Archeology is a profession in which individuals study the old remains of certain artifacts. These artifacts are discovered after a lot of research and studying. An archeologist can literally predict an upcoming fossil in the path and often dates back the origination of anything associated to the discovery being made.
Bizarre Discoveries – Outstanding Controversies
Archeological discoveries worldwide attract a lot of attention. Many individuals love learning or hearing about these discoveries. However some archeological findings are very rare and hard to believe. Have a look at the most controversial and bizarre archeological findings of all times. These artifacts have been found from all over the globe by different people and grasped a lot of attention.
1. Map of the Creator – Origination
In 1999, this artifact found was approximately 5 feet high, 3.5 feet wide, .5 feet thick, and weighs at least a ton. The stone was investigated and determined to be some sort of three-dimensional relief map of the Ural Region.
2. Piri Reis Map – The Ultimate Map
Many ancient artifacts were found during the building’s reorganization and the Piri Reis map was discovered. The map drew immediate attention as it was one of the earliest maps of America, and the only 16th century map that shows South America in its proper longitudinal position with Africa. The map is drawn on gazelle skin!
3. Horned Human Skull – The Devil’s Child
In Pennsylvania, mysterious bones structures were found which appeared to be of men, but had horns above the eyebrows, scientist discovered they were from somewhere between 1200 A.D
4. Aluminum Wedge of Aiud – The Metal Hammer
The Aluminum Wedge of Aiud is a wedge-shaped object The alloy of the wedge is composed of 12 different elements.
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Beauty is priceless. No one can buy beauty, but hope to be blessed by it by God. World is nothing but a collection of beautiful things. There are infinite numbers of beautiful things that exist on this planet. It gives me great pleasure and honors to present before you some of the most priceless beauties of the world.
Vancouver is an island situated in Canada. Vancouver has achieved the title of the world’s most beautiful city. Vancouver is situated on the Pacific Ocean. Vancouver is one of the world’s largest island ranking at number 43.In Canada, Vancouver is the 11th largest island and the second most populated island. Beauty of the island is that it is floating separately in the Pacific Ocean. Juan de fuca strait separates it from United States and Georgia and queen charlotte strait separates it from British Columbia.
2. Ronaldhino’s house
Ronaldhino is football player. He plays for the team Brazil. Apart from his cool football tricks and creative acts, this player has an exquisite taste for beauty. This football player holds the world most beautiful house title for his house. The title given to this house does it full justice. Interior floor of his house is made up of wooden tiles. His house is located on the sea shore. This house does not look like a house rather it looks like Ronaldhino’s own personal Hawaii.
3. White Arabian horse
Arab horses are renowned in the world for their beauty. This Arabian white horse has gained the title of the world’s most beautiful horse. The title is rightly given to this horse as it indeed deserves this. The horse is purely white.
4. Baby Fatima
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Have you ever seen any bridge on mountain, especially a rocky mountain where you can’t even imagine that there could be any bridge on any such place. Here I am showing you the bridge on the mountain Aiguille du midi.
Looking at the picture below, one cannot even imagine that a bridge can be built at such a place with such high and sharp mountains, but nothing is impossible.
Unable to locate the bridge? Take a look at the next picture.
All covered in snow, it must have been a nightmare to build this bridge.
And walking on this bridge will not be as easy too as the height at which it is built can give you creeps. But howsoever, it is one of the most amazing bridges of the world and the idea of its creation is extremely imaginative.
There are a variety of reasons due to which a bridge can be considered to be dangerous; these may be that it’s very old, narrow, too high up above the land, over a quick river or if the wooden “floor” goes missing.
The thing that makes them dangerous is the fact that in spite of the condition of the bridge, they must have to be used; as many a time, probably these pathways are the main or even the only way for the local people of a small village to have an access to the bigger city. Among all the bridges, the the hanging bridges are the most popular bridges among tourists. Let us take a look at some of them.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a bridge that is suspended by ropes. It is located near Ballintoy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Through this bridge the mainland is linked to the tiny Carrick Island. The National trust own as well as maintain this site, this bridge spans twenty metres and it is thirty metres above the rocks below. Nowadays the bridge is mainly a tourist attraction. In 2007 227,000 visitors visit this site. Now, in late October or early November this bridge is taken down every year, it depends on weather conditions, and it again put up in March.
Inca Rope Bridge
Inca rope bridges were simple suspension bridges that were put over canyons and gorges in order to provide access for the Inca Empire. This type of bridges was suitable for use since the Inca people did not use wheeled transport. On this bridge traffic was limited to pedestrians and livestock. These bridges were extremely important part on the Inca road system and they create excellent example of Inca innovation in the field of engineering. Frequently used by Chasqui runners who used to deliver messages throughout the Inca Empire.
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Bridges are build to provide the short and quick way between two points. A lot of achievements in the field of architecture are achieved through bridges.They are also considered as piece of history that is stored for years.12 of most beautiful bridges of Europe are discussed below:
1- Millau Viaduct (Le Viaduc de Millau), France
This bridge is located in South France. It extends the valley of River Tarn. Although it is a cable stayed bridge but it is the tallest vehicular bridge in the world.It is only 38m shorter in length than the Empire state building.During its construction it broke down three other records as well.Highest pylons in the world, Highest mast (87m/285ft) of the world and the Highest road bridge deck in the world. This bridge opened for traffic in 2004.
2- Rialto Bridge (Ponte di Rialto), Venice, Italy
There are total 4 bridges on the Grand Canal of Venice and Rialto Bridge is oldest of them. The first bridge on the canal is Pontoon bridge but Rialto has more traffic on it. It was replaced with a wooden bridge in 1255. But it was burnt in the uprising of 1310. After that it was rebuilt. But that new bridge was soon collapsed by the overloading of crowd that gathered there to watch the boat parade.
After this the authorities again started planning of rebuilding the Rialto bridge in 1551.But this time there plan was to build the bridge with stones. So the bridge that is now called Rialto Bridge was completed in 1591. It seems quite similar to the one it replaced. it is the most photographed bridges of Venice. On either sides of the central walkway of the bridge there are inclined rows of shops.
3-Charles Bridge, Prague, Czech Republic
This bridge is the connection of Old Town and Mala Strana. It was originally called as Stone Bridge but later it became famous as Charles Bridge on the name of emperor Charles IV who placed its orders. Its construction began in 1357. But it was not the only bridge of that area. Judith bridge was the first bridge in that land but it collapsed in 1342. One both ends of Charles bridge there stands the tower.