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Mysterious symbols of Royston Cave

Royston Cave, which is hidden under Melbourne Street, is one of the town's most popular attractions.

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The Salem witch trials

Salem witch trials were a series of prosecutions for witchcraft starting in 1692 in Salem Village, Massachusetts.

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William Dampier: the adventurer who made history

William Dampier was an explorer, pirate and naturalist. He was the first Englishman to visit parts of what is now…

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Sweyn Forkbeard – the King of Denmark, who managed to seize the English throne

Sweyn, known as Forkbeard due to his long, cleft beard, was the son of Harald Bluetooth, king of Denmark and…

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Event incidents of crowd disasters

The crowd is a terrible phenomenon that, at the slightest panic, turns into a deadly weapon that destroys everything in…

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Showbiz

10 worst fashion trends that should not come back

The bright colors and copious fabric were fun, but these expensive ensembles would have been unbearably hot and uncomfortable to…

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Top 5

5 interesting facts about the most famous tourist attractions places

If you think you know everything about famous tourist attractions sights, then we assure you that at least one of…

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Relationships

How divorce is celebrated in different countries

No reason for tears: how divorce is celebrated in different countries.

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History

How did the hundred years’ war end and why did war in Europe last over 300 years

What has a beginning will inevitably come to an end. As tragic as they may seem, wars have a crucial…

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History

Is Robin Hood a true story? How monk became a pirate and inspired legend of Robin Hood

The enigmatic Black Monk is mentioned in one of these medieval stories. Black Monk is a nobleman who lives on…

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Mysteries of the Stone Age that have not yet been able to unravel

The Stone Age is the longest stage in the history of humankind. It began about 2.6 million years ago in…

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6 marriages, quarrel with the Pope: Endless love affairs of King Henry VIII, nicknamed ‘the monster’

King Henry VIII of England went down in history for his endless love affairs, six marriages, and ferocious temper.

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