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Sark Prison-The World’s Smallest Prison.

TRAVEL

Situated on Sark Island in Guernsey, a very petit island between England and France, Sark Prison is the world’s smallest prison. This unusual prison was made of stone, and nowadays it represents a very popular tourist attraction. One of the interesting facts is that this ‘’jail’’ is still in use. The local authorities use it to hold and sober up one, maximum two seasonal workers.

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Lost Civilizations-The Sunken City of Cuba

Archaeology

Mystery is hidden, attractive and deep. We always try to resolve it. We dig, we research and we try to reveal the truth.  But somehow, at the end of the day, mystery becomes a top secret. And the truth is out there. The history is the witness that one whole civilization could disappear ‘’in one fearful day and night ‘’, well said by Plato. That’s the case with The Sunken City of Cuba.

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Diaporos Boat Tour, Halkidiki, Greece

Greece Halkidiki

Diaporos is one of the most stunning and authentic island of nine islands that belong to Sithonia peninsula of Chalkidiki. Situated in the bay of Vourvourou village in northern Greece, it represents a pure pleasure for eyes and soul. Located on a private bay, Diaporos island is literally unforbidden paradise for every single yachtsman lover and owner in Halkidiki.

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The World’s Biggest Modern and Ancient Gold Coins

world's most expensive

Heads or tails? It’s a practice throwing a coin in the air to choose between two alternatives or to resolve a dispute between two parties. But, it isn’t so easy doing coin flipping with a coin weighing one metric ton, especially when that coin is made of pure gold. Ain’t about Cha – Ching Cha – Ching, it’s about Ba – Bling Ba – Bling, because the price tag for this gold monster is $ 43,4 million.

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The Oldest Pieces of Clothing and Accessories Ever Found

Archaeology

Ηow old is the oldest remnant fabric found on our planet? Who invented the sunglasses (no, sunglasses weren’t invented by Italians)? Where people wearing underwear in the old times?

It is not known when humans first began making clothing due to the fast deterioration of fabrics and materials, but genetic analysis estimates that humans began wearing clothing 170 millennia ago!

According to archaeological finds possible sewing needles have been dated to around 40,000 years ago and the earliest dyed fibres date back to 36,000 BC.

Here is a list of the oldest surviving clothes and accessories.

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40 Most Pinned Easter Egg Decorating Ideas on Pinterest

Easter

Easter egg decorating ideas have risen to a whole new level with Pinterest Easter ideas.  Check out the most popular dyeing and decorating ideas on pinterest, including clever ideas for coloring Easter eggs and easy embellishments made with crafts supplies.

It is always fun to decorate eggs at Easter time!

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