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Life of North American Indians

Life of North American Indians

Have you ever wondered how North American Indians lived before the European changed this continent for good? Photographer Edward Curtis has done more than 40,000 photographs of over 80 Indians tribes in North America, so we can show you what real life looked there in the nineteenth century.  

Tiermes Complex – ancient mystery

Tiermes Complex – ancient mystery

Mysterious Tiermes buldings complex is one of the most interesting ancient constructions. Advancement of these structures indicates that the builders had to be a highly developed culture. According to the local population, history of buildings is related to the race of mysterious beings who¬†allegedly once lived there. Tiermes complex is located in Castile and Leon, …

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Spain-why so easy to fall in love with?

Spain-why so easy to fall in love with?

Spain is one of the countries with the largest geographical and cultural diversity, offers stunning landscapes, beaches, cities and excellent weather conditions-it is no wonder that this is one of the directions to which tourists frequently return to your next vacation. Food You need to eat some tapas bars in Spain at least once in …

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The symbol of Norway-Kliff Preikestolen might “fall away

The symbol of Norway-Kliff Preikestolen might “fall away

Norwegian scientists are seriously concerned about the results of the tests that suggest that the symbol of Norway who visits more than 200 thousand people per year can disappear causing not a small disaster, falling into the water rock will pay water and local flooding. All through the gap in the cliff which grows from …

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Floating Lake Titicaca-Peru

Floating Lake Titicaca-Peru

In the shadow of the mountain range of the Andes on Lake Titicaca, lives a tribe that was forced by incoming Inca to live on floating islands. The Incas did conquer the surrounding lands demanded high taxes, often taking the whole tribes in captivity.¬†Uru tribes have decided to withdraw for the biggest world lake shipping …

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