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Awesome Architecture made of Toothpicks

Checkout these complex architectures made only of toothpicks! Includes famous buildings like the Taj Mahal, the leaning tower of pisa, Sydney house and others!

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Stain Monro from New York was created these amazing architectures out of toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks

Amazing City of Toothpicks


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Posted by Melf, on 29-11-2012 23:14, , Guest
By Linda Heise September 22, 2010 - 3:05 pmHello,My question is, if you do grow sweet ptoatoes indoors as houseplants, in 110 days will there be lots of sweet ptoatoes to harvest.?My laundry room has a large window that gets full sun, so id actually like to grow the sweet potatoe in a garbage pail and sit it next to the window during the winter. Should i cut back the vines so the plant can put its energy into making sweet ptoatoes?I know this is silly, but i am trying to make use of this extrememly hot laundry room all year, and it would be nice to have sweet ptoatoes all year.Also, could i bring in my 2 garbage cans which are growing sweet potatoees into the laundry room to continue growing sweet ptoatoes. I saw a show on tv where they put a hole at the bottom of the garbage pail , and harvested ptoatoes as they needed them. Would that work for a sweet potatoe all year, if i bring them when frost comes? excuse my ramblings, thanks for any advice!
 

Posted by indiana Gregg, on 24-10-2010 16:03, , Guest
these are amazing! must take a lot of patience!!
 

Posted by nelsoncisneros, on 16-08-2010 04:33, , Guest
Wow, nice thanks... :)
 

Posted by mona, on 29-07-2010 04:02, , Guest
wonderfull creations... :)
 

Posted by Peter, on 15-07-2010 02:50, , Guest
That's amazing! I wonder how much time it took them...
 

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