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Aleksandar Mishkov

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The Burning Man Festival – What does it Teach us About Life?

Burning Man is one of the more unique summer festivals. It is an event focused on community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance. It is annually held in the western United States. The name itself ...

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Trypophobia – Is it Actually Real Condition?

This is a specific phobia, a condition that is often characterized by a persistent and excessive fear of an object or situation that poses no actual, or very little, danger

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Here is How CIA tried to Kill Fidel Castro 7 Times and Failed

Born on August 13, 1926, Fidel Castro was the longest-serving non-royal head of state in the 20th and 21st century. He ruled with Cuba for more than 30 years as president, and served as prime minister...

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Mikhail Gorbachev – Achievements and Failures

Mikhail Gorbachev was the last Soviet Leader. He passed away on August 30, 2022, in Moscow, Russia. In 1990, he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his role in ending the Cold War. While he is widely loved ...

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Top 10 Times Dogs Made it to the Guinness Book of World Records

We can safely say all dogs are amazing. Yet, some pups go above and beyond and excel at what they do. You might not know this, but there are many dogs who have made it to the Guinness Book of World Re...

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Weird Facts about Tiramisu – The Italian Delight

Tiramisu is a coffee-flavored Italian dessert. Made of ladyfingers dipped in coffee, and then layered with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar, and mascarpone cheese, Tiramisu was “discovered” in the...

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Kuril Islands Dispute – Leftover Conflict from World War II

The Kuril Islands are officially a Russian-controlled group of islands off the northern coast of Japan. Though, Japan also lays claim over them. In Japan, they are known as the Northern territories

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The Poetic Side of Saddam Hussein

Saddam Hussein ruled over Iraq for years and fought two wars with the United States. Many people view him as one of the most evil people in history. At the same time, he managed to write four novels, ...

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The Banff Springs Hotel – Canada’s Iconic Haunted Hotel

The hotel opened to the public in 1888, and since then, it has seen history, celebrities, and rebuilds. But also some tragedies. Millions of guests have checked in. Yet, a few have never checked out

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Leshan Buddha – A Great Engineering Achievement

Leshan Buddha is the tallest statue of Buddha to be found in the world. It was carved from the sandstone of a cliff overlooking the junction of the Min and Dadu Rivers in Sichuan

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Caspian Sea – Largest Lake in the World

The Caspian Sea covers 143,550 square miles and has a volume of 19,000 cubic miles. Stretching for nearly 750 miles from north to south, it has an average width of 200 miles

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Russian Submarine Belgorod – What Makes it so Special?

The submarine was turned over in the port of Severodvinsk, and experts say it is a modified version of Oscar II class guided-missile submarines. They are made longer with the aim to eventually accommo...

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Newgrange – Is it Older than Stonehedge?

According to Ireland’s Ancient East, Newgrance is a 5,200 year old passage tomb located in the Boyne Valley. It was built by Stone Age farmers, with the mount 85m (279ft) in diameter and 13m (43ft) ...

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Amazon River Amazing Geography Facts

No matter what, it is amazing that the Amazon River is one of the longest and most amazing. The quantity of fresh water released to the Atlantic Ocean is enormous, 184,000 m3 per second in the rainy s...

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Hopi People – Society Run by Women with Men in it

The Hopi Society is one of the few in the world ruled by women. After the birth of a child, the paternal side of the family gets to name the child, but only the paternal women can submit a name for co...

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Remembering Clara Barton – The Nurse Who Changed the World

Clara Barton was born on December 25, 1821, as Clarissa Harlowe Barton. She was named after the novel Clarissa by Samuel Richardson

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Erie Canal Facts – One of History’s Greatest Architectural Achievements

Why it is an architectural achievement? Well, the engineering demands of the canal included the removal of earth using animal power, water power, and gunpowder to blast through limestone. None of the ...

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Chaonei No.81 – Learn More about the Haunted House in Beijing, China

In Chaoyangmen, Beijing, stands an abandoned house. Known as Chaonei No.81 or Chaonei Church, it has a reputation for being haunted. And that reputation increased vastly in 2014 after the house appear...

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Michael

In 1992, he wrote Quitting the Mob and began traveling the country to speak on college campuses regarding consequences of your choice

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Afghanistan

Afghanistan is home to around 38 million people. And according to the United Nations Population Fund, the country has one of the youngest and fastest growing populations in the world

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