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Citadelle Laferrière: Why an African fortress is regarded invincible in the New World

The Citadelle Laferrière is a largely early 19th-century fortress situated on the Bonnet à l'Evêque mountaintop in Nord, Haiti.

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Scythian idols are witnesses of time travel

In time travel, the most difficult thing is not to get to the past or the future. It is essential…

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Steins Pillar: A lighthouse in the forest that man did not create

Stein’s Pillar is one of Oregon’s geological stones. You can see this giant pillar from the road, sticking out above…

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Mysterious Uluru and Kata Tjuta

Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a red stone monolith that rises in northern Australia. It sticks out like…

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Unique Mayan masks and a pyramid of the sun god from Guatemala

It is impossible to wear any of these masks. They are clearly not made for the human face-the size and…

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Megalithic ruts of prehistoric Malta, the origin of which science has not explained

The whole island is rutted with ruts, which in some places go underwater. It seems that Malta was once a…

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When did intelligent beings and the first cultural societies appear?

As long as there is a civilization such as the one we live in today, there will always be the…

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Sigiriya: what mysteries does the ancient city-fortress keep

Sigiriya is a rock fortress in Sri Lanka's Matale District near Dambulla.

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What are Britain’s 13 treasures, and what do the Druids and Merlin the Wizard have to do with them?

The Thirteen Treasures of the Island of Britain are a series of items in late-medieval Welsh tradition. Lists of the…

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How women in different countries became prime ministers

This article features women politicians who, despite the challenges they faced, were successful in becoming prime ministers and achieving other…

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The “Book of the People” of the ancient Mayans

The Maya left behind an amazing book - “Popol-Vuh” (translated as “The Book of the People”)- about the world’s creation…

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Ancient Byzantine trash “reveal” shocking facts about the death of the empire

Archaeologists have uncovered ancient Byzantine garbage dumps in the settlement of Eluza. So, what happened to the kingdom?

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