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8 Most Unusual Tanks in the History – You wouldn’t believe they are real

Sometimes the fantasies of tank builders have given birth to amazing, but unfit for military reality monsters. And sometimes there have been just eccentric concepts, which have been not going to reach mass production. We decided to show in the ...

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Top 6 Lost Languages

Every language as a human creation has a cycle and with times it extinct. Like the Latin language that was once spoken as a world language, many of the languages of today will extinct or will blend into each other ...

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Greatest Places Forbidden for Tourists

These places are safely nestled away from prying eyes only because tourist can endanger their existence and may destroy their original look. If you are already intrigued, keep reading, and remember – no matter how appealing and interesting these places ...

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Archaeologists scour carpark in search of lost tomb of King James I of Scotland

THE murder of King James I of Scotland was a move worthy of Game of Thrones. It had intrigue. It had betrayal. It has mystery. Now archaeologists are reconstructing his palace to try and find his forgotten tomb. The project ...

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Welcome Home Concorde

The last Concorde to be built was on the move again yesterday for the first time in 13 years. It didn’t thunder into the sky on a supersonic flight, but instead was towed a quarter mile across its birthplace, Bristol ...

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Mingling with aristocrats: A peek into Rome’s palaces

How times have changed for Roman nobles, who’ve long shied away from mingling with the masses. Now they’re now opening the doors to their secret palazzos — for a fee. Guided tours, complete with anecdotes and munchies, now greet guests ...

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Child’s wooden shoes take WWII vet back to Normandy

Navy seaman Morris Dennis faced no Nazi gunfire when he landed at Normandy beach on D-Day in 1944. Instead, he came face to face with a thin French girl, who told him, in perfect English that her grandparents were dying ...

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Underwater ‘lost city’ in Greece is actually the aftermath of a gas leak

An underwater “lost city” appearing to boast colonnades and courtyards has turned out to be nothing more than the aftermath of a gas leak. When divers first spotted the structures in shallow water off the Greek island of Zakynthos in ...

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Roman Shoe Hoard discovered at Hadrian’s Wall

Archaeologists have revealed the discovery of hundreds of Roman shoes and other objects at Hadrian’s Wall. 1,800 years ago the Roman army built one of its smallest but most heavily defended forts at the site of Vindolanda, which is now ...

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DNA Analysis Might Solve this 300-Year-Old Case of Royal Adultery and Murder

It’s a classic 17th century love story: Boy meets girl. Boy and girl fall in love. Boy goes missing and is presumed murdered by girl’s royal spouse, who then divorces girl and imprisons her for the rest of her life. ...

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