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The legacy of the Spacers or memories of the future

In a sensational film “memories of the future” – there are some interesting footage shot on one of the Islands of Polynesia.

In a sensational film “memories of the future” – there are some interesting footage shot on one of the Islands of Polynesia.

During the war, the Americans established it as a transit air base for bombing Japan. And after the war, when the Yankees left the base, aborigines were constructed on the island the idol, worshipped as a deity. It is a replica of the aircraft during wartime, only made of branches and reeds. Continue reading

Ancient Rome

Ancient Rome is one of the greatest States of Antiquity. The state was in the territory of modern Italy. Rome was named after the founder — Romulus . It was famous for its customs, gladiatorial battles, the Colosseum, Emperors, etc.

The most interesting facts about Ancient Rome

Saturnalia — the great annual festival in Ancient Rome in honor of the God Saturn. These days, the slaves had some privileges, for example they could dine at the same Banquet table with the owner, and sometimes even the owners of slaves were laid on the table.

The Emperor Claudius is ridiculed because he did not have sexual relations with men. Said the one who has a relationship only with women, he becomes effeminate. Continue reading

Ancient underground structures

Base preppers

Chapter 5. Shelters, underground shelter

The meaning of the word cache. Comes from the old Slavic “to bury”. Is used in two meanings:

1. Cache – hiding place for a long stay of people (bandits, partisans, gunmen, partisans), hiding from the authorities.

2. Cache – a secret store of weapons, ammunition, etc.

In the concept of the survivalist cache is meant as a secret for finding the add, and for storage of equipment, food, etc.

A cache may be arranged in any area, both below and above ground level. However, the maximum development of the caches, a underground. This is due to maximum secrecy. Continue reading

The presentation of the sculpture decoration of Gothic cathedrals of France and Germany
The presentation on the Architecture of Western Europe. The Church of Peter and Paul. The XI-XII century the Monastery of Cluny, France. Compared with the Romanesque churches, the height of…

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The great wall of China
The great wall of China is a monument that most wanted to see in China. The wall began to build in the III century BC the first Emperor of China…

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The great structures that were never built
If you are fond of alternative history, here's a gem that you would definitely not thrown away. Some of the monuments of civilization were not built for challenging projects, others…

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