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The project to build Paris’ first 21 st -century skyscraper and the tallest building to be erected in the city in 40 years hit a major roadblock when the Paris City Council voted it down last November. But this week, the council voted...Show More Summary
Blosom, the world's tallest cow at 6'2" from hoof to withers, died in May at 13-years-old, according to Guinness World Records. Watch a touching tribute video below. Read the rest
Photo by Scott Frances for CIM Group & Macklowe Properties Up until this point, views inside of the skyline-domineering 432 Park Avenue have been limited to renderings. But behold: ahead of the tower's fall move-ins, a few photographs of its...
The world's tallest Deadhead is now a big advocate for solar energy. Bill Walton - NCAA/NBA basketball champion and Hall-of-Famer, iconoclastic broadcaster, Grateful Dead friend and follower, literally larger-than-life personality - now devotes much of his life to spreading the gospel of solar power. Show More Summary
If, like us, you?re a sucker for tall buildings, you?ll be all excited about the opening of the Shanghai Tower, which will top out at 2073 feet ? the second tallest structure in the world ? when it opens in a few months in Pudong with 121 floors. Show More Summary
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On June 25, Guinness World Records said a formal farewell to Blosom, the tallest cow ever. Blosom stood at 190 centimeters, or just a little over 6.2 feet, beating the original title holder by just 2 centimeters Blosom had been with...Show More Summary
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This is Blosom, the world's tallest cow. Blosom stands 190-centemeters (a little over 6-feet two inches) from hoof to withers (the tallest part of the back, between the front shoulder blades). Blosom's caretaker Patty Meads-Hanson has had Blosom since the cow was 8-weeks old and said she was even taller and more massive when she was 8-years old. Show More Summary
A female Holstein named Blosom holds the Guinness World Record for the world’s tallest cow at 6’2?. Her owner Patty Meads-Hanson claims Blosom was even taller when she was younger. Sadly the cow passed away recently.
Behold the bovine awesomeness that is Blosom, the World’s Tallest Cow. Standing 190 cm (6 ft, 4 in) tall, the towering female Holstein received her title earlier this year from Guinness World Records at her home in Orangeville, IL alongside her owner Patty Meads-Hanson. Show More Summary
When you first see Blosom, a cow that measures in at 6 feet 2 inches from the hoof to the withers and is the Guinness World Record’s tallest cow ever, you can’t help but laugh. You don’t scream fake (that’s the second thing you do) or analyze the photo’s misleading angles meant to exaggerate the cow’s size (that’s the 3rd thing), you just laugh. Read more...
An Orangeville, Illinois-based cow named Blosom has been posthumously awarded the Guinness World Record for “Tallest Cow”. The designation had been made earlier this year, months before the towering bovine sadly succumbed to a devastating leg injury on June 25th. Guinness World Records today pays an emotional farewell and tribute to the adorable Blosom, who […]
A lot of building, a tiny bit of energy. Most buildings that meet the rigorous passive house standards are single-family homes. But a new passive house apartment building in New York City will be 26 stories high—the tallest and largest in the world. Read Full Story
Talk about a moo-ving tribute. Blosom -- one "s" -- is recognized by Guinness World Records as the tallest cow to have ever lived. Sadly, the giant Holstein, who stood just over 6 feet, 2 inches tall, died May 26 at the age of 13 after...Show More Summary
On a visit to Dublin a few months ago, we were struck by how the traditionally stale hotel scene was getting a much needed injection with openings like The Dean. Now it looks like the same thing may be happening north of the border, with Northern Irish chain Hastings Hotels announcing a new property in Belfast. Show More Summary
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Representing the height of luxury and the most elevated release in Chivas Regal’s history, this month the spirits brand unveiled The Icon at the top of the famed Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The ultra-prestige Scot... via JustLuxe.com