[Worldkings] Top 200 breakthrough research works in the world (P. 02) The researcher team from Brazil and Italy successfully recreated the 3D face of the Hobbit from 18,000 years ago
(Worldkings.org) A new 3D face reconstruction shows what a 'hobbit-like' person that lived 18000 years ago looked like.
(WorldKings.org) As the setting for the popular films The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, the Hobbit village in Matamata, Waikato, has become one of New Zealand's most popular tourist attractions.
Unique architectural constructions around the world (P.25) - Robo-Hobbit home (Czech Republic) : Unique underground house that can move up and down the ground with controls
(WorldKings.org) Built by builder Bohumil Lhota, this Roundabout House aka Robo-Hobbit home is located in Velke Hamry, Prague, Czech Republic. The uniquely constructed underground home is completely functional and cool. The Hobbit home completed in 2002, can move up and down from the ground on a flick of a switch and can also be rotated around manually to always face the sun. The house has a swimming pool and is perhaps one of the finest Hobbit homes you’ll see.
[WORLDKINGS] Exceptional places around the world (P.85) – Hobbiton (NewZealand) : The village that grows from the film set of “The lord of the rings” trilogy
(WorldKings.org) The Hobbiton village was a significant location used for The Lord of the Rings film trilogy and The Hobbit film trilogy. It is situated on a family-run farm about 8 kilometers west of Hinuera and 10 kilometers southwest of Matamata, in Waikato, New Zealand, and is now a Tolkien tourism destination, offering a guided tour of the set.
(WorldKings.org) Although most architects design homes that fit properly into the urban centres all around the world, there are a few who like to stand out. They use their homes to make a statement. Here's a look at top 5 the strangest and bizarre houses from around the world.
[WORLDKINGS] Journey to seek extraordinary record holders around the world (P.81) - Peter Jackson: New Zealand director, who contributed greatly to the world of movie making.
(WorldKings.org) Peter Jackson, in full Sir Peter Robert Jackson, (born October 31, 1961, Pukerua Bay, North Island, New Zealand), New Zealand director, perhaps best known for his film adaptations of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
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