A former Soviet bunker in a Lithuanian forest where you eat tinned beef and get whipped with a leather belt.
No one had any toys after the war. That is how almost all boys and girls in the small rural Herzegovinian town of Gacko became jugglers, zoo handlers, racetrack operators.
In Venezuela remains one of the world's strangest and most picturesque of holy courts: la Corte Malandra, or Thug Court.
Mexican newspaper La Reforma recently released a photo, in its front page, with one of these cars called Monstruos, headlined: “This seems like a war?”
What do guerrilla freedom-fighters do when their cause is swept away by a single natural disaster? Tourism.
Across South America, Martin Weber asked "Can you write a wish or a dream that you have?" Here are the answers he received.