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One of the most beautiful buildings of Paris, praised by Victor Hugo, the legends and myths. A mystical image of Notre-Dame-de-Paris became an international symbol of the middle Ages, where…

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In one of the most mysterious corners of the globe - Cappadocia one of the most mysterious corners of the earth - Cappadocia the Lunar rocks, Martian Chronicles 750 kilometers…

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Who built the pyramids for the Egyptians?

Could the ancient Egyptians to erect their own giant pyramids and palaces? People who only read about these structures in the history books, I guess: Yes. But many of those who have been in this country, and wander, for example, along the valley of Giza, no doubt. Too impressive these structures, even on their construction, as expected, worked tens of thousands of slaves.

Version Of The Conan Doyle

The theory that the pyramids are material traces of a more ancient technologically advanced civilization that does not put forward today. For example, in 1929 “father of Sherlock Holmes” by Arthur Conan Doyle published the fiction novel “Markatov the abyss” whose characters are in a city – island, thousands of years ago sank to the bottom of the Atlantic ocean. When one examines the underwater structure, it is observed that: “Columns, platforms and staircases of this building exceeded anything I have ever seen on earth. Most of all, the building looked like the remains of the temple of Karnak in Luxor, in Egypt, and, strange to say, ornaments and half-erased inscriptions in the details resembled the same decoration and inscriptions of the great ruins near the Nile”. Continue reading

In Torun is full of beautiful places!

Torun is one of the most beautiful cities in Poland, situated on the North of the country on the banks of the Vistula river. Gothic architectural monuments located in the Old town of Torun, in 1997 were listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO. During the second World war, the city is not substantially affected, so all the old buildings and the building retains its original appearance.

Archaeological excavations confirm that the first settlements on the territory of present city was founded in 1100 BC but the name Torun gave the settlement the knights of the Teutonic order, who arrived here in the early thirteenth century. and who built a castle here. Toruń city rights received in 1233 over the centuries, the city remained an important center of trading routes and several times changed its owners: toruń was a part of not only Poland, but also Prussia and Sweden.

Torun – the city is famous for gingerbread, a genuine Gothic structures and Nicolaus Copernicus. Here, in 1473 G. was born the famous astronomer and mathematician, the author of the geocentric system of the world, which marked the beginning of the 1st scientific revolution. The Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun is one of the most prestigious Universities in Poland. Continue reading

The first pyramids were built by the ancient Ukrainians?

The patriots have a new reason to be proud. As it turns out, Ukraine is the birthplace not only of bacon and vodka, but still pyramids. Here they were built earlier than in Egypt. Ukraine is full of peaked structures, like the flower of the sunflower seeds. The pyramids are from the Russian border to the black sea margins. This time of the pyramid discovered near Lugansk, as it should be — randomly, the students in the garden.

The first seven of the pyramids found in Crimea, near Sevastopol, two years ago. Feat Pathfinder made by a local pensioner Igor Goch. It was assumed that the pyramids are ancient jewelry. In excavations have been specialists local geologists. The tops of the ancient buildings were just large stones, but the gold really was found — two grams of a lost tourist ring.

Now Luhansk archaeologists say they’ve uncovered two pyramids and the sanctuary of the pagan God of the Sun. It has nothing to do with the Egyptian RA. The Ukrainians, as they claim, has its own ancient faith — Rovira, and the pyramid — temples of its adherents. Continue reading