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Researchers Discover Ancient Egyptian Ramp That May Tell Us How The Great Pyramids Were Built
"This kind of system has never been discovered anywhere else."
This Ancient Octagon-Shaped Tomb Uncovers The Cruel History Of Mongol-Ruled China
The walls depict lessons about the importance of respecting one's elders but do so through some grim means.
27 Statue Of Liberty Facts That Bust The Myths And Reveal The True History
From its original color to its true name, these Statue of Liberty facts will leave even the history buffs surprised.
Archeologists Just Discovered The Remnants Of Germany’s Oldest Public Library
The building could have housed up to 20,000 scrolls and might even be the oldest library discovered in the north-west ancient Roman provinces.
Vietnam’s New ‘Golden Bridge’ Looks Like Something Out Of A Fantasy World
The new bridge is part of a $2 billion investment that's helping Vietnam to become one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations on Earth.
How Grand Central Terminal’s Whispering Gallery Allows You To Hear Soft Words 30 Feet Away
Explaining the unusual architectural phenomenon of the whispering gallery that carries even the quietest words across dozens of feet amid swells of croud noise.
The History of Gereja Ayam, The Chicken Church Of Indonesia
Though it was supposed to resemble a dove, the church ended up looking more like a chicken.
Japan’s Abandoned Hashima Island Is Full Of Decay And Dark Secrets
Hashima Island has a complicated history. But what's abundantly clear is that when humans leave, buildings will crumble and nature will flourish.
Shah Jahan Was The Mughal Emperor For 30 Years – Then His Own Sons Overthrew Him
Shah Jahan was a fearsome leader, but his obsession with opulence ultimately brought him down – as did his own sons.
How Elvita Adams Jumped From The Empire State Building’s 86th Floor And Lived To Tell About It
The fall from the observational deck of the Empire State Building is about 1,050 feet.