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MythologyThe Myth of the Punishment of Tantalus
Ancient CivilizationsThe Lost Civilization of Rama
AtlantisSmall Rocky Island in the Atlantic - the Last Trace of Renowned Atlantis
The Big Grey Man of Ben Macdui - Between Myths and Nightmares
The Big Grey Man of Ben Macdui, or simply the Grey Man, is a creature that is said to live in Ben Macdui, the 2nd highest mountain in Scotland.
04 Dec.Petyo Liubomirov
How the Great Caravaggio Died
The unsurpassed master of the brush, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio died in 1610 in Tuscany, 4 years after killing a man in a street brawl in Rome. Since then, the circumstances surrounding his death have been shrouded in mystery.
21 Sept.Antonia R.
Mysterious Temple Revealed in a Mexican Pyramid after Earthquake
The earthquake that hit Mexico in 2017 has led researchers to a curious new find.
13 JulyKristina Chernikova
How the Beautiful Helen of Troy May Have Looked Like
So many legends have arisen about the daughter of Zeus's beauty that countless artists have over the centuries attempted to capture her likeness onto canvas and in sculpture alike.
03 JulyKristina Chernikova
This Mythical City was Once Inhabited by the Most Astounding Creatures
Mongolian legends tell of how the Gobi desert was a vast sea centuries ago, with the very progeny of the gods inhabiting its shores. The mythical city was a gathering point for wise men, brave warriors and skilled artisans, it was called Hara Hoto.
22 JuneAntonia R.
Was Egon Schiele Abusive? The Debate Continues
Egon Schiele's erotic drawings are disturbing to many, while his nude works have been controversial in his time and continue to be in ours.
19 JuneAntonia R.
The Great Muses of the Genius Pablo Picasso
Picasso's contemporaries used to say that he changed women as often as he changed his style of painting. He was a real magnet for the opposite sex, while his great muses he immortalized in his works.
15 JuneAntonia R.
The Crime of Passion That Shook Hollywood
Alongside the production of the first films however, the era of early Hollywood is also associated with a dreadful murder, which still remains shrouded in mystery.
01 JuneAntonia R.
This is What Archaeologists Discovered in Central Ljubljana
Until recently, researchers posited that a road once wound through the region, reaching the Roman settlement of Emona. Subsequently, however, it turned out that the zone was quite more intriguing.
01 JuneKristina Chernikova