The history of the underground structures
  Underground structures were known in ancient times. They were built initially for housing and graves, in the construction of temples, then to mine stone and ore, and later for…

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In Great Novogate find the most ancient building
IN GREAT NOVOGATE FIND THE MOST ANCIENT BUILDING Excavations in the Novgorod Kremlin archeologists have discovered the oldest civil construction of Russia, scientists believe that they found the Archbishop's chamber…

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Structure protocivilization in Cambodia!

Found the oldest buildings protocivilization in Cambodia!

“In 1998, making his way by car from Vietnam to Thailand, we were not far from the place that I dreamed of to get a very long time, and I want to tell you. Moreover, today more and more people visit these places and more stuff comes online. Almost no one today does not have accurate information about these unique places of Power. And to have her.

Unfortunately in the second half of the 20th century were destroyed almost all the testimonies, archives and the keepers of the antiquities… Those monks who survived — were in Thailand and Myanmar, where I first heard about ancient unknown civilizations of the forerunners in this region.

Legends about the ancient Angkor I had already collected.

But Angkor as a little drawn to ancient culture, rather, someone tried to repeat the structure of the more ancient architects… And here I stumbled upon them! Since 1996 I occasionally was lucky enough to be in southern Cambodia, where I gathered information.

By that time, I had already the base of observations from our own studies conducted in India.

So I aimed, of course, digging information in this direction.

So, 1998. Our conductor is an experienced small told me that not far in the jungle is a pyramid. We went to Angkor and Okami Continue reading

Patom crater

Patom crater is one of the most mysterious places on the planet.

General information about the Patomsky crater

Patom crater is a conical hill of crushed limestone, located in the Bodaibo district of the Irkutsk region. The crater is a conical elevation, reaching 40 meters in height, its diameter slightly exceeds 180 meters. Covered with grey crushed limestone crater similar to a lunar crater, but unlike the craters on the Earth satellite, the Patom crater is located on the hillside, completely covered with taiga.

Cone Kolpakov would be correct to call a truncated cone – it is not crowned with a pointed top, but the top, which is a flat circular shaft in the center of which is located a funnel presumably of volcanic origin. The volume of the cone is about 230-250 thousand m3, the weight of the crater is estimated at one million tons. On the slopes of the crater are several larches, whose age was estimated at 200 years, and in the center of the crater in the heart of the inland hill grows a single tree age of about 70 years.

Patomsky crater, also known as Chebulinsky or Yavlinsky and as the cone Kolpakov – opened it in honor of geologist Vladimir Kolpakov. The local population proudly calls it “the Nest of fire eagle”, though prefers to avoid.

History of the study of the patomsky crater

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The most terrifying places in Europe

The most terrifying places of Europe

There are many places where through the ages is preserved not only history, but also transmitted legends about the incredible residents that are invisible to us, but constantly reminding of its existence. It is about the places located in Europe and inspire fear in tourists, we decided to talk on the eve of all saints Day.

Bran Castle (Romania)

Bran castle famous for its connections with Vlad Tepes, better known as count Dracula. Vlad was – even by the standards of the XV century – an exceptionally cruel ruler, known for piercing through, not by cutting off heads of their enemies, though not to drink like Dracula, their blood. Vampire masks, blood-red wine and wooden daggers jostle for popularity in the market, located at the foot of the castle. Inside the castle wrapped spiral staircases and low doorways add to the sense of fear.

The Sedlec ossuary (Czech Republic)

It is a small chapel next to the castle, Kutna Hora contains the remains of up to 70,000 people and attracts around 200,000 tourists every year. This is largely due to the fact that the bones of these people were arranged in a bizarre art form. The interior of the chapel contains unique items such as a chandelier made of bones and garlands of skulls.

Placki, Kent (England)

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