Falsterbo lighthouse is one of the oldest and most famous lighthouses in Scandinavia. To the South-East of it is the best sandy beach of Sweden and surrounding the lighthouse, a famous Golf course. The sea route past the Falsterbo was always full of dangers. The seabed in these areas is extremely insidious, hidden under water an incredible number of sandbanks that have repeatedly destroyed the ships. As Falsterbo at the time was the center of trade from all over the world, so the dozens of ships moored in its harbour.
When sailors began to trade cancel flights because of catch shipwreck, there is a need for the lighthouse. First, in the XIII century, German monks built on the coast some semblance of a signal tower. But these were only primitive fires. Later, in 1630, the lighthouse was improved. Iron baskets filled with burning coals began to rise up to powerful special ropes, and then lower down. Moving the light source stand and the sailors had saved their lives. Continue reading
On both sides of the river Vltava is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Zlata Praha is practically not affected during the war, so the colorful buildings of the city and still delight the citizens and guests of the city architectural ensembles.
In X century the city officially recognized as the capital of the Czech state. Today Prague is the heart of Europe. Year after year tourists around the world come to the Czech capital to enjoy its many attractions, the wealth of nature and just relax in this romantic and welcoming city.
The unique architecture of the city combines Gothic buildings in the Rococo style, Baroque and Renaissance. Cubic structures and modern buildings in the art Nouveau style give Prague a unique flavor, which with one look you can visit the city for any of the pictures. Continue reading
Many people think that all the most important archaeological finds in our world was done long ago. However, sensation in the field of archaeology still happen. One such sensation was the discovery of ancient cyclopean structures on the seabed near the tiny island of Yonaguni, located near the Japanese island of Okinawa. Talk about these buildings in which the researchers sometimes see fragments of legendary Lemuria, have been raging for at least a decade and a half.
An unexpected discovery
A pioneer of underwater megaliths in 1985 became a Japanese diver, Kihachiro Aratake strayed beyond the standard safety perimeter near the southern coast of Okinawa. The diver slipped on the unknown clear blue waters of the ocean at a depth of 10-15 meters and suddenly came upon a huge stone structure of monolithic blocks. It was black and gloomy, and its design looked rather strange, maybe it was because of the fact that over many years spent underwater, the building was overgrown with corals, algae and shells. Circled around the strange buildings, the diver rose to the surface and finally being able to determine the right direction, swam to the shore. Continue reading
There is no doubt that the Egyptian pyramids is the most famous. But they are not the most ancient structures of pyramidal form. In the U.S. state of Wisconsin there is a pyramid, whose age, presumably, 12 thousand years. It turns out that it was built during the last ice age. And made it a very highly developed civilization….
Rock lake is located 20 miles East of Madison (Wisconsin). Its length is eight and the width is about four kilometers. In 1836, American Explorer Nathaniel, hair accidentally discovered in the lake a small stone pyramid with a flat top. He called his discovery Atzalyno and suggested that the discovery not less than a thousand years.
His discovery of Heyer not attach particular importance on the American continent many of the pyramids, “the cult of the hills” and burial mounds. But in 1862, the press began to be published, which said that the pyramid lake Rock is one of the most ancient pyramids.
It was argued that the pyramid is on the bottom of the lake which was formed many years ago, and, therefore, the construction should be over all Indian tribes. Continue reading
We offer to your attention the article by P. Oleksenko is devoted to the topical theme that recently often heard on TV – the possibility of using nuclear weapons in the past. The author actively participated in one of these programs on REN TV. Already in the early works of P. Oleksenko answer its question about the possibility of using nuclear weapons in the past is positive, comparing the “caked green glass,” formed by nuclear explosions – trinitite. with “green sintered glass”, found during archaeological excavations and in the craters. Later he develops this theme on the example of Lonar crater, formed about 650 thousand years ago in the basalts of Deccan trap formation (65 million years) in India, and shows on the basis of geological facts and legends, the crater of Lonar and two other smaller crater next to it were formed as a result of the use of “weapons of the gods” (and here ). However, he believes that it was not a nuclear weapon, vacuum bomb, plasma gun, fusion torch or some other weapon of the gods. Continue reading