Facts Of Interest

Interesting facts about Copernicus

The famous scientist Nicolaus Copernicus was the first in Europe to plan and scientifically justify the heliocentric system of the world, thanks to which he became famous for all the centuries to come.

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LEOPARDS - EVERYTHING ABOUT THE PROUD PREDATORS

Sleek as a gazelle, strong as a lion and clever as a fox - leopards are extremely versatile animals that, thanks to their adaptability, have survived in areas where other predatory cats have long been extinct

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FASCINATION ELEPHANTS: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE PACHYDERMS

If you are a fan of wonderful landscapes, unique animals and diverse flora, nature parks have a lot to offer. These national parks preserve special ecosystems while making them accessible to visitors

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Interesting facts about Jordan

Of all the Middle Eastern states, Jordan boasts the greatest number of interesting cultural and historical heritage along with Israel.

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Interesting facts about chickens

Among all other animals and birds raised on an industrial scale, chickens occupy a special place. They are bred both for eggs and meat, and in some countries they are an integral part of traditional cooking

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Interesting facts about Fidel Castro

The famous Fidel Castro became a symbol of the Cuban revolution, actually leading it, taking as an associate no less famous Che Guevara. However, later, Cuba still found itself in an economic blockade because of American sanctions

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Interesting facts about Egypt

So popular with tourists, Egypt has a very indirect relation to the ancient kingdoms that once existed on this earth. However, the interesting and rich cultural heritage of this country attracts no less foreigners than clean beaches and expensive hotels

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Interesting facts about cranberries

Tasty and healthy cranberry grow only in temperate climates, although some of its varieties successfully survive even in the tundra.

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LEONARDO DA VINCI’S INVENTIONS

Most people know Leonardo da Vinci primarily as the painter of the famous “Mona Lisa.” But did you know he was also a sculptor, architect, mechanic, scientist, philosopher and engineer?

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