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The Church of Scientology runs a child labor camp in Australia.
There is a waterfall in Antarctica that runs red as blood.
There’s a cruise ship that runs between Stockholm, Sweden, and Helsinki, Finland, just to purchase cheap alcohol.
Despite its name, more than half of the London’s Underground network in fact runs above ground.
Prince Charles has an Aston Martin that runs on wine.
The Pentagon runs a staggering 234 golf courses around the world.
New York’s subway is the only rapid transit system in the world that runs 24 hours a day, seven days a week, almost nonstop since 1904.
Facebook runs on 61 million lines of code. That’s more than twice the amount needed for an F-35 Fighter Jet.
The modern world’s first international sporting fixture was a cricket match played in 1844 between Canada and the USA. Canada won by 23 runs.
Black Friday runs concurrent with “Buy Nothing Day,” an international protest against consumerism with more than 65 nations globally participating.
In 1923, Babe Ruth set the record for the most home runs in a season, while also striking out more than any other player in Major League Baseball.
Highway 9 in New York runs from Manhattan all the way to the capital city of Albany. You might know it better by its common name: Broadway.
Cheetah cubs have long tall hair that runs from their neck all the way down to the base of their tail, which is called the mantle. The mantle makes a cheetah cub look like a honey badger and makes them blend into tall grass, which helps keep them safe from threats like lions and hyenas.