13 Mysterious Historical Monuments. People who lived thousands of years before us created some striking buildings.
These buildings were so extensive that scientists have been looking for centuries for answers to who, why, and most importantly, how they were built. There are all different kinds of theories, from practical to extraterrestrial. The Bright Side’s team also wanted to touch on these ancient secrets and make a list of places where ancient charm and a shade of a mystery surround them. Stonehenge, England According to legend, the stone complex was built by the magician Merlin. Baalbek, Lebanon A temple ensemble in this antique style is the pearl of the ruins of a once prosperous city. Newgrange, Ireland Despite the fact that road builders ran into the monument in the XVII century, people started to research this mysterious landmark only three centuries later. Dolmens of North Caucasus, Russia Here on the mountain slopes stands small houses built of flat stones. Tikal, Guatemala Petra, Jordan.
French Revolution. History vs…: a TED-Ed Lesson playlist. “History has remembered the kings and warriors, because they destroyed; art has remembered the people, because they created,” wrote William Morris.
To learn how 7 notorious leaders are remembered by history, watch the TED-Ed Lessons below: 1. History vs. Richard Nixon The president of the United States of America is often said to be one of the most powerful positions in the world. 2. Vladimir Lenin overthrew Russian Czar Nicholas II and founded the Soviet Union, forever changing the course of Russian politics. 3. He was one of the most fearsome warlords who ever lived, waging an unstoppable conquest across the Eurasian continent.
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World Digital Library Home. A History of the World - Home. They were children - Google Cultural Institute. In July 1942, nearly 14,000 Parisians were arrested by French police and, for the most part, assembled at the Vélodrome d’Hiver, simply because they were Jewish.
Among them were many children. More than half of the 11,400 Jewish children deported from France between 1942 and 1944 were Parisians. Now, in 2012, on the 70th anniversary of the 'rafle du Vél d’Hiv' [Vel' d'Hiv Round-up], our town wants to honor their memory. We also want to remember the thousands of “hidden” children who survived the Shoah thanks to the actions of rescue networks and the solidarity of Parisians who embodied the honor of our capital city. Thus, this exhibition is the crowning achievement of the commemoration work led by the city for many years. Bertrand Delanoë. Mapping History. CinemaHistory. [OZTL_NET] FW: [LM_NET] TAR: recommended videos for early civilizations - vickibunce - Gmail. Topics - History.com Articles, Video, Pictures and Facts. You're almost done!
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You will also find timelines documenting the major historical events or if you like maps then you can track back the history on maps. All these resources are free to use and do not require any download or software installation.Just browse through the selection below and click on any title to access the webpage. Make sure you share them with your students and colleagues as well. 1- Look Back Maps This is a website that allows users to view historical pictures of various locations on Google Maps, search for specific locations and even add images.