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📜Would our ancestors be proud that we had not forgotten them? —————————————————— History teacher -  @Xemardino  World Geography -  @geography_tg  Sorry for the ad, a history teacher needs something to live on 
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What techniques were used to create the terracotta army?🤔 Researchers have found that each sculpture was first shaped, then fired, glazed and painted. But researchers have not found any kilns for firing. But the production of 8,000 statues would have required an entire production facility.
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📌Why shouldn't you get out of bed at night if you wake up abruptly? Do you hear me? Never get out of bed after a sudden or accidental awakening. Even to the toilet. No way. Many make this mistake by going to the kitchen to drink water or go to the toilet. This is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN, precisely because your body is starting to...
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The perfect masonry of the megaliths of Monrepo🤔 The official version is that the stones were dragged here by a glacier. Aha! Mounted one on top of the other and bent into a rectangle. 📜
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In the west of the Sahara lies the Eye of the Earth. These enormous circles, drawn by an unknown force, do resemble an eye. The Rishat structure is the oldest geological formation and one of its rings is about 600 million years old. "The eye is perfectly visible from space and is used as a reference point in orbit. There are various theories about the nature of the formation. For instance, that it is a crater from a meteorite falling or a place where a huge aircraft landed. But the most scholarly hypothesis is that it is the mouth of an extinct volcano or the result of erosion on a rising section of the earth's crust - only this does not explain the nature of the phenomenon. What would have to happen to form such a vortex, I wonder, is how strong the explosion would have to be🧐
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John Sevier described a conversation in 1783 with a Cherokee chief, Oconomotas: "The mounds closest to them were created by white men whom the Cherokees had driven from their land. These white men were called "moon-eyes" by the Indians, and were responsible for the creation of the city of Cahokia and Fort Mountain Park, which the Cherokees then took over. On a tip from the Chiefs, the Moon-Eyes were credited with a connection with the 2,500-year-old Adena barrows. The chiefs were not mistaken: the mounds did find tall, white, red-haired people who once lived in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Finding out who the first American landowners were and where they disappeared to is impossible.
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The Marcus Aurelius Column in Rome dates from 193 Apparently, workers and craftsmen at all times have been known to build something with a hammer and chisel... Moreover, the details on the column are minuscule, and its preservation is excellent, as if works of art completely ignore water and wind erosion, and about the life span of various rocks they have never heard of.
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Is Vesuvius a volcano or a terricone? Terricones are man-made waste rock dumps. Chemical reactions take place inside them. Excessive pressure inside them also causes an explosion, although it doesn't make them volcanoes. To anticipate whether you are looking at a volcano or a waste rock, you can look down into the cavity at the top where the explosion or lava flow has occurred. The walls of the basin at the volcano should be melted, covered with liquid lava and the walls of the waste heaps should be composed of crumbly layers. Vesuvius has no sign of molten lava.
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📌Why shouldn't you get out of bed at night if you wake up abruptly? Do you hear me? Never get out of bed after a sudden or accidental awakening. Even to the toilet. No way. Many make this mistake by going to the kitchen to drink water or go to the toilet. This is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN, precisely because your body is starting to...
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Saw cuts in Peru's Ollantaytambo show that the Indians knew how to saw Today according to the official version it is considered that Indians did not know how to saw. This hypothesis is confirmed only by the fact that during all archaeological excavations not a single saw was found. What did they leave such marks on the stones with then? 📜
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How were the fashionable Religious Miniature Samshite figurines made? These wooden figurines were created during a short period of time between 1500 and 1530 in Flanders or the Netherlands. They are so miniature that we had to use a microscope and X-ray to study them. Using micro-computer tomography and 3D scans, the researchers found out just how complex these miniature altars really are. The inner layers are connected by hidden joints, which can only be detected by microscopy or X-ray. The individual fragments are attached to one another by tiny connecting pieces. Much of the manufacturing process still remains unsolved.
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A map of the lost land of Wales - Welsh Atlantis - may have been found Plato's account of Atlantis is the best known of its genre, but many cultures have their own legends of lost lands, and their many similarities lend plausibility to the idea. While we have many texts, there are very few ancient pre-Flood maps to help find lands lost to the rains. An example is the legendary lost kingdom of Cantr'r Gwaelod, the 'Lost Land of Wales', which has a beautiful mythical history and several reports of underwater sightings of its remains, but with no maps to pinpoint the land for modern searchers. That changed recently when two explorers studying the earliest surviving complete map of the British Isles discovered a couple of islands that are no longer on modern maps, and which may be the location of Cantr'r Gwaelod. I wonder what will happen next? Will we also be remembered as inhabitants of a lost land?
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A figure from a museum in Peru While most of the figures can be explained by the abstract depiction of animals, in this particular case it is much more complicated. Here we clearly see a man holding nothing more than a steering wheel, with something resembling a dashboard in front of him. Surprisingly, scientists are in no hurry to explain this artefact and for the most part simply ignore it.
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About the "caves of heaven" Mustang Kingdom is an isolated area of the Himalayan mountains. Some of the grottoes near the Tibetan plateau are made to the height of a ten-storey house. That the caves were used by humans is confirmed by the finds inside: household objects, hearths, cult objects and burials. How did people climb to such heights? There had been no mountaineering equipment.
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Saturn's rings were discovered back in Mayan times Mayan artefacts with alien 'teachers' and flying vehicles are no longer surprising. Pictured: image of planetary rings. What is interesting, the rings of Saturn were discovered by Galileo in 1610. The Mayans beat him to it. Secrets of civilizationsSaturn's rings were discovered during the Maya Maya artifacts with alien "teachers" and flying vehicles are no longer surprising. Pictured: image of planetary rings. What is interesting, the rings of Saturn were discovered by Galileo in 1610. The Mayans beat him to it.
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Sometimes, the processing of stones by our ancestors baffles modern science. Tambochai, Sigiriya are famous not only for their megaliths, but also for the unusual processing of them. Clear traces of stone melting, traces of rock flowing down do not fit the story of primitive peoples very well. There is an interesting example at Machu Picchu, where both polygonal masonry and matching blocks, and a flat wall with no traces of machining, meet in one section.
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Unusual statues from an ancient Buddhist temple in Japan have suddenly failed to arouse the interest of scientists. Indeed, what is interesting about a human-lizard hybrid with obviously hypertrophied muscles. The most similar creatures were found in Iraq, where the reptiloid statuettes were recognised as the fantasy of a master. The striking resemblance of the fantasy at a distance of 8,000km.
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Do you know the name of China's capital?
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The megalithic complex of fused granite called Bektua-Ata defies explanation Experts claim that fused granite cannot exist in nature, otherwise it collapses into sand when heated strongly, but the rule does not seem to apply to this site.
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This mermaid was a gift to the British Museum by Queen Victoria's grandson, and is said to have been caught in Japan in the 18th century. The peculiar structure of this creature is surprising - literally two halves: the upper part of the body resembles a monkey, and the lower part resembles a fish tail. You involuntarily think of the old tales of underwater cities and their inhabitants, which may very well be real, judging by such findings.
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A giant belted statue 150 metres high and 20,000 years old The figure, named Dame of Mali, is located on the border between Guinea and Mali. It is carved into a granite mountain and lies 1.5 km above the ground - or rather, above an abyss. What kind of Paleolithic civilization is this? Possessing the technology to create statues of such gigantic proportions?
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An ancient city found in Peru at more than 4'000m altitude The officials' verdict is perfect - this structure was built for defence. There is no water source on the cliff and it is useless to grow anything - it is not much of a shelter. A single narrow path leads to the fortress over a precipice and out onto the flat ground in front of the structure itself. Shooting enemies on a road with nowhere to run? Nah, the experts said that a separate structure on the edge of the town with an opening in the centre was made for defence. It makes sense: we wait for the enemy to walk along the path, enter the town, inflict damage and come within firing distance to the very edge of the town, that's when he'll be shot... Well, scientists are not tacticians, they are allowed to make such claims.
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"Unbreakable" paints of ancient Egypt This country is a favorite among archaeologists because many of the greatest discoveries of the past have been made there. Scientists believe that the sands of the Egyptian desert hide many more mysteries than we can imagine. Many tombs have been found there, but one in particular has striking drawings. The tomb is 4,400 years old and belongs to an official named Huvi, who lived at the time the pyramids were built. According to the inscriptions on the walls, he was the only one close to the pharaoh and an important person. But it is not his mummy that is valuable, but the paintings that surround the sarcophagus. They show peasants working in the fields, ships sailing on the Nile and various ornaments. It is a mystery to scientists how the Egyptians were able to create colors that do not fade for several thousand years.
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Jan Meeker's Vogelevlucht 1652. Nothing surprising - the author simply detailed and depicted Amsterdam as accurately as possible from a bird's eye view, with shadows cast by passing clouds. 131 years before the first balloon was invented.
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