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At the corner of Whitecross Street and Old Street in East London, on the walls above Jane Roe Kitchen, you’ll see a commemorative blue plaque dedicated to a certain Miss Priss Fotheringham, who has laid claim to the rather salacious title of “the second best whore in the city.” The title was awarded to her in 1660 by John Garfield in The Wandering Whore, a directory of prostitutes working in 17th Read More »
In the hills outside the old capital of Nanjing in southeastern China lies the ancient stone quarry of Yangshan. Worked since the time of the Six Dynasties (from the early 3rd century AD to the late 6th century AD), limestone from the Yangshan Quarry has been used for the construction of buildings, walls, and statues in and around Nanjing. Especially after Zhu Yuanzhang founded the Ming dynasty i Read More »
These photographs of a mountain range in Anlong County, located in southwest China's Guizhou Province, have captivated netizens. Recently shared footage on social media reveals several mountain peaks resembling Egyptian pyramids, sparking an online debate about their origins. Some speculate that these formations are man-made, potentially concealing the tombs of ancient emperors, while others Read More »
In the Popotla neighborhood of Mexico City, there is an ancient cypress tree called Árbol de la Noche Victoriosa (Tree of the Victorious Night). Previously, it was known as the Árbol de la Noche Triste (Tree of the Sad Night), in reference to a historical event during the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire, wherein Hernán Cortés and his army of Spanish conquistadors, along with their indigenous Read More »
At the German Armed Forces Museum of Military History in Dresden, there is a big fat iron submarine on display. Built in 1850, this pioneering vessel, named the Brandtaucher, holds the distinction of being the first German submarine ever constructed and the oldest surviving in the world. Despite sinking on its very public trial, the Brandtaucher offers a fascinating glimpse into the early innovat Read More »
In the village of Welbeck, in the Bassetlaw District of Nottinghamshire, England, sits a large country mansion within an expansive 17,000-acre property. For several generations, the Welbeck Abbey has been owned by the Cavendish-Bentinck family and until the 1990s, it was the residence of the Dukes of Portland. Welbeck Abbey's origins trace back to the 11th century, but it was under John Bent Read More »
Scattered throughout the old neighborhoods of Istanbul, particularly in an area known as Okmeydanı, are several stone steles erected in the 18th and 19th centuries during the Ottoman era. These stone memorials, known as nişan taşı or "aiming stones," were established to commemorate remarkable feats in archery and later, records in rifle shooting. During the Ottoman Empire, archery was Read More »
The question of whether intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe has intrigued humanity for centuries. As our technological capabilities advance, our quest to find an answer to this profound question intensifies. While we have not yet discovered definitive evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence, several scientific, philosophical, and technological considerations suggest that the possi Read More »
Off the coast of Cornwall, on the English Channel, about 14 km south of Rame Head, lies a group of rocks, half submerged and half exposed, known as the Eddystone Rocks. These seaswept and eroded formations have been a hazard for ships for centuries. Mariners entering the English Channel feared them so much that they often hugged the coast of France to avoid the danger. This avoidance led to shipw Read More »
After the end of the Chinese Civil War in 1949, which saw the establishment of the People's Republic of China and the banishment of the Nationalist government to the island of Taiwan (also called the Republic of China), there has been intense enmity between the two republics. In 1958, just three years after the First Taiwan Strait Crisis, the PRC once again made an attempt to seize control of Read More »
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