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Interesting Archaeological Discoveries

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Otzi the Iceman

In 1991, mountain dwellers found a solidified body in the softening ice of the Alps. Once liberated from the ice, the body was observed to be 5,000 years of age.

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Mysterious Hidden Area Around the Globe Part II

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The Disco Mosque

What strikes a chord when you hear “mosque”? In case you’re anything like us, you’re most likely envisioning something like Istanbul’s well known Blue Mosque—a stupendous grave place intended for devout reflection. All of which serves to make the Shah Cheragh mosque in Shiraz, Iran considerably more special.

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Mysterious Hidden Area Around the Globe Part I

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Deadly Bubbles in Lake Abraham

Made by human mediation in the 1970s—and named in one of those horrendous open naming challenges—Lake Abraham in Canada doesn’t really solid like the kind of place worth going by. Be that as it may, advance there amid winter, and you’ll encounter one of the at the same time coolest and deadliest normal wonders in the Americas.

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Isolated Towns To Visit

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North Brother Island, New York

North Brother Island is a 20-section of land island situated in the East River off the Bronx. In 1885, the city bought the island to construct the Riverside Hospital, which was utilized to treat individuals experiencing infectious ailments, for example, typhus, smallpox, tuberculosis, and yellow fever. It was previously the home to “Typhoid Mary,” who conveyed the microscopic organisms that caused typhoid fever.

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Unknown Atlantic Islands

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Litla Dimun

Litla Dimun is the smallest of the main 18 islands of the Faroe Islands. It has the shape of a cylindrical cone with the entire southern side composed of sheer cliffs, making landing on Litla Dimun notoriously difficult. The difficult landing is perhaps the reason why the island is thought to have never been inhabited by humans, a somewhat unique feature among Atlantic islands.

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Grievous and Eerie Rivers

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Floating Graves

In January 2015, a gathering of villagers in Varanasi, India unearthed 100 bodies cleaned up in a trench in the Ganges River. Varanasi, which is the nation’s most established city, is additionally the religious capital where “a great many Hindus need to bite the dust or if nothing else have their cinders spread in the Ganges” keeping in mind the end goal to accomplish moksha, endless freedom.

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