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Interesting facts about Crete

The beautiful island of Crete is probably the most beautiful and pleasant part of Greece! No one can remain indifferent to Crete, and no wonder that there are few places that are as beautiful in every way

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Interesting facts about wine cork

An unusual ceremony took place in 2002 in New York City at Grand Central Station

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Interesting facts about geometry

The science of geometry, invented thousands of years ago, has continued to evolve and change since then, but its basics remain the same. It has become firmly embedded in human civilization, being the basis for a wide variety of fields

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Simple tricks to train your memory

Youthfulness is not just about appearances as firm skin. Our internal organs also wear out. When the brain fails, serious problems begin. However, they can be avoided if you take care of yourself in time.

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Why is Honey Buzzard not afraid of wasps and bees?

It horrifies us to see how a Honey Buzzard, all surrounded by insects, destroys nests. But the fears for the bird are in vain: it is perfectly adapted to the fact that the various stinging insects do not cause inconvenience.

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The golden blood type, the owner of which is very difficult to find

Until recently, medicine knew only 8 types of blood, each of which has its own subtypes. However, later it turned out that there was another blood type, and it was subsequently dubbed the golden blood group

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Interesting facts about Pythagoras

If we list the greatest scientists in the entire history of humanity, among the first will undoubtedly be named Pythagoras of Samos.

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Why is Antarctica the coldest continent?

The coldest areas on Earth are the poles. The Earth’s poles are cold because the sun’s rays do not strike the Earth obliquely.

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Why aren’t the letters on the keyboard in alphabetical order?

The arrangement of letters on a computer keyboard is a legacy of typewriters that appeared in the 19th century.

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