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The Korean War - Facts and Events
Today, what the world knows about North Korea is that the dictatorial regime in the world's most closed country fills people's heads with hatred for the United States. The Korean War - facts and events.
The Greatest Artists of All Time
Art appeared with the appearance of the first intelligent man, satisfying his aspirations to depict the world around him. The greatest artists of all time:
The Aztec Civilization
The history of the Aztecs is extremely interesting, not only because of the highly tragic elements in it, but also because of its achievements. Aztec Civilization - Creation, Rise and Fall:
Leonardo da Vinci - Life and Inventions
If we have to give an example of a universal genius, it is undoubtedly Leonardo da Vinci. We would not be wrong if we define him as the peak of the Italian Renaissance.
The History of the Ancient Underground City of Nushabad
The mysterious underground city of Nushabad, which translates as the city of delicious cold water, was built after the Sasanian king, passing through this area, stopped to drink water from a well
Who is Seneca?
Life is long if it is full. . . Let's measure it by actions, not time. Let's take a closer look at who and what kind of person Seneca was and then we'll introduce you to some of his other thoughts.
Stalin - the Heartless Dictator
Stalin is undoubtedly one of the most recognizable dictators in the world and one of the most heartless ones.
The Byzantine Empire - Rise and Fall
The Byzantine Empire was a huge and powerful civilization that played a major role in the political life of Europe and Asia throughout most of the Middle Ages.
Torquemada - the Grand Inquisitor
The first grand inquisitor of Spain, Thomas de Torquemada, was born in 1420 in the family of an official of the Dominican order. The History and Life of Thomas de Torquemada.
The Legend of Romulus and Remus - the Beginning of the Eternal City
According to legend, Rome was founded by the twins Romulus and Remus. Remus chose the Aventine Hill as the site for the new settlement and Romulus chose the Palatine Hill.