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The great wall of China was 1, 5 times as long
Scientists using modern technology discovered a previously unknown areas of greatest defensive wall, protecting from the North celestial Empire from the onslaught of the nomads. The real sensation was the…

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The Gothic Cathedral of our lady of Tortosa
In Tortosa, in one of the hottest cities in Catalunya is the majestic Gothic Cathedral of our lady of Tortosa . built in 1347 on the basis of the Romanesque…

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The megaliths of Europe and Asia
There are assumptions about the relationship of the builders of the megaliths of Europe with native chromosomal DNA of the R1b group. the campaniform culture cups and paleosurface. are reviewed…

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ATTRACTIONS OF ETHIOPIA

This country, in which 12 months in a year reigns Sunny weather and holiday atmosphere. To begin acquaintance with Ethiopia by the ancient cities of Axum and Gondar. The first one is just steeped in an atmosphere of antiquity, it was founded more than three thousand years ago, for a long time the city was ruled by a series of Solomonidou. The most famous building, the Church of the virgin Mary. According to one legend, the sanctuary was hidden a valuable relic – the ark of the Covenant, which the city brought the king Menelik. Gondar is famous for the superb castles of the 16th – 18th centuries, one of them opened a Historical Museum dedicated to the fascinating history of the city. In the surroundings of Gondar, you can see the complex of ancient monasteries, Dating from the 13th – 15th centuries, there are many pools with healing spring water. Continue reading

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The Cathedrals Of Europe
Milan Cathedral, Italy Staggeringly huge, solemn and yet so graceful Cathedral of white marble is one of the most famous in Europe. It is the largest Gothic Cathedral and the…

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The Gothic style of architecture
Gothic — (. -gotisch, Franz.- gothique, ital. — gotico) — architectural and artistic style of art in Western Europe, which reached its peak in XIII-XV centuries which replaced the Romanesque…

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