History

Temple of Debod: the Egyptian Temple in Madrid

There is a real ancient Egyptian temple in Spain – the temple of Debod, which is over 2000 years old.…

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Siquijor Island: the “refueling” place for black and white wizards

Siquijor Island is remarkable since it’s said that there are more sorcerers living there than regular humans. White and black…

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Mystery of Vishapakar: what do mystical dragon-stones of ancient Armenia testify to?

An absolutely unique phenomenon, Vishapakar, which can be found only on the territory of historical Armenia, has not yet received…

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Brief facts about Borobudur

Borobudur is a Buddhist stupa, together with a temple, and is located in Indonesia, near the city of Yogyakarta. But…

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Mesopotamian gods

Ancient Mesopotamian deities were anthropomorphic. They were considered to have superpowers and be huge.

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The secret of Oasisamerica: what the secret lands between Mexico and America hide

Oasisamerica is the term used by some anthropologists to define a large and ancient cultural area located between present-day Mexico…

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Imhotep – the first genius of mankind

In the annals of Egyptian history, Imhotep held such a high position of authority that he was hailed as the…

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Gunung Padang – the oldest pyramids on the Earth?

Is it possible that the pyramids of Gunung Padang will turn out to be the key that unlocks the mystery…

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Rungholt: A ghost town at the bottom of the sea

In the year 1362, waves from the northern sea engulfed the city of Rungholt, which was located on the coast…

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How did Hawaii become part of the united states?

Hawaii and its Native Hawaiian population have had a turbulent history, beginning with the Spanish–American War and continuing with the…

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Ancient World artifacts that look too complicated to be true

Some of the artifacts from the ancient world that appear to be too complicated to be real have been mystically…

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Frightening hoods: why the women of the Azores hid their faces

In the past, Azores women wore long cloaks with big, deep hoods, a custom that has since been abandoned.

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