Sunday , July 5 2020

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25 Astonishing Facts You Must Know About

Today I learned a great deal of new things, many of which I hadn’t given much thought to. They certainly provided me with much knowledge and gave me something to ponder about. Today I learned where the expression ‘put a sock in it’ came from. I was surprised to discover …

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17 Oldest Historical Things Ever Found

For every item we take for granted, there was an ancestor, long, long ago. These unique pieces of our history as a species show us the remarkable journey we’ve made, over thousands, and tens of thousands of years, to reach this point in our technology and our abilities. We may …

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World’s 7 Oldest Cities That Still Exist

From Atlantis to Pompeii and Machu Picchu, many great cities have risen in the history of humankind, and many have fallen, leaving nothing but ruins in their wake and maybe an odd poem written in their memory. But that is not the fate of all ancient cities, and some human …

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The Mystery Behind Ancient Egyptian Symbols

Described in ancient texts as ‘The Word of the Gods’, these symbols are frequently used in religious and magical rituals in Egypt. Each symbol has a distinct meaning, specific to the belief culture of the Egyptians, enriching the national cultural identity of this rich country. Ankh – Symbol of eternal …

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Top 10 Largest Factories In The World

Lets have a look at the 10 largest factories in the world. Most of them belong to famous global automobile corporations. 1. Car factory of Volkswagen in Wolfsburg, Germany This is considered the largest automobile factory in the world with a floor area of up to 6.5 million m2. It …

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World’s Languages That Are Too Similar To English

English is a bizarre language that doesn’t seem closely related to any other language, despite being one of the most commonly spoken languages in the world thanks to globalization and the internet. But while it’s true that English isn’t mutually-intelligible with any other language, it isn’t true that English has …

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