Wroclaw Old Jewish Cemetery: Exploring Poland

On my last day in Wroclaw (Wrocław), I visited the old Jewish cemetery, which is one of the most interesting historic sites in Poland.

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Exploring an Iron Age Cemetery in Rural Sweden

As I was hiking in the rural farmlands of Sweden’s 4th largest city, Uppsala, I ran into an old Iron Age cemetery just near the dense woods.

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19th-century Lithographs of Hagia Sophia

Lithographs of Hagia Sophia, created by Belgian artist Louis Haghe, after the two year restoration work between 1847-1849.

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Herostratus: A Madman Who Burned the Temple of Artemis For Fame

In the year of 356 BC, the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, was burned down by a madman named Herostratus.

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In 1913 Two Frenchwomen Took The Earliest Color Photos Of Ireland

The earliest color photos of Ireland were captured in 1913 by two Frenchwomen, Madeleine Mignon and Marguerite Mespoulet. Read more!

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