Divers are seeking for ruins under the water as part of the excavations at Akçakale Castle, which is perched on a cliff overlooking the sea in Trabzon’s Akçaabat district.
Month: May 2022
Dylan Herbert discovered a stone with a phallus drawing and an insult on it, which is intended to delight tourists for many years.
Archaeologists have revealed their on the ruins of a 1,500-year-old Mayan village during construction of an industrial park on Mexico’s Yucatán peninsula, complete with palaces, pyramids, and plazas.
Restoration work on historical and cultural structures in Shusha, Azerbaijan’s cultural center, continues.
Scientists have finally uncovered the identify of a six-foot bird that lay eggs eaten by Australia’s first people, ending the 50,000-year-old Great Egg Controversy.
In the first five months of this year, more than 50 thousand tourists visited Bodrum Castle, which was rebuilt thanks to restoration work carried out by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in Bodrum.
A powerful politician, military commander and a dictator… Julius Caesar, who made his name in history, made Rome one of the most powerful empires in the world. Besides, he is regarded as a good orator and a strong writer.
According to researchers, a 390 million-year-old fish discovered in a Caithness graveyard is one of the early relatives of four-limbed mammals, including humans.
Berlin museums hold a unique position among both European and German museums. Berlin, the most developed artistically and culturally among European capitals, and entwined with all areas of art, attracts a large number of visitors throughout the year.
The weather on the planet is always changing. The temperature of the globe has fluctuated throughout the last two million years. Between the chilly Ice Age epochs, a sequence of warm times occurred. Around 18,000 BC, the last of the Ice Ages reached its apex.