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Interesting facts about Bach

One of the most gifted musicians in history, Johann Sebastian Bach also became famous as a composer whose works are still immensely popular around the world today.

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Newton’s Day

Newton’s Day is celebrated on January 4. It is the birthday of Sir Isaac Newton. It was on January 4, 1642 was born, an outstanding genius of science, the merits of which are simply priceless

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Interesting facts about Churchill

Winston Churchill, who was certainly an extraordinary and interesting personality, is often referred to as the greatest Briton in history

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Interesting facts about “blind” chess

Many experienced chess players with an excellent memory can play chess “blind”. During the game, they do not look at the board, remembering all the moves, both their own and the opponent

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Interesting facts about Tanzania

The United Republic of Tanzania is located in East Africa, and was formed on April 26, 1964 by the merger of the Republic of Tanganyika and the People’s Republic of Zanzibar and Pemba

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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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Simon the Cat - a Hero of the British Navy

In March 1948, George Hickinbottom, a junior sailor on the British patrol ship Amethyst, picked up a year-old cat in the Hong Kong shipyards

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Interesting facts about the Colossus of Rhodes

The Colossus of Rhodes was a giant statue that was erected on the island of Rhodes in the Aegean Sea

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Interesting facts about bees

It is thanks to bees, these small but so interesting creatures, that most plants are pollinated. Well, not all of them, of course, but if bees suddenly disappeared, almost all plant life on Earth would soon become extinct

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