It was on 8 June 1708 that the Spanish galleon San José burst into flames. The ship and its sailors had been
The city of Chichen Itza was once a major city and is located deep in the jungles of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico.
The Bronze Age site lies 85 miles away from Germany’s capital in the village of Pömmelte, and since its restoration in 2016
The Roman settlement was obliterated by one of the deadliest volcanic eruptions in history when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79AD. The natural
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Named after the Arabic word for rectangle, mustatils were first discovered in northwest Saudi Arabia in the Seventies but received little attention
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