The Dutch engineer behind the idea for circular runways at airports has revealed plans to build a test runway for unmanned delivery drones. Henk Hesselink is collaborating with Valkenburg airport, a disused naval base near The Hague, which has ambitions to become a drone innovation centre. His design for circular runways at passenger airports captured global attention last year, in aviation circles and on social media.
O cenário parece o da série "Game of Thrones". Wolin, na Polônia, é a sede dos maiores encontros anuais de entusiastas do universo viking do mundo. Vikings Foto: BBCBrasil.com Centenas deles vão lá para manter viva a cultura viking - e chegam a participar de batalhas ferozes e competitivas. Muitos deles são levados até lá pela paixão que têm pela história. Mas outros, em número significativo, estão ali para fugir de um passado manchado pela violência.
It looks like the set of Game of Thrones. Wolin in Poland hosts one of the world’s largest gatherings of Viking enthusiasts each year. Hundreds come to recreate Viking culture - and take part in fierce, competitive battles. Many are drawn by a passion for history. But, for a significant number, it’s a way of escaping their past - a past scarred by violence. The Viking scene attracts people who are combat veterans, former football hooligans and others struggling to come to terms with violence.
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