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Oak Island mystery

The Curse of Oak Island - Discovery made!

Rumours leaked today about that the brothers Rick and Marty Lagina made one of the biggest discoveries in the 200-year old search for treasure on Oak Island. The Curse of Oak Island is a reality television series. The premiere date is 9th February 2014 on History.com. What have the brothers found?

2014-02-02 Read more


The age of Vikings started earlier than assumed - Discovery of Salme Ship Burials, Estonia

Archaeologists in Estonia have done a sensational discovery: a mass grave comprising two Viking ship burials. The history about the Viking has to be rewritten. The Salme ships are two pre-Viking era clinker-built ships that were discovered in 2008 near Salme village in Saaremaa, Estonia. Both ships were used for ship burial around AD 750 and contained the remains of more than 40 warriors killed in battle, as well as numerous weapons and other artifacts.

2014-01-21 Read more

Images of books from great explorers

The 100 Greatest Adventure Books of All Time

In May 2004 National Geographic`s Adventure Magazine published a list of the 100 greatest adventure books of all time. They are what the magazine call "Extreme Classics". These books are still inspiring for modern explorers.
2014-01-21 Read more

The road to the Amazon, Peru

2014-01-21 Read more

National Geographic 100 Greatest Mysteries Revealed Or Not?

In National Geographic`s 100 Greatest Mysteries Revealed Special Issue the magazine covers secrets of the supernatural, ancient civilizations and conundrums of science. Who made Stonehenge and how? What lies beneath the lost city of Petra? What brought an end to Mayan civilization? How did Utah's celebrated arches form? Are these mysteries from ancient time really complety revealed now? And what about other mysteries not mentioned in this magazine?

2014-01-21 Read more


Christmas atmosphere in Moss, Norway - 2013

A Christmas tree and decorated lights illuminate the historical site around the former Peterson factory in Moss the 17th December 2013. Also colourful Christmas light arrangements in residential neighborhoods in Moss. The inhabitants here take the Christmas celebration seriously as rest of the people in Norway. Some houses are outlined in Christmas lights.

2013-12-21 Read more


Traditional Christmas Celebration, Moss in Norway - 2013

The streets in the town of Moss come alive again: a lighted parade full of small and big Santas were singing carols. It was on the first Sunday of Advent (1st December 2013), the township in Moss gathered together for the Christmas Parade and lightened the Christmas Tree.

2013-12-21 Read more

Flying Lion: Buffalo Launches Predator Into The Air

2013-12-21 Read more

Gdansk harbour,Poland

Gdansk harbour in Poland - The rise of Lech Walesa and Solidarity

Think Gdansk and think home of Solidarity: the labor union that struck a shipyard and started a movement that eventually led to the fall of Communism in Poland and elsewhere in Eastern Europe.

2013-12-15 Read more


Gdansk, Poland - Christmas joy to the fullest 2013

The magic of Christmas was very much alive in Gdansk, especially in the old town. Streets, houses, bars, restaurants and shops windows were full of Christmas decorations. The most visible evidence of the Christmas celebration in Gdansk was the beautiful decorated and lightened Christmas tree on the Dluga Street.

2013-12-15 Read more

Lech Walesa coming movie,Gdansk,Poland

Lech Walesa - The movie "Walesa. Man of Hope"

It was at the Lenin shipyard in Gdansk where it all started! Lech Walesa`s strong leadership of Poland’s Solidarity movement punched the first cracks in the Soviet Union’s Iron Curtain almost ten years before the fall of the Berlin Wall (9th November 1989). The fall of the Soviet Union happened in in December of 1991 which disintegrated into fifteen separate countries.

2013-12-15 Read more

Walesa. Man of Hope - Movie trailer

2013-12-15 Read more

Lech Walesa - "The Man who Broke the Iron Curtain"

2013-12-15 Read more


Sunrise in Gdansk, Poland - Christmas Celebration has started!

Sunrise in Gdansk, Poland, admired through an open window from my hotel room in the 14th floor (Sunday 2nd Advent 8th December 2013). Even with cold strong winds in periods, it was a great christmas atmosphere here with snow covering the architectural wonders in the beautiful old town. Gdansk is also the city where the Second World War started (first battle) and where the Solidarity movement arose tearing down the Iron Curtain.

2013-12-10 Read more

Røysåsen hill, Moss, Norway

Moss Norway Travel Guide - For genuine adventurers!

Moss Norway Travel Guide is travel guide for genuine adventurers! Experience the region of Moss, located south east in Norway. Abundance of trails, but most exciting is venture out on the off beaten tracks.

2013-11-10 Read more

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