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Mythological Horses from Around the Globe

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Uchchaihshravas – Hinduism

Uchchaihshravas is a white, seven-headed flying pony that fills in as the mount for the Hindu god-lord of paradise Indra and, in different stories, Bali, the ruler of evil presences.

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A seven-headed winged Uchchaihshravas with other treasures from Samudra manthan
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Interesting Facts about Abraham Lincoln

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No Living Heirs

In spite of the way that the marriage between Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln yielded 4 children, there are no living beneficiaries.

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16th President of the United States
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Zulu Warriors Intriguing Facts

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Buffalo Horns

The strategy Shaka Zulu’s troops wound up acclaimed for as they vanquished their neighbors was known as the “Horns of the Buffalo” or “Horns of the Beast.”

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Zulu warriors, late nineteenth century
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Interesting Facts about Kuwait

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Historical and Cultural Facts

  • Kuwait picked up autonomy from Great Britain on June 19, 1961.
  • August 2, 1990 – Iraq attacks Kuwait. Allegedly, Iraqi pioneer Saddam Hussein chose to attack the little, oil-rich country so as to satisfy obligations brought about amid Iraq’s multi year war with Iran.
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Mythological Witches from Around the Globe

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Morgan Le Fay

The vast majority are ambiguously acquainted with the legend of King Arthur and his friend the wizard Merlin, yet few of us recall a character by the name of Morgan Le Fay.

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Morgan le Fay by Frederick Sandys (1864)
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Interesting Facts about Forensics

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Phantom Of Heilbronn

For a long time, Germany’s most-needed sequential executioner escaped police. Starting with the homicide of a 22-year-old policewoman in Heilbronn, the Phantom started a puzzlingly sporadic wrongdoing binge that included six killings, the burglary of some Vietnamese gemstone dealers, and a string of bike burglaries. Despite the fact that she figured out how to maintain a strategic distance from regularly being seen, she wasn’t cautious enough to avert leaving DNA proof at more than 40 wrongdoing scenes.

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Commemorative marker near the site of Officer Kiesewetter’s murder
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