There are still treasures that can make your fortune. Here are 10, who have not been discovered. Myths or reality? We do not care. We keep the possible clues for us. Not stingy, strategists, nuance. Yeah, we are like that. 1. The Eldorado: mythical land of South America, no one really knows its geographical location.
The criteria of physical beauty vary from one generation and one culture to another. Unfortunately, Mary Ann Bevan had the misfortune to live in a time when those who were “different”, without any consideration, rejected by society. Born in 1874 in London, Mary Ann worked as a nurse and married at 29, with a florist
Approximately 1,800 participants in swimsuits, bikinis, and shorts were schussing on skis and snowboards, intending to shatter the Guinness world record. The Boogel Woogel-2018 Summerish Alpine Festival in Sochi, Russia is one of the most entertaining sporting events with a dozen unusual sports in the program, including an unusual way of sliding down a mountain.
Art evolving constantly, some details of ancient works now appear to us singular. This is the case, for example, of the size of the male genitals, almost systematically represented, in ancient Greek art, disproportionately small. Many statues, paintings and other works, often represent the man to his disadvantage, anatomically speaking. Because from ancient Greece to
On 21 August 1911, the painting was stolen from the Louvre. The theft was not discovered until the next day, when painter Louis Béroud walked into the museum and went to the Salon Carré where the Mona Lisa had been on display for five years, only to find four iron pegs on the wall. Béroud
In the 1960’s the phrase “Bra Burning” was well known. People say that very few women actually burned their bras, but many supported those actions. Women burned their bras because they felt that it proved a statement or made a stand for Women’s Rights. Another reason they burned their bras was because it was a
These TV screen magnifying lens had their heyday in the 1940s and 1950s during the early years of television. They were sold by companies to fit screens that ran from 3″ to 12″ in diameter. They allowed for various ways of attachment to your black and white TV set: from the top, sides and bottom,