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Aleksandar Mishkov

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Chichen Itza – What is so Special about the Ancient Mayan Temple?

Chichen Itza was a large pre-Columbian city built by the Maya People of the Terminal Classic Period. In the 2000s, the ancient Mayan temple was classified as one of the new seven wonders of the world

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The Precious Relics of Notre Dame, Which Ones Survived the Fire?

On April 15, 2019, shortly before 18:50 CEST, a fire broke out in the roof of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris. Investigation revealed that the fire alarm broke out two times, but the first time, firefig...

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All the Traditions Japanese Emperor Akihito Has Broken

According to the Constitution of Law, the emperor in Japan is “the symbol of the state and of the unity of the people”. His function is defined as entirely representative and ceremonial in nature....

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7 Mysteries about Ancient Egypt We Haven’t Unraveled Yet

Despite all of the research and studies, we still have a lot to learn about the land of hieroglyphs.

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Andy Warhol, Pioneer of Pop Art and Highest Paid Commercial Artist in New York

During his time, Warhol was one of the highest, if not the highest and most prolific commercial artists in New York. His work is considered precious nowadays as well. In 2013, a famously macabre paint...

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Egypt – Israel Treaty, Model for Successful Peace Treaty

For more than 40 years, Egypt and Israel peace treaty serves as a stabilizing force in the Arab region

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Sculpture by the Sea – Largest Free to Public Sculpture Exhibition in the World

The walk from Bondi to Tamarama is approximately 1.3 km long (close to one mile), and it will take you between 20 to 25 minutes at a casual pace. Walking you can see playful, amazing, surreal installa...

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Alvin Karpis – Longest Serving Alcatraz Prisoner

Alvin served 26 years in Alcatraz, and was released on a parole in 1969

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King of my Castle – King Mario Lives in a Sand Castel for More than 20 Years

Marcio Mizael Matolias lives on the most popular beach in Rio de Janeiro, and pays no rent because his home is a sand castle

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Meet Robert John Maudsley, the Real Hannibal Lecter

Robert was a British serial killer, responsible for murders of four people. He committed three of these murders in prison, after receiving a life sentence for a single murder. Born in 1953, he is stil...

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Shine Bright Like a Diamond – Meet Lucy, a Diamond Star

Lucy, or with its official name BMP 37093, was discovered in 2004. Astronomers nicknamed the space diamond star after the Beatles song, “Lucy in the sky with diamonds”

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How Does a World Ruled by Women Look Like? the Mosuo Tribe Has the Answer

Mosuo tribe families consist of 10 or more members, but all of the real estate and property is in the hands of the woman. The most unique aspect of their life is the so called “walking marriage”. ...

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5 Ways your Brain is Playing Mind Games with You

There are many ways our brain can outsmart us. Fact of the matter is that our brain is very smart, and we are just puppets in some cases

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How Rich You Need to Be to Be Considered Wealthy?

According to a poll, Americans say you need an annual income of about $100,000 to be considered rich. In the poll, Americans said that if you earn $90,000 per year, you are considered “neither rich ...

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Three Ancient Greek Philosophers That Shaped Economy as We Know Today

These days, most of the universities of economics and business in the world teach their students about the origin of economy related to Adam Smith, John Maynard Keynes, Karl Marx, Milton Friedman, and...

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Devil’s Island Horrific Facts – Place Where More than 70,000 People Were Sentenced to Death

In the beginning, Devil’s Island was used as a leper colony. However, it was later transformed to a prison for political prisoners. There was no other safe access to and off the island than a cable ...

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Cristopher Columbus and the Mermaid Myth

In his journal, he described them as “not half as beautiful as they are painted”. He also noted that they had “a human appearance in the face”. Later in the journal, Columbus described the way...

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The Way to Right Wrongs – Legacy of Ida B Wells

She tackled issues regarding the political, economic, and social standing of black people in America through her writing. Ida managed to shed lights on some important issues regarding racial discrimin...

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Anna Chennault – The Spy Most People Haven’t Heard Of

Anna Chennault is remembered for her actions helping President Nixon win the elections in 1968. She did that by interfering in the Vietnam peace talks. But those actions left a stain on many years ser...

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You Can Get in Trouble with These Hand Gestures Outside of the US

While some hand gestures are universal, others are not. The result is, you might be caught in an awkward situation to explain what you wanted to say or show

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