Not everyone knows that the Czech Republic is a mysterious, and sometimes strange places, about which they say in the tourist brochures. For example, in one of the cities of the Czech Republic have a terrible intersection that is similar to the “Bermuda triangle” because there were repeatedly missing people, trucks and animals.
Most guides featuring local attractions, will not tell you that, for example, in the Central hall of the Museum the locals every evening to see the Ghost of an old monk. Interesting and mysterious place is Trosky. This fortress is located in a nature reserve called “Czech Paradise”. According to historical sources, first data on this structure appeared in 1396. However, scientists are confident that it was built much earlier. Continue reading
Speaking of “painted rocks” on Tom, we usually remember the Tomsk pisanyza. But it is only the first of eight located on this site. For forty-seven kilometers down stream of the Tom river here there’s a cave with petroglyphs arrays: Novoromanovskaya I and II, Cool I and II, the Hanging Stone, Nicholas, and closes ensemble Totalsa Pisanitsa. Doctor of historical Sciences Igor Kovtun says: “This last is a rocky massif on the Bank of the river Tom is also the last North-Western the location of rock paintings in Central and northwestern Asia. Further, to the Urals, nothing like that no more…”
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CHRONOLOGY OF WOODEN BUILDINGS AND THINGS FOUND IN SEVERODVINSK POOL
In the Komi branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences developed a method of finding peatlands, containing artefacts and structures from plant materials [1 ; 2 ] . The essence of wow boils down to a massive archaeological study of peatlands, river oxbow lakes, which are often included in areas of widespread settlements on outcrops and headlands terraces. These Moors are now often buried under alluvium deposits, come from a small mire, and the latter river from the oxbows. Items made from plant materials, is inevitably involved in such swamps, or ponds, are preserved by the preservative properties of peat and sapropel. Finding oxbow peat bogs facilitated by the fact that they correspond to the arcuate concave edge of the floodplain terraces developed at the time the river bends. Continue reading