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"Running hills breaks up your rhythm and forces your muscles to adapt to different stresses. The result? You become a stronger runner." Good thing the town is built on a giant hill, and no matter what your route you are gonna run up a hill!

lighthouse, Denmark abandoned in 2002 when years of coastal erosion and high sand dunes swallowed up the lighthouse. pic.twitter.com/3XmZqN7wR1

Buried in sand: The abandoned Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse in Jutland Denmark started life on December 1900 (construction started in The lighthouse is 60 metres above sea level. Until 1908 it operated on gas. It ceased to operate on August

Kiipsaare Lighthouse, Harilaid Peninsula of Saaremaa Island, Estonia - stood 25 meters inland when it was built in 1933 but coastal erosion and rising sea levels put it offshore during high tide and caused it to lean seaward. It stands alone and abandoned as it continues to watch over the Baltic Sea.

The leaning Kiipsaare Lighthouse, Harilaid Peninsula of Saaremaa Island, Estonia.

This haunts me...{'Children comfort each other in a scrapyard in Kathmandu, Nepal. The picture, an entry in the "Quality of Life" category, won top honors in the 2011 Environmental Photographer of the Year awards'  Photograph by Chan Kwok Hung, EPOTY.org/Fame/Barcroft}

Children comfort each other in a scrapyard in Kathmandu, Nepal, in a 2011 image by photographer Chan Kwok Hung of Hong Kong. The picture, an entry in the "Quality of Life" category, won top honors in the 2011 Environmental Photographer of the Year awards

Favelas (slums) in Brazil. You'll be thankful for what you have after seeing a favela.

favela is the term for a slum in Brazil, most often within urban areas. The first favelas appeared in the late century and were built by soldiers who had nowhere to live. Some of the first settlements were called bairros africanos.photo by Fernando Alan