New geoglyphs have been found in Nazca. The never-before-seen designs came to the fore after powerful winds and an intense storm raged across Peru.
The first city, known as Tamchen, contains plazas, palace-like structures and a 49 ft (15 m) pyramid. The second city is called Lagunita. American researcher Eric Von Euw was the first to document this site 40 years ago.
Hundreds of bones of a human ancestor unknown to science until now have been uncovered in South Africa. The find was discovered in a hard-to-access cave and ushers in new questions regarding the theory of human evolution.
Do mermaids, unicorns, dragons, fairies and elves really exist? Many argue that this contraption is nonsense, but some myths stories have rebutted the existence of those mythical creatures.
Pyramid of the Sun is located in the ancient city of Teotihuacan, Mexico. It is the third largest pyramid in the world and is thus the largest in aztec pyramid in Teotihuacan.
Do mermaids, unicorns, dragons, fairies and elves really exist? Many claim that these are products of the imagination, but some stories refute the existence of mythical mermaids.
Large bets were made by the men, who gambled for hunting weapons or caught prey. According to the discoverers, the inhabitants of the region lived relatively lavishly and peacefully if they had time to spend playing games.
Ancient egyptian hieroglyphs are an exclusive part of of Ancient Egypt. Scientists have tried to interpret them, but progress is felt only after finding the Rosetta stone in 1799.
Group of Bedouin goat herders were searching the coast of the Dead Sea, searching for a goat, when they found the popular dead see scrolls in the Qumran Cave. Early Judaism and Christianity.
Homo heidelbergensis is an extinct species of the genus Homo and became known thanks to fossils from 600, 000 years ago, found in Europe.
A local farmer said that he found piles of rocks deep in the bowels of a cave near a small desert town Ica, located on the Pacific coast of Peru near the plateau Nazca.
According to one legend, in this area in the past there lived a poor and ugly girl. No one wanted to marry her and out of despair she decided to kill herself by jumping off one of the mineral pool terraces.