multi-purpose building containing both chambers of the Romanian Parliament. According to the World Records Academy, the Palace is the world’s largest civilian building with an administrative function, most expensive administrative building and heaviest building.

The Palace was designed by architect Anca Petrescu and nearly completed by the Ceaușescu regime as the seat of political and administrative power. Nicolae Ceaușescu named it the People’s House (Casa Poporului), also known in English as the Palace of the People.

The Palace measures 270 m (890 ft) by 240 m (790 ft), 86 m (282 ft) high, and 92 m (302 ft) underground. It has 1,100 rooms, 2 underground parking garages and is 12 stories tall, with four underground levels currently available for the general public and in use, and another four in different stages of completion. The floorspace is 340,000 m2 (3,700,000 sq ft).

The structure combines elements and motifs from multiple sources, in an eclectic neoclassical architectural style. The building is constructed almost entirely of materials of Romanian origin. Estimates of the materials used include one million cubic meters of marble from Transylvania, most from Ruşchiţa; 3,500 tonnes of crystal — 480 chandeliers, 1,409 ceiling lights and mirrors were manufactured; 700,000 tonnes of steel and bronze for monumental doors and windows, chandeliers and capitals; 900,000 m2 (9,700,000 sq ft) of wood, over 95% of which is domestic, for parquet and wainscoting, including walnut, oak, sweet cherry, elm, sycamore maple; 200,000 m2 (2,200,000 sq ft) of woolen carpets of various dimensions, the larger of which were woven on-site by machines moved into the building; velvet and brocade curtains adorned with embroideries and passementeries in silver and gold.

Text source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palace_of_the_Parliament