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  • Malbork Castle Is The Largest In The World

    Malbork Castle Is The Largest In The World Malbork Castle located in the town of Malbork in northern Poland is the largest castle in the world in terms of surface area. It was one of the many such castles built by the Teutonic Knights and follows the design of an Ordensburg fortress. This type of Ordensburg fortress […]

  • Ford Mustang – The Car That Defined All Other Muscle Cars

    Ford Mustang – The Car That Defined All Other Muscle Cars The Ford Mustang is without a doubt the car that has changed the course of American car history. The whole story began on April 17, 1964, when the Mustang was released. With its long hood and short rear deck, the car became the most successful […]

  • Catherine the Great's NSFW Sexual Furniture

    Catherine the Great’s NSFW Sexual Furniture

    Catherine the Great’s NSFW Sexual Furniture The sexual furniture found in Catherine the Great’s chambers are definitely in tone with all the legends surrounding her entire reign over the Russian Empire. Catherine II of Russia (Russian: Екатерина Алексеевна Yekaterina Alekseyevna), known as Catherine the Great (Russian: Екатерина II Великая, Yekaterina Velikaya) was born on May 2 […]

  • 9 Iconic Photos Of The Most Badass Women In History

    9 Iconic Photos Of The Most Badass Women In History

    9 Iconic Photos Of The Most Badass Women In History These 9 iconic photos of the most badass women in history offer us a real insight of what it actually means to stand against the tide and fight for what you believe in, or be a pioneer in a domain no one else has ever […]

  • Slang Words and Phrases Used by American Soldiers During WWII

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    Slang Words and Phrases Used by American Soldiers During WWII

    Here’s a List of Slang Words and Phrases Used by American Soldiers During WWII It might come as a surprise to some, but, as it turns out, experts were actually looking into the slang words and phrases used by American soldiers as early as 1941. All of them were discussed and then documented in the journals […]

  • Saudi Arabia Held Its First Ever Women's Day Event!

    Saudi Arabia Held Its First Ever Women’s Day Event!

    Saudi Arabia Held Its First Ever Women’s Day Event! Saudi Arabia just held its first ever Women’s Day event and this historic moment is making headlines all around the world! How could it not? It’s the first ever event dedicated to women where Saudi authorities have not interfered with statements, or violence. Women from all over […]

  • 10 Reasons Why Africa Is So Poor

    10 Reasons Why Africa Is So Poor Africa, particularly its tropical regions, is frequently given as an example of economic failure. And this isn’t without cause, however, since 35 out of the continent’s 54 countries have a GDP per capita lower than $2,000. This is at a time when the average GDP in the world […]

  • There’s a Hidden Room Inside Mount Rushmore

    There’s a Hidden Room Inside Mount Rushmore We don’t know haw many of you saw the 1994 Richie Rich movie starring Macaulay Culkin. Well, it was a long time ago. Nevertheless, there was a scene in the movie where the Rich family had an entire mountain carved to their likeness; just like Mount Rushmore in real […]