Wednesday, 13 June 2012
For the renowned American actress, recording artist, and model, Lindsay Lohan, it is popularly stated that if one get to know about her total wealth, one can actually make a movie on her, which can be titled as ‘Rise and Fall of Lindsay Lohan’. On a serious note, Lohan could have been the most prolific and rich actresses in Hollywood, but only if she had chosen to lead a more problem free lifestyle. For Lindsay, who has been trying really hard to get her life back on good track after a series of legal and medical wrangles in recent times; it seems like problems have a special association with the actress. She has now crashed her Porsche 911 into the back of a heavy-goods 18-wheeler vehicle in Los Angeles, while driving to a movie set. The gorgeous looking 25-year old actress was then taken to hospital, but was soon released finding her completely fine. However, it’s not new to see celebrities and affluent people crashing their ultra-expensive beauties, as we have earlier seen some of the most expensive car crashes.
When it comes to raking in moolah, yellow diamonds have always been at the top of their game. Who can after all forget the sun drop diamond? A rare 110.03 Carats piece, the sun drop is arguably the biggest known pear-shaped fancy vivid yellow diamond in the world. On the same note, a beautiful yellow gold platinum ring topped with a yellow diamond has gone down the list of most expensive diamond rings. And the good news is, with a 26.10 carat fancy gem becoming the top seller at the Christie’s Paris auction on 6th June, these exquisite varieties of colored diamonds are back in the spotlight. Set in a platinum ring, the brilliant cut fancy diamond fetched a total of $623,000.
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A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit light from a system of lamps and lenses or, in older times, from a fire, and used as an aid to navigation for maritime pilots at sea or on inland waterways. Here are the tallest ones.
10. Storozhenskiy Light 233 feet (71 m)