Named the most mysterious places of the Crimea
Travelling to places associated with mystical legends, more and more attract tourists. Attractions with a mysterious history can boast of the Crimean Peninsula. Recently published a ranking of the most known places shrouded in mystery.
First on the list are three caves of Eni-Sala, located on the site of the Tatar village, burned by the Nazis for helping the partisans. The caves were discovered in the 1960-ies, and if the two of them to get problematic, the third is accessible without climbing equipment. Cave of Eni-Fat 2 was used by ancient brands for sacrifices. Particularly impressionable tourists claim to have seen ghosts in the area.
In second place was Bear mountain (Ayu-Dag), the card of Crimea. About the fact that the ascent is very dangerous – many people know, but not everyone knows that this is not the place to stay for the night. Continue reading
Empirical observation from everyday experience in the field of personal life, and eventually of social practice was the basis of hygienic knowledge already in ancient times. Based on the instinctive desire of people to preserve life and health, these observations gradually expanded. Depending on the climatic conditions in which people lived, from the habits and social organization of society, hygiene measures, covering a wider field of life improved, although there are no theoretical foundations for their improvement did not exist: the practice is considerably ahead of theory, as is often the case in other areas of human knowledge.
The simplest hygienic rules, some of which have survived until now, were known to many ancient peoples 3000-4000 years BC. In ancient Chinese medical books were discovered hygienic rules and tips regarding proper diet, mode of work, rest and sleep, and beneficial effects of natural factors on human health. Continue reading
The name “megalithic culture” that we often use, reflects our confusion rather than understanding: it literally is just “the culture of the big stones”. And given the fact that stone structures can be found in almost all parts of the world, and that their very presence and technique evokes deep respect for the builders and a lot of questions, allows scientists and researchers of megaliths to relax and not to reckon with the fact that we actually have. And certainly does not tally the construction of megaliths and the statues of Easter island, the Peruvian lines and shapes, Chinese, Egyptian pyramids and the pyramids of other countries and peoples with a man in skins and a stone axe, which, according to official science, lived in that distant era.
Transport of stone blocks was a challenge yet, perhaps more time-consuming than the construction itself. In terms of, for example, of the Caucasus, where he found more than 2000 dolmens (and this is not the limit!), at that time the scientists were hardly the road. Continue reading