Who were the Celts?
- ScienceAlert - David Nield • 15h
Once upon a time, the Aqueduct of Valens was one of the longest aqueduct lines in the ancient world. By the fifth century, Constantinople's citizens …
- By The Boutique Adventurer
Some countries are classics for a reason - they have an atmosphere or a feeling of excitement, a truly impressive number of awesome sights and these days normally some fantastic food. Here are 10 of the World's Greatest Countries - How Many Have You Visited?
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- Frommers - Zac Thompson • 4h
Proof of World War II's truly global scope can be found in the scattered remnants of the conflict left everywhere from Europe to Asia. More than 75 …
- smithsonianmag.com - Nora McGreevy • 15h
Though Catherine de’ Medici stands in the background of this monumental 1561 portrait, her pose reveals her true power. Then acting as regent of …
- By Worldatlas.com
Yugoslavia was the territory that up to 25 June 1991 included, the six republics that made up the Federation - Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia (including the regions of Kosovo and Vojvodina) and Slovenia. The breakup of Yugoslavia occurred as a result of a series of political upheavals and conflicts during the early 1990s.