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A Mysterious 3,000-Year-Old Castle Has Been Found Under a Lake in Turkey

Sunken cities are typically the stuff of legend, but now archaeologists have found the real thing hiding deep within Lake Van in Turkey. After a decade of searching the Middle East’s second largest lake, the home of a lost kingdom ...

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Big Void Discovered In Egypt’s Great Pyramid

Scientists have discovered a large void in the Great Pyramid, or Khufu’s Pyramid, on the Giza Plateau in Egypt, using radiography technology, Nature magazine reported. The void, 30m in length and several metres high, was found through detection technologies and ...

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Ichthyosaur Fossil Discovered For First Time In India

Scientists in India have discovered a 152 million-year-old fossil of an ichthyosaur – an extinct marine reptile – in the western state of Gujarat. This is the first time an ichthyosaur fossil has been discovered in India. The fossil was ...

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The Crown Of The Nation

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This Guy Found Hitler’s Secret French Bunker

Now that Askat had located the bunker, he had to find a way in. The doors and windows were covered with rusty shutters—designed to keep intruders out. The entrance looks like something out of an Indian Jones film and for ...

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Large collection of Nazi objects found in Buenos Aires

Argentina’s federal police and Interpol discovered a secret cache of Nazi artifacts in a Buenos Aires home earlier this month. It was an accidental find. The police were looking for smuggled Chinese art, antiquities and mummies but instead found around ...

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Skeletons Of 5,000-Year-Old Chinese ‘Giants’ Discovered By Archaeologists

Archaeologists in eastern China have found 5,000-year-old skeletons of people experts say would have been unusually tall and strong. According to the measurements of bones in the graves at the site in Shandong province, a number of the people would ...

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The colourised images emerged on the 73rd anniversary of Operation Overlord

A remarkable set of colourised photos has emerged on the 73rd anniversary of the D-Day landings shedding new light on the day Allied troops fought their way on to the beaches of northern France. Black and white images of brave ...

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1941-1944 : The Second World War in Color

Though color photography was invented decades before World War II, it was still a rather niche process, more complicated and expensive than black-and-white photography. The scarcity of color film was compounded by the hazards of shipping in wartime and the ...

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‘Baby Dragon’ Found In China Is The Newest Species Of Dinosaur

Meet Beibeilong sinensis, the most recently identified dinosaur species. The name means “baby dragon from China.” The dinosaur had massive feathered wings and a birdlike skull. It probably looked most like a cassowary, flightless birds slightly smaller than an ostrich. ...

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